September 23, 2015

The amazing 3 football stadiums in Europe

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Europe has some of the finest football stadium in the world. Here are some of them which surely shouldn't be missed

during your next visit to these places.

 

Old Trafford, Manchester

The club's Old Trafford Manchester United unveiled in 1909 to address Sir Matt Busby Way, Old Trafford, and Manchester, M16 0RA. Seating capacity of 76,000, it was the largest after New Wembley stadium in England. The stadium is known as the Theatre of Dreams this includes class 1 UEFA's stadium and has hosted the Champions League final between AC Milan versus Juventus in 2003.

Manchester United owner of the stadium stands in 1878 with the nickname The Red Devils are the most successful English clubs over the last 2 decades which has won Primiere League 18 times and 3 times winner of the Champions League until 2009. In the city of Manchester alone there are 2 clubs in Primiere League. There are Manchester United and Manchester city, but only united worldwide.

Old Trafford is 3.5 km from the city center towards the northwest. The nearest airport is Manchester International Airport is 15 km. Check on the official site of the club at www.jadwalbolatv.com

 

Anfield, Liverpool

Liverpool's Anfield stadium the legendary FC, unveiled in 1884 before Liverpool FC, while Liverpool FC was formed 1892. Initially the 45,400 seat capacity stadium became home base city rivals Everton were forced to move to a new stadium named Goodison Park. Anfiel located at Anfield Road, Liverpool, and L40th.

Although the 45,400-capacity stadium bench but ever recorded was once filled with 61.905 spectators while Liverpool vs Wolves, in February 2, 1952. Distance to the nearest airport is Liverpool John Lennon Airport (16 km). See what Liverpool has to offer in here!

Emirates Stadium, London

 

Arsenal FC Emirates Stadium was inaugurated 22 July 2006 with the premiere party host Arsenal host Ajax Amsterdam. Stadium with a capacity of 60.400 seats make it the second largest stadium menadi after the New Wembley in London.

 

Emirates stadium is located 7.5 km to the north of London. The nearest airport is Heathrow Airport is 30 km. It is prior to making Emirates as a home base, using Highbury Arsenal, located near the city center. By reason of its small capacity, Arsenal eventually builds its new stadium lies somewhat away from its old stadium this. But Arsenal still makes Highbury as the club headquarters.

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