Posted on 17th Apr 2015

Take some inspiration from our pick of the best European football stadiums. We have picked 10 great European stadiums and selected another 10 that we thought were too good not to mention. How many have you visited?

Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium

Wembley Stadium is the home of English football. New Wembley opened in 2007 and its 90,000 capacity makes it the second largest stadium in Europe. Wembley hosts the FA Cup Semi-Finals and Final, The League Cup Final, The Johnstones Paint Trophy Final and all of England’s internationals. It is a truly special venue, especially if you are lucky enough to bag FA Cup Final Tickets. 

 

Camp Nou (Nou Camp)

Camp Nou

Barcelona football tickets are some of the most sought after tickets of any club in the world. With its steep sides and 98,000 capacity, a Barcelona game at the Camp Nou really is a spectacle to behold. What’s more the likes of Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez are currently gracing its hallowed turf so there’s no better time than the present to buy Barcelona tickets.

 

Santiago Bernabeu Stadium (Estadio Bernabeu)

Santiago Bernabeu

The Bernabeu is an imperious and colossal stadium with a capacity of 81,044. Real Madrid have a team of Galacticos and an incredible stadium to match. The atmosphere at the Bernabeu is electric when Real Madrid play and the stadium is always packed every time the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale take to the pitch.

 

Olympiastadion

Olympiastadion

The Olympiastadion is the largest stadium in Germany and this year is hosting one of the biggest events in the footballing calendar, The 2015 Champions League Final. This great-looking stadium is a more than suitable venue for such an occasion and Champions League Final Tickets at this top stadium are a highly coveted acquisition.

 

Anfield

Anfield

Liverpool tickets sell out in no time. Anfield is neither the biggest nor the most impressive European stadium but the spine-tingling atmosphere generated when Liverpool fans congregate and bellow ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’ is a moment unparalleled at any other stadium in the world.

 

Emirates Stadium

Emirates Stadium

The Emirates Stadium is a purpose-built modern stadium that looks superb and comfortably accommodates over 60,000 fans. The stadium has fantastic transport links and when full generates a wonderful, buoyant atmosphere. The Emirates is home to Arsenal FC and Arsenal tickets are a popular choice with a sell-out most weeks.

 

Stadion Narodowy

Stadion Narodowy

Many people will never have heard of the Stadion Narodowy but this imaginative and incredible looking stadium is the national stadium of Poland and is hosting this year’s Europa League Final. With a capacity of 58,000 there is plenty of seating at The National Stadium Warsaw. Europa League Final tickets are selling quickly and people seem keen to visit this unique stadium.

 

Allianz Arena

Allianz Arena

The Allianz Arena is arguably the coolest stadium in the world and looks truly magnificent at night when it is illuminated in the colours of the team that is playing there at that time. The Allianz Arena is home to European giants Bayern Munich has some of the most prestigious European talent including Arjen Robben, Xabi Alonso and Bastian Schweinsteiger currently gracing its turf.

 

San Siro Stadium (Giuseppe Meazza)

San Siro Stadium

The San Siro is a great looking stadium with a huge capacity. This stadium is one of the great European stadiums and its tenants are two of the most successful teams in European football. AC Milan and Inter Milan both share the ground and play at home on alternate weeks. This stadium has therefore seen more than its fair share of incredible footballers over the years.

 

Old Trafford

Old Trafford

Old Trafford is one of the most famous stadiums in the world and the home of one of the World’s most supported football clubs, Manchester United. Manchester United tickets are highly desired and games at Old Trafford are always a sell-out. This stadium has been the venue of some of the greatest Premier League and Champions League matches of all time.

 

Other Great European Stadiums

There are many other great European stadiums that deserve an honourable mention. In Italy the immense Stadio Olimpico and the historic Stadio San Paolo; and in Spain the lively Vicente Calderon and the bustling Mestalla Stadium; all great footballing settings. The Juventus Stadium, Signal Iduna Park and Parc Des Princes are also tremendous sporting arenas. In England, White Hart Lane, Stamford Bridge, and Manchester City’s stunning new ground the Etihad Stadium are all also well worth a visit if you haven’t been.

All over Europe there are great stadiums and Football Ticket Pad has a premium collection of European Football tickets to the biggest games at the best venues. We can put you at any one of these great stadiums to watch some top class European football. See what tickets we have available on our secure online marketplace.