Sports stadiums have different sizes and costs of construction. This article explores some of the biggest stadiums in the world in terms of seating capacity and the size of construction.
Los Angeles Stadium
Los Angeles Stadium is in Los Angeles, United States. The construction of the stadium started in 2016, and it is likely to be completed in 2020. After completion, the stadium will be the most expensive in the world, with a total cost of 2.66 billion US dollars. The stadium will also be among the biggest in the world, with a seating capacity of 80,000 and about 100,000 seats for concerts.
Las Vegas Raiders Stadium
Based in Las Vegas United States, Las Vegas Raiders Stadium is also scheduled to open in 2020. After completion, the stadium total construction cost will be 2.4 billion US dollars. The stadium will have a seating capacity of 72,000 people.
Atlanta Falcons Mercedes Benz Stadium
Completed in 2017 at a total cost of 1.6 billion US dollars, Atlanta Falcons Mercedes Benz Stadium has a seating capacity of 83,000 people. This makes it one of the biggest stadiums in the world by size and budget. The opening of the stadium was delayed several times because of the sophistication of the structure.
MetLife Stadium is one of the biggest stadiums in the world. It has a seating capacity of 90,000 people, and the cost of its construction was 1.6 billion US dollars. Based in New Jersey United States, construction work started in 2007 and completed in 2010.
Yankee Stadium is based in New York, United States. Although the stadium is not one of the biggest in terms of the seating capacity, its construction budget was 1.5 billion US dollars. The high cost of construction was because of the design and the material used.
There you go! You now know the biggest stadiums in the world in terms of seating capacity and the size of construction.