These are the stadiums of the future, the next generation temples of football. From the small and obscure to massive modern arenas. Some are loved by fans, others dreaded. Some projects are making smooth progress and are already buzzing building sites, others have been bogged down in bureaucracy before even one spade was put in the ground. In all cases though, they bring excitement of what the future may hold.

AberdeenScotlandAberdeen FCAberdeen Arena21,000
AthensGreeceAEK FCAgia Sofia Stadium33,000
AtlantaUSAAtlanta United FCMercedes-Benz-Stadium32,456
BristolEnglandBristol Rovers FCUWE Stadium20,000
BrugesBelgiumClub BruggeStadion Brugge40,000
GibraltarGibraltar--Europa Point Stadium8,066
KaliningradRussiaFC BaltikaKaliningrad Stadium35,212
LondonEnglandBrentford FCBrentford Community Stadium20,000
LondonEnglandTottenham Hotspur FCNew Tottenham Hotspur Stadium61,000
LutonEnglandLuton Town FCNew Luton Town Stadium17,500
MadridSpainAtletico de MadridWanda Metropolitano70,000
MoscowRussiaFC DynamoVTB Arena33,000
NajafIraqNajaf FCHoly Al Najaf Stadium30,000
Nizhny NovgorodRussiaFC VolgaNizhny Novgorod Stadium44,899
PalermoItalyPalermo CalcioStadio di Palermo35,000
RomeItalyAS RomaStadio della Roma52,500
Saint PetersburgRussiaFC ZenitNew Zenit Stadium68,000
SamaraRussiaKrylia SovetovCosmos Arena44,198
SaranskRussiaFC Mordovia SaranskMordovia Arena45,000
St. PaulUSAMinnesota United FCMinnesota United Stadium19,916
ValenciaSpainValencia CFNuevo Mestalla65,000
VolgogradRussiaFC Rotor VolgogradVolgograd Arena45,000
Washington D.C.RussiaDC UnitedNew DC United Stadium20,000