List of European stadiums by capacity

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Camp Nou is the highest capacity stadium in Europe.

The following is a list of the largest European stadiums. They are ordered by their audience capacity; i.e., the maximum number of spectators the stadium can normally accommodate.this means that if standings are allowed they are not counted. The capacity figures are for permanent total capacity, including seating and any official standing areas, but excluding any temporary seating or standing. Note that movable seating - used by multi-purpose stadiums (such as those supporting both a rugby or association football pitch plus an athletics track) to regularly convert the stadium for maximum spectator viewing convenience at one of its supported sporting events - is considered permanent rather than temporary seating in determining such maximum capacities, as is any form of retractable seating associated with safe standing (which allows the same spectator area in a stadium to be used for either standing or seated purposes). Also note that stadiums supporting either regularly used movable seating or regularly used retractable seating (for safe standing purposes), will not be counted (plus supporting annotation) in the following list - one for the stadium's capacity with the seating deployed (indicated "(d)"), and one for when the seating is not deployed (indicated "(nd)"). For the few stadiums that support both retractable and moveable seating a third capacity number will be required for the deployed movable seating capacity, indicated by "(m)" (note: safe standing is usually not applicable when movable seating deployed). Such multi-capacity stadiums (e.g., Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund, Stade de France in Paris and Veltins-Arena in Gelsenkirchen) will be sorted in the list based on the largest of these capacity values.

Finally, stadium capacities for hosting music concerts should never[opinion] be included in the list since such use normally permits the audience to stand on the stadium's playing surface - especially if such concerts are only ever staged during limited periods of the year (such as the summer "closed season" in most football sports) - as both of these usage qualities clearly fall under the definition of "one-off", "temporary" or "secondary" use rather than "regular", "permanent" or "primary" use.[citation needed]

All stadiums with a capacity of 25,000 or more are included. The list includes all such stadiums in any country which is commonly accepted to be within the borders of Europe, including transcontinental countries that are partially in Europe (e.g., Russia and Turkey), or in a non-European country commonly thought to be European for cultural or historic reasons (e.g., Israel, Cyprus, Azerbaijan, Georgia and Armenia).[citation needed]

An asterisk(*) indicates that a team does not play all of its home matches at that venue.

Current stadiums[edit]

Capacity of 25,000 or more[edit]

The "Category" column indicates whether the stadium has been designated by UEFA as capable of hosting Champions League or Europa League matches. Not having a category does not imply an inability or failure of the stadium's capabilities to host such games. The stadium owners may simply have never applied to host a UEFA fixture (which is the case for most of the exemplary stadiums listed whose primary use is not football).

