The largest stadium in the world



Contents

  • 1 Sports fields
    • 1.1 Sports
    • 1.2 The origins of stadiums
  • 2 largest stadiums in the world
    • 2.1 Rongrado Mayday Stadium
    • 2.2 Melbourne Stadium
    • 2.3 Camp Nou Stadium
    • 2.4 Azteca Stadium
    • 2.5 Azdai Stadium
    • 2.6 Score City Stadium
  • 3 types of sports fields
  • 4 stadium building standards
  • 5 References

Sports stadiums

Sports

Sports is one of the most widespread and popular activities of all kinds. Sport has been a subject of great concern to peoples throughout different eras of history, and its importance extends in the military, educational and biological aspects. It is an entertaining and enthusiastic way for people to practice and watch them in large numbers. [1]

The origins of stadiums

The origin of the word stadium came from the city of Olympia in ancient Greece, as the Greeks in the sixth century BC practiced many sports games, and they performed festivals and religious festivals in the squares. They also used wide arenas to conduct races, and the required distance was usually 192 square meters. This number constitutes a fixed unit called a stadium, and they called the wide sports venues the name of a stadium. The Greek stadiums were very large, accommodating a large number of spectators, and some of them still exist today, such as the Colosseum, which was built in the year 70 AD to practice various sports in it. [2] [3]


The world's largest stadiums

There are many stadiums that have a great capacity to accommodate an enthusiastic and large audience, and here comes a mention of the most prominent of these stadiums.

Rongrado Mayday Stadium

The Rongrado Mayday Stadium is the largest stadium in the world, with a capacity of 150,000 spectators. The stadium is located in the center of Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea . It was built in 1989 on the occasion of the thirteenth international festival for young people and students, and then took place for the annual national celebrations. Currently, sports such as football , gymnastics, exhibition games and national festivals are held. The stadium is designed in the form of a magnolia flower or in the form of a canopy, as the design contains 16 arcs arrayed in the form of a ring. [4] [5]

Melbourne Stadium

It is a ground sport ground tennis or cricket, and is the largest cricket stadium in the world, and the largest stadium in Australia, with a capacity of 100,000 spectators. Melbourne Stadium was built in Australia in 1853 AD, and the first cricket game was held in 1854 AD. [5]

Camp Nou Stadium

Camp Nou can accommodate an audience of 99,354 spectators. It is located in Spain, east of Barcelona . The stadium was opened in 1957 with a match between FC Barcelona and the Polish city of Warsaw. The stadium was first known for its founding in the FC Barcelona stadium , then it became called Camp Nou, the new stadium. The area of ​​the stadium is 55 thousand square meters, and it has 105 exits. Barcelona has announced that the total stadium capacity will reach 105,000 by 2021. [6] [7]

Azteca Stadium

Azteca Stadium has 95 thousand and 500 seats, it is located in the city of Santa Ursula in the Mexican capital Mexico City. It is considered the only stadium that hosted the World Cup match twice, in 1970 and 1986. The stadium is now used for the matches of Mexican and American teams. [6] [8]

Azday Stadium

Azday Stadium, located in Tehran , the capital of Iran, can seat 100,000 viewers. But the audience was later reduced to 95,225 viewers. The stadium was opened in 1973, and its name was Amir, in honor of the Shah of Iran. Then, after the revolution, it was changed to Azadi Stadium. This stadium is the first stadium in the Middle East to host the Asian Games, and it is one of the largest stadiums in North and Central Asia. [6] [9]

Score City Stadium

The stadium, with a capacity of 94,700 spectators, is located in Johannesburg, South Africa. It was held in 1980 AD at the place where Nelson Mandela delivered his speech after he was released from prison in 1990. It is the first soccer stadium in Africa devoted to football, and the stadium hosted the World Cup match in 2010. [10]

Kinds of sports fields

Sports stadiums are spread in every country, and vary in their shape, purpose and design to match the type of sport in which they will be practiced. They can be classified according to several criteria as follows: [11]
  • Job: The stadiums differ in the purpose for which it was established, including therapeutic playgrounds, such as swimming and steam baths, including what is for professional training or training of children. Some stadiums have competitive events, or they may be a recreational venue for sports hobbies.
  • Geometric shape: The shape of the stadium varies depending on the game you play in. Rectangular stadiums are designed for football , basketball and handball . As for the squares, gymnastics , wrestling, and boxing are practiced. The circular pitch is reserved for discus and discus games, and ground-level stadiums are for athletics. Some of them are closed or open.
  • Type of sports: sports are varied, and they are not played in one place because of their different requirements. Among sports, what is general can include a large audience, such as football and hand, so you need public stadiums, including what needs special stadiums such as archery and horse riding.
  • Floor type: there are green, red, black or silver, rubber, or tile pitches.

Stadium construction standards

For the stadium to be suitable for activities, a set of criteria must be observed, including
  • Capacity: it must be the stadium capacity of deliberate and consistent with the goal of the building and the level of hosted games in which, according to the Federation of FIFA football , the 30 thousand seats at least is the number suitable for most games and international games, but preferably capacity of 40 thousand.
  • The dimensions of the playing field: The dimensions of the arena designated for players must not be less than 105 meters * 68 meters. And that there be an area next to the playing field in order to prepare the players, provided that its dimensions are 125 meters * 85 meters.
  • Audience services: The stadium must have at least 20 toilets to avoid crowding.
  • VIP seats: A set of seats reserved for VIPs, not less than 300 seats.
  • Journalism and Information: A zone of at least 100 square meters should be provided for the press, and a place for television media with a number of at least 3 and an area of ​​25 square meters for each should be provided.

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