Top 20 biggest stadiums in the world, with North Korea on top - in pictures

Top 20 biggest stadiums in the world, with North Korea on top - in pictures
Top 20 biggest stadiums in the world, with North Korea on top - in pictures

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - 20. The Bukit Jalil National Stadium near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, has a seating capacity of 87,411, and is the 20th biggest sports stadium on earth. AFP

The Bukit Jalil National Stadium near Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, during the 21st South East Asian Games. Allsport

19. The Jordan-Hare Stadium in Auburn, Alabama, has a capacity of 87,451. AFP

The Jordan-Hare Stadium during the game between the Auburn Tigers and the LSU Tigers in Auburn, Alabama. AFP

18. The Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at the University of Florida can host 88,548. Wikimediacommons

University of Central Florida Golden Knights against the University of Florida Gators at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Florida. Getty

17. The Wembley stadium in London is the epicentre of English football with a capacity of exactly 90,000. Getty

The Jacksonville Jaguars kick off their NFL match against Houston Texans at the Wembley Stadium in London. Getty

16. The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, has a capacity of 90,888. AFP

An NCAA match between the Michigan Wolverines and UCLA Bruins at the Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena, California. The venue has been deemed a 'National Historic Landmark'. Getty

15. The Cotton Bowl Stadium at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas, USA, has a capacity of 92,100. Wikimediacommons

The Cotton Bowl in Texas, USA. Wikimediacommons

14. The Sanford Stadium in Athens, Georgia, USA, can host 92,746. AFP

The Sanford Stadium during the game between Georgia Bulldogs and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets in Athens, Georgia. AFP

13. The Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa, can seat 94,736. Getty

The Soccer City Stadium, also called the FNB Stadium, during the African Cup of Nations in Johannesburg. Allsport

12. The Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain, is currently the biggest football venue in the world with a capacity of 99,354. Getty

The Camp Nou ahead of the Champions League semi-final between Barcelona and Liverpool in 2019. Getty

11. The Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia is the second biggest cricket venue in the world, with a capacity of 100,024. Wikimediacommons

The Melbourne Cricket Ground is one of the most iconic venues in the world. Getty

10. The Darrel K Royal Stadium in Austin, Texas, is the 10th largest stadium in the world with a seating capability of 100,119. Wikimediacommons

The DKR-TM Stadium in 2011 during the match between Texas Longhorns and Kansas Jayhawks. Wikimediacommons

9. The Bryant–Denny Stadium, at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, USA, can seat 101,821. Wikimediacommons

The Bryant-Denny Stadium during an Alabama football game against the Tennessee Volunteers. Wikimediacommons

8. The Tiger Stadium, located in Baton Rouge on the campus of Louisiana State University, has a capacity of 102,321. Wikimediacommons

A night game in Tiger Stadium at the Louisiana State University. Wikimediacommons

7. The Neyland Stadium at Knoxville, Tennessee, can seat 102,455. Wikimediacommons

Tennessee Volunteers before the start of their game against the Georgia Bulldogs at Neyland Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee, which is the seventh biggest stadium in the world. Getty

6. The Kyle Field at College Station, Texas, has a capacity of 102,733. Wikimediacommons

The Kyle Field in College Station, Texas, during the 2015 season. Wikimediacommons

5. The Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio, USA, has a capacity of 102,780. AFP

The Ohio Stadium at the Ohio State University in Columbus is the fifth largest stadium in the world. Alamy Stock Photo

4. The Beaver Stadium, home of the Penn State Nittany Lions, in Pennsylvania, USA. Its capacity is 106,572. Alamy Stock Photo

The Beaver Stadium during the NCAA college football game between Penn State and Michigan. Shutterstock

3. Michigan Stadium is the American football stadium at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. It is the largest stadium in the United States, the third largest in the world with a capacity of 107,601. Alamy Stock Photo

Aerial view of the Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, USA. AFP

2. The Sardar Patel Stadium in Gujarat, India, is the world's biggest cricket stadium. The venue in Ahmedabad has a capacity of 110,000 and was inaugurated by US President Donald in February. AFP

The Sardar Patel Stadium in Gujarat is the second largest stadium in the world. AFP

1. The Rungrado 1st of May Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea. It is the largest stadium in the world, with a total capacity of 114,000. Shutterstock

Performers during the Arirang mass games at the The Rungrado 1st of May Stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea.

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