Stadium Capacity City Country Tenant Built Category
Camp Nou 99,354[1] Barcelona  Spain FC Barcelona Catalonia national football team 1992 Summer Olympics 1957 4/4 stars [2][3]
Wembley Stadium 90,000[4] London  England The FA, England national football team. Venue for: 2013 Rugby League World Cup; 2015 Rugby World Cup; UEFA Euro 1996; 2012 Olympics. 1923 4/4 stars [2][3]
Croke Park 82,300[5] Dublin Republic of Ireland Ireland Gaelic Athletic Association 1884
Twickenham Stadium 82,000[6] London  England The RFU, England national rugby union team 1909
Westfalenstadion (a.k.a. Signal Iduna Park) 81,359 (nd)
65,829 (d)
Dortmund  Germany Borussia Dortmund. 2006 FIFA World Cup venue.
Stadium uses retractable seating.[7]
1974 4/4 stars
Stade de France 81,338 Saint-Denis  France France national football team, France national rugby union team, Stade Français*, Racing 92*. UEFA Euro 2016 venue. Stadium uses movable seating.[8] 1998 4/4 stars [2][3]
Stadio Giuseppe Meazza (a.k.a. San Siro) 81,277[9] Milan  Italy A.C. Milan, F.C. Internazionale Milano and 2016 UEFA Champions League Final venue 1926 4/4 stars [2][3]
Santiago Bernabéu Stadium 81,044[10] Madrid  Spain Real Madrid C.F. 1947 4/4 stars [2][3]
Luzhniki Stadium 81,000[11] Moscow  Russia Russia national football team*. 1980 Summer Olympics and 2013 World Championships in Athletics venue.
Undergoing renovations for 2018 FIFA World Cup.
1956 4/4 stars [2][3]
Atatürk Olympic Stadium 76,092[12] Istanbul  Turkey Beşiktaş J.K.*, Turkey national football team* 2001 4/4 stars [2][3]
Old Trafford 75,635[13] Manchester  England Manchester United F.C. 1966 World Cup, Rugby Super League Grand Final venue. 1910 4/4 stars [2][3]
Allianz Arena 75,000 (nd)
70,000 (d)
Munich  Germany FC Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 München. 2006 FIFA World Cup venue. Stadium uses retractable seating.[14] 2005 4/4 stars [2][3]
Olympiastadion 74,649[15] Berlin  Germany Hertha BSC. 1936 Summer Olympics, 2006 FIFA World Cup, 2009 World Championships in Athletics and 2015 UEFA Champions League Final venue. 1936 4/4 stars [2][3]
Millennium Stadium 74,500 Cardiff  Wales Welsh Rugby Union, Venue for 1999 Rugby World Cup Final and 2017 UEFA Champions League Final 1999 4/4 stars [2][3]
Stadio Olimpico 72,698[16] Rome  Italy S.S. Lazio & A.S. Roma. Site of all Italy national rugby union team home matches in the Six Nations Championship*. 1960 Summer Olympics and 1987 World Athletics Championships venue. 1930 4/4 stars [2][3]
Olimpiyskiy National Sports Complex 70,050[17] Kyiv  Ukraine Ukraine national football team, FC Dynamo Kyiv. UEFA Euro 2012 Final venue. 2012 4/4 stars [3]
Olympic Stadium of Athens (a.k.a. Spyros Louis Olympic Stadium) 69,618[18] Athens  Greece AEK Athens F.C. 2004 Summer Olympics and Paralympics, 1997 World Championships in Athletics venue. 1982 4/4 stars [3]
Olympiastadion 69,250[19] Munich  Germany Athletics. 1972 Summer Olympics venue. 1972
Baku National Stadium 68,700[20] Baku  Azerbaijan Azerbaijan national football team 2015 4/4 stars
Stade Vélodrome 67,371 Marseille  France Olympique de Marseille, France national rugby union team*, RC Toulonnais*. UEFA Euro 2016 venue. 1937 4/4 stars
Murrayfield Stadium 67,144 Edinburgh  Scotland Scotland national rugby union team, Edinburgh Rugby 1925
Estádio da Luz 64,642 Lisbon  Portugal S.L. Benfica. UEFA Euro 2004 Final, 2014 UEFA Champions League Final venue. 2003 4/4 stars [2][3]
Veltins-Arena 62,271 (nd)
54,142 (d)
Gelsenkirchen  Germany FC Schalke 04. 2006 FIFA World Cup venue.
Stadium uses both retractable and movable seating.[21]
2001 4/4 stars [2][3]
Mercedes-Benz Arena (a.k.a. Neckarstadion) 60,469 (nd)
54,906 (d)
Stuttgart  Germany VfB Stuttgart. 1974 & 2006 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 1988 venue. Stadium uses retractable seating.[22] 1933
Celtic Park 60,355 Glasgow  Scotland Celtic FC, 2014 Commonwealth Games opening ceremony 1892
Emirates Stadium 60,338 London  England Arsenal F.C. 2006 4/4 stars
Stadio San Paolo 60,240 Naples  Italy S.S.C. Napoli 1959
Olympic Stadium 60,000 (d)
54,000 (nd)[23][24]
London  England 2012 Summer Olympics and Paralympics as 80,000 seat athletics venue. Starting 2016–17 football season, West Ham United, as 60,000 seat football venue.[24]
Stadium will use movable seating.[25]
2012
Parc Olympique Lyonnais 59,186 Lyon/Décines  France Olympique Lyonnais. UEFA Euro 2016 and 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup venue. 2016 4/4 stars
PGE Narodowy 58,585 Warsaw  Poland Poland national football team. UEFA Euro 2012 venue. 2011 4/4 stars
Stadio San Nicola 58,248 Bari  Italy FC Bari 1908 1990
Estadio Olímpico de Sevilla 57,619 Seville  Spain Athletics, Spain national football team* 1999 4/4 stars [2][3]
Volksparkstadion 57,274 Hamburg  Germany Hamburger SV. 2006 FIFA World Cup venue.
Stadium uses retractable seating.[citation needed]
1953 4/4 stars [2][3]
Stadium Puskás Ferenc 56,000[26] Budapest  Hungary Hungary national football team 1953
Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys 56,000 Barcelona  Spain Athletics. 1992 Summer Olympics venue. 1927 4/4 stars [2][3]
Arena Naţională 55,634 Bucharest  Romania Romania national football team 2011 4/4 stars [3]
Stadium Rajko Mitić 55,538 Belgrade  Serbia Red Star Belgrade, European Cup final 1973 venue, UEFA Euro 1976 venue 1963
Silesian Stadium 55,477[27] Chorzów/Katowice  Poland Ruch Chorzów (future)
Poland national football team (to 2012)
1959
City of Manchester Stadium (a.k.a. Etihad Stadium) 55,000[28] Manchester  England Manchester City F.C. 2002 Commonwealth Games, 2015 Rugby World Cup venue. 2002 4/4 stars
