Football and soccer stadiums/fields.|
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|This is Aurora Stadium. It was the missing Australian Stadium that users have been looking for.||07/20/2006||239|
|Home of the Flagstaff Hill Cricket & Football Clubs|
|Home of the Tampa Bay Devils Rays (MLB).||07/17/2006||316|
|These are the placements of the 4 stadiums that FC Porto owned or used since its foundation in 1893. The same man that created the Royal Velo Club of Oporto (check "ancient velodrome" on this site), Antonio Nicolau de Almeida, was also the founder of FC Porto. Stadium 1 was replaced by a factory, Stadium 2 is still in use for training purposes, Stadium 3 ("das Antas") was de...||07/17/2006||360|
|Olimpico Gremio Football Stadium / Estádio Olímpico, do Grêmio Futebol Porto Alegrense, in Porto Alegre, PA - Brasil.||07/15/2006||386|
|Mangueirão Football Stadium / Estátio de Futebol do Mangueirão, in Belém do Pará, Brasil.||07/15/2006||374|
|On these fields the lawn for the FIFA football world cup 2006 was grown.||07/12/2006||293|
|Fonte Nova Stadium / Estádio da Fonte Nova, em Salvador, BA - Brasil.||06/29/2006||355|
|This are almost all soccer stadiums in Colombia. The teams of first and second division of soccer have their home in this stadiums. Enjoy||06/27/2006||676|
|140 different soccer stadiums from all over the world, incluiding Europe, Asia, Africa and South America.|
All the stadiums have the description of their respective clubs.
|The stadium was built in 1999 on former railway land and has a capacity of 34,500.||06/26/2006||453|
|This is the main soccer stadium in Medellin, Colombia, home of two of the most important colombian soccer teams: Atletico Nacional, winner of 8 local championships, first colombian winner of the Copa Libertadores de America in 1989 and the most popular team in Colombia, and Deportivo Independiente Medellin, winner of 4 local cups. 52.000 souls can seat on it||06/26/2006||404|
|Iran Biggest soccer stadium in Tehran . |
Capacity: near 100,000
|Hrazdan Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Yerevan, Armenia. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 69,000. It was built in 1972.||06/25/2006||645|
|The main soccer stadium in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan. Apparently, (from multiple sources), soccer is not very big in Turkmenistan, and although the stadium can hold at least 40,000 people, it is not very often used.||06/24/2006||503|
|The soccer stadium of the city of Shkoder in Albania. You can see the name of the soccer team "VLLAZNIA" on the scales of the stadium. The name of the team means "Brotherhood"||06/23/2006||699|
|First Off, what' with the blue tint. Otherwise:|
The Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi, India was built by the Central Public Works Department (CPWD) of the Government of India in 1982. The massive facility is an all-purpose sports arena hosting football (soccer) and other sporting events, as well as large-scale entertainment events, such as concerts by India’s leading musical acts ...
|In this stadium, on 15th May, 1910, the Football/Soccer Italian National Team played its first game with the blue color... what it is now the official "maglia azzurra".|
Italy won that game 6-2 against France!
Now it is used for American Football Games, Concerts and important events in Milan.
|An image of the Willie Davids Stadium in the Brazilian city Maringa.||06/20/2006||225|
|Estádio do Arruda / Arruda Stadium, in Recife, PE - Brasil. Home for Santa Cruz Futebol Clube.||06/19/2006||356|
|National stadium of Romania! (former "23 August" actualy "Lia Manoliu")||06/18/2006||508|
|Takhti soccer stadium is repair by some machins.this stadium is in Ahvas,Iran.||06/15/2006||369|
|(June 9 2006) Today is the first day of FIFA ChampionShip....??|
I found this stadium in grosny.
|Situated in Sevilla, Spain the multi-use stadium was completed in 1999 and seats about 72,000 people. |
Also known as Estadio Olímpico, it was the venue for the 7th World Championships in Athletics in 1999 (where Michael Johnson (USA) set the World Record for the 400m in a time of 43.18s).
It also staged the 2003 UEFA Cup final.
Celtic FC lost 3-2 to ...
|This is the place where the Stadium of AEK FC (the yellow-black temple) used to be.|
We hope that the new one will be ready soon.