World football has some iconic stadiums throughout the world, all of which have all formed an important part in football competitions over the years. Things that contribute to a stadium’s impact include: its importance in the world game, most notably through history; the team that calls the field its home; and, of course, the fans and the atmosphere.
Let us list and describe some of those iconic and famous football stadiums in this thread.
Wembley Stadium, London, England
This is a picture of Old Wembley stadium, and there really isn’t much that can be said about this venue.
Wembley Stadium is considered the home of football and has seen some of the game’s greatest moments. Such moments include England’s 1966 World Cup victory, Manchester United’s European cup victory over Benfica and Germany’s 1996 European Championship victory, which saw the first Golden Goal in history.
It is also the annual venue for one of football’s oldest competitions, the FA Cup.