Estadi de Mestalla 55,000 Valencia  Spain Valencia CF 1923
Esprit Arena 54,600 Düsseldorf  Germany Fortuna Düsseldorf.
Stadium uses retractable seating.[citation needed]
2004
Vicente Calderón Stadium 54,851 Madrid  Spain Atlético Madrid 1966 4/4 stars [2][3]
Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena 54,549[29] Tbilisi  Georgia FC Dinamo Tbilisi, Georgia national football team, Georgia national rugby union team 1976
Friends Arena 54,329 Stockholm  Sweden AIK, Sweden national football team, UEFA Women's Euro 2013 2012 4/4 stars
Hrazdan Stadium 54,208[30] Yerevan  Armenia FC Ararat Yerevan, Armenia national football team 1971
Anfield 54,074 Liverpool  England Liverpool F.C. 1884 4/4 stars[31]
Borussia-Park 54,067 Mönchengladbach  Germany Borussia Mönchengladbach.
Stadium uses retractable seating.[citation needed]
2004
Amsterdam Arena 53,502 Amsterdam  Netherlands AFC Ajax 1996 4/4 stars [3]
Semple Stadium 53,500 Thurles Republic of Ireland Ireland Tipperary GAA 1910
San Mamés 53,332 Bilbao  Spain Athletic Bilbao, Basque Country national football team 2013 4/4 stars [2]
Ernst Happel Stadion 53,008 Vienna  Austria Austria national football team, Rapid Vienna*, Austria Vienna*. UEFA Euro 2008 Final venue. 1931 4/4 stars [2][3]
Türk Telekom Arena 52,652[32] Istanbul  Turkey Galatasaray S.K. 2011 4/4 stars
Estadio Benito Villamarín 52,500[33] Seville  Spain Real Betis 1929
St James' Park 52,387 Newcastle upon Tyne  England Newcastle United F.C. 1886 4/4 stars
Donbass Arena 52,187 Donetsk  Ukraine FC Shakhtar Donetsk, UEFA Euro 2012.
Now closed due to War in Donbass
2009 4/4 stars [3]
Hampden Park 52,103 Glasgow  Scotland Scotland national football team, Queen's Park F.C. 1903 4/4 stars [2][3]
Estádio do Dragão 52,000 Porto  Portugal F.C. Porto 2003 4/4 stars [2][3]
Lansdowne Road (a.k.a. Aviva Stadium) 51,700 Dublin Republic of Ireland Ireland Ireland national rugby union team, Republic of Ireland national football team, Leinster Rugby 1872 4/4 stars [2]
De Kuip 51,577 Rotterdam  Netherlands Feyenoord 1937 4/4 stars [2][3]
Commerzbank-Arena 51,500[34] Frankfurt  Germany Eintracht Frankfurt. 2006 FIFA World Cup venue. 1925
İzmir Atatürk Stadium 51,295[35] Izmir  Turkey Göztepe A.Ş., Altay S.K., Turkey national football team* 1971
Ibrox Stadium 50,947[36] Glasgow  Scotland Rangers F.C. 1899 4/4 stars [2][3]
Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium 50,509[37] Istanbul  Turkey Fenerbahçe S.K. 2006 4/4 stars [3]
Estádio José Alvalade 50,466 Lisbon  Portugal Sporting Clube de Portugal 2003 4/4 stars [2][3]
RheinEnergieStadion 50,374 Cologne  Germany 1. FC Köln. 2006 FIFA World Cup venue. 2004
Stade Pierre-Mauroy 50,186 Lille  France Lille OSC 2012 4/4 stars
King Baudouin Stadium 50,093 Brussels  Belgium Belgium national football team 1930
Grundig-Stadion 50,000 Nuremberg  Germany 1. FC Nuremberg. 2006 FIFA World Cup venue. 1928
Gaelic Grounds 49,866 Limerick Republic of Ireland Ireland Limerick GAA 1928
Fritz-Walter-Stadion 49,780[38] Kaiserslautern  Germany 1. FC Kaiserslautern. 2006 FIFA World Cup venue. 1920
AWD-Arena 49,000 Hanover  Germany Hannover 96. 2006 FIFA World Cup venue.
Stadium uses retractable seating.[citation needed]
1954
Stadium of Light 49,000 Sunderland  England Sunderland A.F.C. 1997
Stadio Artemio Franchi 47,282 Florence  Italy ACF Fiorentina 1931
Parc des Princes 46,480 Paris  France Paris Saint-Germain F.C. 1897
Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán 45,500 Seville  Spain Sevilla FC 1957
Otkrytie Arena 45,360 Moscow  Russia Spartak Moscow. 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, 2018 FIFA World Cup venue. 2014 4/4 stars
Kazan Arena 45,105 Kazan  Russia FC Rubin Kazan. 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, 2018 FIFA World Cup venue. 2013 4/4 stars
Panathinaiko Stadium 45,000 Athens  Greece 1896 Summer Olympics venue. 1869
Páirc Uí Chaoimh 45,000 Cork City Republic of Ireland Ireland Cork GAA 1976
Red Bull Arena 44,345 Leipzig  Germany RB Leipzig, 2006 FIFA World Cup venue. 1954
Stadion Energa Gdańsk 43,615 Gdańsk  Poland Lechia Gdańsk, UEFA Euro 2012 2011 4/4 stars
Vasil Levski National Stadium 43,530 Sofia Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgaria national football team 1953
Timsah Arena (a.k.a. Bursa Büyüksehir Belediyesi Stadyumu) 43,331 Bursa Turkey Turkey Bursaspor 2015 4/4 stars
INEA Stadion 43,269[39] Poznań Poland Poland Lech Poznań, UEFA Euro 2012 1980
Fitzgerald Stadium 43,180 Killarney Republic of Ireland Ireland Kerry GAA 1936
Ullevi 43,000 Gothenburg Sweden Sweden 1995 World Championships in Athletics and 2006 European Championships in Athletics venue, Gothenburg derbies, 1958 World Cup venue 1958
Villa Park 42,788 Birmingham  England Aston Villa F.C. 1966 World Cup venue. 1897
Stadion Wrocław 42,771[40] Wrocław  Poland Śląsk Wrocław, UEFA Euro 2012 2011 4/4 stars
Weserstadion 42,500 Bremen  Germany SV Werder Bremen.
Stadium uses retractable seating.[citation needed]
1923
Torku Arena 42,276 Konya Turkey Turkey Konyaspor 2014 4/4 stars
Matmut Atlantique 42,115 Bordeaux France France FC Girondins de Bordeaux 2015
MacHale Park 42,000 Castlebar Republic of Ireland Ireland Mayo GAA 1931
Stade Geoffroy-Guichard 42,000 Saint-Étienne France France AS Saint-Étienne 1931
Vodafone Arena 41,903 Istanbul  Turkey Beşiktaş 2016 4/4 stars
Stamford Bridge (stadium) 41,841 London England England Chelsea F.C. 1877
Ramat Gan Stadium 41,583 Ramat Gan Israel Israel Maccabi Tel Aviv, Israel national football team 1951
Juventus Stadium 41,507 Turin Italy Italy Juventus F.C. 2011 4/4 stars
Stade Bollaert-Delelis 41,233 Lens, Pas-de-Calais France France RC Lens 1932
Dinamo Stadium (Minsk) 41,040 Minsk Belarus Belarus FC Minsk, Belarus national football team 1934
Helsinki Olympic Stadium 40,600 Helsinki Finland Finland 1952 Summer Olympics, 1983 World Championships in Athletics and 2005 World Championships in Athletics venue, Finland national football team 1938
Estadi Cornellà-El Prat 40,500 Barcelona/Cornellà Spain Spain RCD Espanyol 2009 4/4 stars
Stade Gerland 40,494 Lyon France France Formerly Olympique Lyonnais 1926
Goodison Park 40,394 Liverpool  England Everton F.C. 1966 World Cup venue. 1892
Stadio San Filippo 40,200 Messina Italy Italy A.C.R. Messina 2004
Metalist Stadium 40,003 Kharkiv Ukraine Ukraine FC Metalist Kharkiv, UEFA Euro 2012 1926
Fisht Olympic Stadium 40,000 Sochi  Russia FC Zhemchuzhina-Sochi. 2014 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, 2018 FIFA World Cup venue. 2013 4/4 stars
Hillsborough Stadium 39,814 Sheffield  England Sheffield Wednesday F.C., 1966 World Cup venue. 1899
Elland Road 39,460[41] Leeds England England Leeds United A.F.C. 1897
Stadio Renato Dall'Ara 39,444 Bologna Italy Italy Bologna F.C. 1909 1927
Stadio Marcantonio Bentegodi 39,211 Verona Italy Italy A.C. ChievoVerona, Hellas Verona F.C. 1963
Estadio Manuel Martínez Valero 38,750 Elx Spain Spain Elche CF 1976
St. Jakob-Park 38,512 Basel Switzerland Switzerland FC Basel, UEFA Euro 2008 2001 4/4 stars
Stade de la Beaujoire 38,285 Nantes France France FC Nantes 1984
Telia Parken 38,065 Copenhagen Denmark Denmark FC København, Danish national football team 1992
Stadio Renzo Barbera 37,619 Palermo Italy Italy U.S. Città di Palermo 1932
Estádio Nacional 37,593 Oeiras Municipality, Portugal Portugal Portugal Cup of Portugal Final 1944
Stadio Arechi 37,245 Salerno Italy Italy Salernitana Calcio 1919 1991
Maksimir Stadium 37,168 Zagreb Croatia Croatia Dinamo Zagreb, Croatia national football team* 1912
Kazhimukan Munaitpasov Stadium (Shymkent) 37,000 Shymkent  Kazakhstan FC Ordabasy 1969
Cebeci İnönü Stadium 37,000[37] Ankara Turkey Turkey Hacettepe, Ankara Demirspor 1967
Stadio Luigi Ferraris 36,536 Genoa Italy Italy Genoa C.F.C., U.C. Sampdoria 1911
Stadio Via del Mare 36,285 Lecce Italy Italy U.S. Lecce 1966
White Hart Lane 36,257 London England England Tottenham Hotspur F.C. 1899
St Tiernach's Park 36,000 Clones Republic of Ireland Ireland Monaghan GAA 1944
Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium 35,630 Sarajevo Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina FK Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina national football team 1947
Allianz Riviera 35,624 Nice  France OGC Nice, RC Toulonnais* 2013
Stadium Municipal 35,472 Toulouse France France Toulouse FC, Stade Toulousain* 1937
Ludwigspark Stadion 35,303 Saarbrücken Germany Germany 1. FC Saarbrücken 1953
Boleyn Ground 35,303 London England England West Ham United F.C. (1904–2016) 1904
Riverside Stadium 35,100 Middlesbrough England England Middlesbrough F.C. 1995
Stadion Poljud 35,000 Split Croatia Croatia Hajduk Split 1979
Olympic Stadium (Wrocław) 35,000 Wrocław Poland Poland Sparta Wrocław 1928
Philips Stadion 35,000 Eindhoven Netherlands Netherlands PSV Eindhoven 1913
New Eskişehir Stadium 34,930 Eskişehir Turkey Turkey Eskişehirspor 2016 4/4 stars
Arena Lviv 34,915 Lviv  Ukraine FC Karpaty Lviv, UEFA Euro 2012 2011
Stade Jacques Chaban-Delmas 34,694 Bordeaux France France Union Bordeaux-Bègles 1924
Riazor 34,600 A Coruña Spain Spain Deportivo de A Coruña 1940
La Romareda 34,596 Zaragoza Spain Spain Real Zaragoza 1957
Grotenburg-Stadion 34,500 Krefeld Germany Germany KFC Uerdingen 05 1927
Chornomorets Stadium 34,164 Odessa  Ukraine FC Chornomorets Odesa 2011
Opel Arena 34,034[42] Mainz  Germany 1. FSV Mainz 05 2011
Teddy Stadium 34,000 Jerusalem Israel Israel Beitar Jerusalem, Hapoel Jerusalem, Hapoel Katamon Jerusalem 1991
Pride Park Stadium 33,597 Derby England England Derby County F.C. 1997
Karaiskakis Stadium 33,334 Pireaus Greece Greece Olympiacos, Greece national football team 2004 4/4 stars
Cardiff City Stadium 33,280 Cardiff Wales Wales Cardiff City, Venue for 2014 UEFA Super Cup final 2009
Stadion Henryka Reymana 33,268[43] Kraków Poland Poland Wisła Kraków 1953 4/4 stars
Metallurg Stadium 33,220 Samara Russia Russia FC Krylya Sovetov Samara 1957
Estadio Nueva Condomina 33,045 Murcia Spain Spain Real Murcia 2006
Krasnodar Stadium 33,000 Krasnodar  Russia FC Krasnodar 2016
Khimik Stadium (Kemerovo) 33,000 Kemerovo  Russia HC Kuzbass; venue for 2007 Bandy World Championship 1947
Tele2 Arena 33,000 Stockholm  Sweden Hammarby IF, Djurgårdens IF 2013
Antalya 100.yıl Stadium 33,000 Antalya  Turkey Antalyaspor 2015 4/4 stars
Dan Păltinişanu Stadium 32,972 Timişoara Romania Romania ACS Poli Timișoara 1964
New Tivoli 32,960 Aachen  Germany Alemannia Aachen 2009
Stade de la Mosson 32,939[44] Montpellier  France Montpellier HSC 1972
Kadir Has Stadium 32,864 Kayseri Turkey Turkey Kayserispor, Kayseri Erciyesspor 2009 4/4 stars
Partizan Stadium 32,710 Belgrade Serbia Serbia FK Partizan 1949
Bramall Lane 32,702 Sheffield England England Sheffield United F.C., Sheffield Eagles* 1855
St Mary's Stadium 32,689 Southampton England England Southampton F.C. 2001 4/4 stars
Ricoh Arena 32,602 Coventry England England Coventry City, Wasps RFC 2005 4/4 stars
Philip II Arena 32,580 Skopje Republic of Macedonia Macedonia FK Vardar, FK Rabotnički, Macedonia national football team* 1947
Estadio Balaídos 32,500 Vigo Spain Spain Celta de Vigo 1928
Republican Spartak Stadium 32,464 Vladikavkaz Russia Russia FC Alania Vladikavkaz 1962
Stadio Nereo Rocco 32,454 Trieste Italy Italy U.S. Triestina Calcio 1992
Estadio Gran Canaria 32,392 Las Palmas Spain Spain UD Las Palmas 2003
Rosenaustadion 32,354 Augsburg Germany Germany athletics 1951
Stadio Euganeo 32,336 Padova Italy Italy Calcio Padova 1994
King Power Stadium 32,262 Leicester England England Leicester City F.C 2002
Estadio Anoeta 32,200 Donostia-San Sebastián Spain Spain Real Sociedad, Biarritz Olympique*, Aviron Bayonnais* 1993
Central Stadium (Volgograd) 32,120 Volgograd  Russia FC Rotor Volgograd. 2018 FIFA World Cup venue. 1964
Glücksgas Stadium 32,066 Dresden Germany Germany Dynamo Dresden 1923
Hristo Botev Stadium (Vratsa) 32,000 Vratsa Bulgaria Bulgaria Botev Vratsa 1948
Hypo-Arena 32,000 Klagenfurt am Wörthersee Austria Austria SK Austria Kärnten, UEFA Euro 2008 2007
Casement Park 32,000 Belfast Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Antrim GAA 1953
Breffni Park 32,000 Cavan Republic of Ireland Ireland Cavan GAA 1923
Slavia Stadium 32,000 Sofia Bulgaria Bulgaria Slavia Sofia 1932
Stadio Flaminio 32,000 Rome Italy Italy 1959
Stade de Suisse 32,000 Bern Switzerland Switzerland BSC Young Boys, UEFA Euro 2008 2005
Lord's Cricket Ground 32,000 London England England Marylebone Cricket Club, Middlesex County Cricket Club, England national cricket team* 1814
Ernest Pohl Stadium 31,871 Zabrze  Poland Górnik Zabrze 1934
Tsentralnyi Profsoyuz Stadion (Voronezh) 31,743 Voronezh Russia Russia FC Fakel Voronezh, FC FSA Voronezh 2003
Shakhtar Stadium 31,718 Donetsk Ukraine Ukraine FC Shakhtar Donetsk Reserves and Youth Team*, FC Metalurh Donetsk* 1936
Molineux Stadium 31,700[45] Wolverhampton England England Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. 1889
Kuban Stadium 31,654[46] Krasnodar  Russia FC Kuban Krasnodar 1960
Schauinsland-Reisen-Arena 31,500 Duisburg Germany Germany MSV Duisburg 2004
Ewood Park 31,367 Blackburn England England Blackburn Rovers F.C. 1882
Rewirpowerstadion 31,328 Bochum Germany Germany VfL Bochum 1921
Tofiq Bahramov Stadium 31,200[47] Baku  Azerbaijan Qarabağ FK, Azerbaijan national football team 1951
Roazhon Park 31,127 Rennes France France Stade Rennais FC. 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup venue. 1912
Polish Army Stadium 31,103 Warsaw  Poland Legia Warszawa 1930 4/4 stars
Dnipro-Arena 31,003 Dnipropetrovsk Ukraine Ukraine FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 2008
Estádio Municipal de Aveiro 30,970 Aveiro, Portugal Portugal Portugal S.C. Beira-Mar 2003
Sammy Ofer Stadium 30,874 Haifa Israel Israel Maccabi Haifa, Hapoel Haifa 2014 4/4 stars
American Express Community Stadium 30,750 Falmer England England Brighton & Hove Albion F.C. 2011
Impuls Arena 30,660 Augsburg Germany Germany FC Augsburg 2009
City Ground 30,602 Nottingham England England Nottingham Forest F.C. 1898
Terek Stadium 30,597 Grozni Russia Russia FC Terek Grozny 2011
Stadium MK 30,500 Milton Keynes England England Milton Keynes Dons F.C. 2007
Estadio Carlos Tartiere 30,500 Oviedo Spain Spain Real Oviedo 2000
Cluj Arena 30,335 Cluj Napoca  Romania Universitatea Cluj Napoca 2011 4/4 stars [3]
Portman Road 30,311 Ipswich England England Ipswich Town F.C. 1884
Estádio Algarve 30,305 Faro, Portugal Portugal Portugal S.C. Farense, Louletano DC 2004
BayArena 30,210 Leverkusen  Germany Bayer 04 Leverkusen.
Stadium uses retractable seating.[citation needed]
1932
Estádio Cidade de Coimbra 30,210 Coimbra Portugal Portugal Associação Académica de Coimbra - O.A.F. 2003
De Grolsch Veste 30,205 Enschede Netherlands Netherlands FC Twente 1998
Estádio Municipal de Braga 30,154 Braga Portugal Portugal S.C. Braga 2003
Rhein-Neckar Arena 30,150 Sinsheim  Germany TSG 1899 Hoffenheim.
Stadium uses retractable seating.[citation needed]
2009
Estádio D. Afonso Henriques 30,146 Guimarães Portugal Portugal Vitória SC 1999
Central Stadium (Kazan) 30,133 Kazan Russia Russia FC Rubin Kazan 1960
Volkswagen Arena 30,122 Wolfsburg  Germany VfL Wolfsburg.
Stadium uses retractable seating.[citation needed]
2002
Stade de Genève 30,084 Geneva Switzerland Switzerland Servette FC, UEFA Euro 2008 2003
Estadio La Rosaleda 30,044 Málaga Spain Spain Málaga CF 1941
Stade Maurice Dufrasne 30,023 Liège Belgium Belgium Standard Liège 1909
St Andrew's (stadium) 30,009 Birmingham England England Birmingham City F.C. 1906
CSKA Moscow Stadium 30,000 Moscow  Russia CSKA Moscow 2016
Anzhi-Arena 30,000 Kaspiysk  Russia FC Anzhi Makhachkala 2003
Astana Arena 30,000 Astana  Kazakhstan FC Lokomotiv Astana 2009
Malmö Stadion 30,000 Malmö Sweden Sweden athletics, IFK Malmö, 1958 World Cup venue 1958
Estadio José Rico Pérez 30,000 Alicante Spain Spain Hércules CF 1974
Letzigrund 30,000 Zürich Switzerland Switzerland FC Zürich, Grasshopper Club Zürich, UEFA Euro 2008 2007
Tivoli-Neu 30,000 Innsbruck Austria Austria Fußballclub Wacker Innsbruck, UEFA Euro 2008 2000
Red Bull Arena (Salzburg) 30,000 Salzburg Austria Austria FC Red Bull Salzburg, UEFA Euro 2008 2003
Metalurh Stadium 29,783[48] Kryvyi Rih  Ukraine FC Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih 1970
Wildparkstadion 29,699 Karlsruhe  Germany Karlsruher SC 1955
El Molinón 29,538[49] Gijón  Spain Sporting de Gijón 1908
Stade de la Meinau 29,230 Strasbourg  France RC Strasbourg 1914
Georgi Asparuhov Stadium 29,200 Sofia Bulgaria Bulgaria Levski Sofia 1963
Millerntor-Stadion 29,063 Hamburg Germany Germany FC St. Pauli 1961
Jan Breydel Stadium 29,042 Bruges  Belgium Club Brugge K.V., Cercle Brugge K.S.V. 1975
Brøndby Stadium 29,000 Copenhagen  Denmark Brøndby IF 1965
DKB-Arena 29,000 Rostock  Germany F.C. Hansa Rostock 1954
Şanlıurfa GAP Stadium 28,965[50] Şanlıurfa  Turkey Şanlıurfaspor 2009
Estádio Primeiro de Maio 28,800 Braga  Portugal athletics, S.C.Braga B 1950
Lokomotiv Stadium (Moscow) 28,800[51] Moscow  Russia FC Lokomotiv Moscow, Russia national football team* 2002
Macron Stadium 28,723 Bolton England England Bolton Wanderers F.C. 1997
Toumba Stadium 28,703 Thessaloniki  Greece PAOK F.C. 1959
Britannia Stadium 28,383 Stoke-on-Trent England England Stoke City F.C. 1997
Stadionul Steaua 28,365[52] Bucharest  Romania FC Steaua Bucureşti, Romania national football team* 1974
Estádio do Bessa 28,263[53] Porto  Portugal Boavista F.C. 2003
Constant Vanden Stock Stadium 28,063 Brussels Belgium Belgium R.S.C. Anderlecht 1917 4/4 stars
Ukraina Stadium 28,051[54] Lviv  Ukraine FC Karpaty Lviv 1963
Allianz Stadion 28,000 Vienna  Austria Rapid Wien 2016
Lefkoşa Atatürk Stadı 28,000[55] Nicosia  Northern Cyprus Northern Cyprus national football team, Çetinkaya Türk S.K., Yenicami Ağdelen S.K. 1990
Stadio Renato Curi 28,000 Perugia  Italy Perugia Calcio 1974
Ullevaal Stadion 28,000[56] Oslo  Norway Vålerenga Fotball, Norway national football team 1926
Stadio Olimpico Grande Torino 27,958 Turin  Italy Torino F.C. 1933 4/4 stars [2][3]
Stadio Ennio Tardini 27,906 Parma  Italy Parma F.C. 1923
Stadio Oreste Granillo 27,763 Reggio Calabria  Italy Reggina Calcio 1999
Stadio Erasmo Iacovone 27,584 Taranto  Italy A.S. Taranto Calcio 1965
Stadio Mario Rigamonti 27,547 Brescia  Italy Brescia Calcio 1959
Odsal Stadium 27,491[57] Bradford England England Bradford Bulls 1934
SchücoArena 27,300 Bielefeld  Germany Arminia Bielefeld 1926
MDCC-Arena 27,250 Magdeburg  Germany 1. FC Magdeburg 2006
Carrow Road 27,244[58] Norwich England England Norwich City F.C. 1935
Mikheil Meskhi Stadium 27,223[59] Tbilisi Georgia (country) Georgia FC Lokomotivi Tbilisi, Georgia national rugby union team 2001
Ashton Gate Stadium 27,000 Bristol  England Bristol City 1887
The Valley (London) 27,111 London England England Charlton Athletic F.C. 1919
Carl-Benz-Stadion 27,000 Mannheim  Germany SV Waldhof Mannheim 1994
Central Stadium (Yekaterinburg) 27,000 Yekaterinburg  Russia FC Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast*. 2018 FIFA World Cup venue. 1957
Central Stadium (Krasnoyarsk) 27,000[60] Krasnoyarsk  Russia FC Metallurg-Yenisey Krasnoyarsk, Russia national rugby union team, 2019 Winter Universiade 1967
O'Moore Park 27,000[61] Portlaoise Republic of Ireland Ireland Laois GAA 1888
Pankritio Stadium 26,840[62] Heraklio  Greece Ergotelis F.C. 2004
Kaftanzoglio Stadium 26,712[63] Thessaloniki  Greece Iraklis Thessaloniki F.C. 1960
Stade Municipal Saint-Symphorien 26,700[64] Metz  France FC Metz 1923
The Oval 26,556 Belfast Northern Ireland Northern Ireland Glentoran F.C. 1892
Estadio Nuevo José Zorrilla 26,512[65] Valladolid  Spain Real Valladolid 1982
The Hawthorns 26,500[66] West Bromwich England England West Bromwich Albion F.C. 1900
Selhurst Park 26,309 London England England Crystal Palace F.C. 1924
Stadio Partenio 26,308 Avellino  Italy U.S. Avellino 1912 1973
Pearse Stadium 26,197 Galway Republic of Ireland Ireland Galway GAA* 1957
Ganja City Stadium 26,120[67] Ganja, Azerbaijan  Azerbaijan FK Ganja
Stade Guy Boniface 26,100 Mont-de-Marsan  France Stade Montois 1965
Abe Lenstra Stadion 26,000[68] Heerenveen  Netherlands SC Heerenveen 1994
Stadio del Conero 26,000 Ancona  Italy A.C. Ancona 1992
Welford Road Stadium 26,000 Leicester  England Leicester Tigers 1892
Yuvileiny Stadium 25,830[69] Sumy  Ukraine FC Spartak Sumy 2001
Craven Cottage 25,700 London England England Fulham F.C. 1896
RSC Olimpiyskiy 25,678[70] Donetsk  Ukraine Ukraine national under-21 football team*, FC Shakhtar Donetsk Reserves and Youth Team* 1958
Thomond Park 25,600[71] Limerick  Ireland Munster Rugby*, Shannon RFC, UL Bohemian R.F.C. 1940
Mersin Arena 25,534 Mersin  Turkey Mersin İdmanyurdu 2013
KC Stadium 25,404 Kingston upon Hull England England Hull City A.F.C., Hull 2002
Estadi Ciutat de València 25,354 Valencia Spain Spain Levante UD 1969
Stadionul Ion Oblemenco 25,252[72] Craiova  Romania FC Universitatea Craiova 1967
Bursa Atatürk Stadium 25,213 Bursa  Turkey Bursaspor 1979
Stade Océane 25,178 Le Havre  France Le Havre AC 2012
Tsentralnyi Stadion (Mykolaiv) 25,175 Mykolaiv  Ukraine MFK Mykolaiv 1965
Stadio Friuli 25,144 Udine Italy Italy Udinese Calcio 1976
DW Stadium 25,138 Wigan England England Wigan Athletic F.C., Wigan Warriors 1999
Valley Parade 25,136 Bradford England England Bradford City A.F.C. 1886
Bijeli Brijeg Stadium 25,000 Mostar Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia and Herzegovina HŠK Zrinjski Mostar 1971
CSK Stadium 25,000 Ryazan  Russia FC Zvezda Ryazan 1980
Luminus Arena 25,000 Genk  Belgium Racing Genk 1999
Darlington Arena 25,000[73] Darlington England England Darlington Mowden Park R.F.C. 2003
Edgbaston Cricket Ground 25,000 Birmingham England England Warwickshire County Cricket Club 1882
MMArena 25,000 Le Mans  France Le Mans UC72 2011
Stade du Hainaut 25,000 Valenciennes  France Valenciennes FC 2011
Stadio Pino Zaccheria 25,000 Foggia  Italy U.S. Foggia 1925
Stadion Rote Erde 25,000 Dortmund  Germany Borussia Dortmund II 1926
Wexford Park 25,000 Wexford Republic of Ireland Ireland Wexford GAA Unknown
New 4 Eylül Stadium 25,000 Sivas  Turkey Sivasspor 2016 4/4 stars
Ay-Yıldız Stadium 25,000 Karabük  Turkey Karabük University 2014

Other UEFA Category 4 Stadiums[edit]

Stadium Capacity City Country Tenant Built Category
Swedbank Stadion 24,000 Malmö  Sweden Malmö FF 2009 4/4 stars
Netanya Stadium 13,800 Netanya  Israel Maccabi Netanya 2012 4/4 stars
Groupama Arena 23,700 Budapest  Hungary Ferencvárosi TC 2014 4/4 stars
Pittodrie Stadium 21,421 Aberdeen  Scotland Aberdeen FC 1903 4/4 stars
Lerkendal Stadion 21,405 Trondheim  Norway Rosenborg BK 1947 4/4 stars
Eden Aréna 20,800 Prague  Czech Republic Slavia Prague 2008 4/4 stars
Nagyerdei Stadion 20,340 Debrecen  Hungary Debreceni VSC 2014 4/4 stars
Generali Arena 19,416 Prague  Czech Republic Sparta Prague, Czech Republic national football team 1917 4/4 stars
Štadión Antona Malatinského 19,200 Trnava  Slovakia FC Spartak Trnava 1921 4/4 stars[74]
Stade Louis II 18,523 Fontvieille  Monaco AS Monaco, Monaco national football team 1985 4/4 stars
Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium 16,003 Athens  Greece Panathinaikos FC 1922 4/4 stars
Bloomfield Stadium 14,413 Jaffa  Israel Hapoel Tel Aviv, Maccabi Tel Aviv, Bnei Yehuda 1962 4/4 stars
Borisov Arena 13,126 Barysaw  Belarus BATE Barysaw, Belarus national football team 2014 4/4 stars
Podgorica City Stadium 15,230 Podgorica  Montenegro FK Budućnost Podgorica, Montenegro national football team 1945 4/4 stars
Elbasan Arena [75] 12,800 Elbasan  Albania KF Elbasani, Albania national football team 2014 4/4 stars
Turner Stadium 16,126 Beersheba  Israel Hapoel Be'er Sheva F.C. 2015 4/4 stars
Loro Borici Stadium 17,000 Shkodër  Albania KF Vllaznia Shkodër, Albania national football team 2016 4/4 stars
Guldfågeln Arena 12,182 Kalmar  Sweden Kalmar FF, UEFA Women's Euro 2013 2011 4/4 stars
Aker Stadion 11,800 Molde  Norway Molde FK 1998 4/4 stars
HaMoshava Stadium 11,500 Petah Tikva  Israel Hapoel Petah Tikva, Maccabi Petah Tikva 2011 4/4 stars

Under construction[edit]

The following is a list of all European stadiums which are currently under construction and will have a capacity of 25,000 or more.

Stadium Capacity City Country Tenant Opening
Estadio La Peineta 73,729 Madrid  Spain Club Atlético de Madrid 2018
Zenit Arena 69,501 Saint Petersburg  Russia Zenit Saint Petersburg.
2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, 2018 FIFA World Cup, UEFA Euro 2020
2017
Ferenc Puskás Stadion 67,899 Budapest  Hungary Hungary national football team 2019
Nou Mestalla 61,500[76] Valencia  Spain Valencia 2019
Northumberland Development Project 61,000 London  England Tottenham Hotspur 2018
Central Stadium (Volgograd) 45,015 Volgograd  Russia Rotor Volgograd, 2018 FIFA World Cup 2017
Mordovia-Arena 45,015 Saransk  Russia Mordovia Saransk, 2018 FIFA World Cup 2017
Cosmos Arena 44,918 Samara  Russia Krylia Sovetov Samara, 2018 FIFA World Cup 2017
Strelka Stadium 44,899 Nizhny Novgorod  Russia Volga Nizhny Novgorod, 2018 FIFA World Cup 2017
Levberdon Arena 43,702 Rostov-on-Don  Russia Rostov, 2018 FIFA World Cup 2017
Akyazi Stadi 41,513[77] Trabzon  Turkey Trabzonspor 2016
Gaziantep Arena 36,000 Gaziantep  Turkey Gaziantepspor 2017
Kaliningrad Stadium 35,000 Kaliningrad  Russia Baltika Kaliningrad, 2018 FIFA World Cup 2018
Eskişehir Stadium 34,930 Eskişehir  Turkey Eskişehirspor 2016
Samsun Stadium 34,658 Samsun  Turkey Samsunspor 2017
Izmit Stadium 33,000 Izmit  Turkey Kocaelispor 2017
KozArena 33,000 Adana  Turkey Adanaspor, Adana Demirspor 2017
Diyarbakır Stadium 33,000 Diyarbakır  Turkey Amed S.K. 2017
Arena 92 32,000 Nanterre  France Racing 92 2017
Hagia Sophia Stadium 32,000 Athens  Greece AEK Athens F.C. 2019
Tehelné pole 30,000 Bratislava  Slovakia Slovan Bratislava 2019
Sakarya Stadium 28,710 Sakarya  Turkey Sakaryaspor 2017
VTB Arena 27,000 Moscow  Russia Dynamo Moscow 2017
Malatya Arena 25,000 Malatya  Turkey Malatyaspor 2016
Lithuania National Stadium 25,000 Vilnius  Lithuania Lithuania national football team 2019

See also[edit]

Lists of stadiums by continent by capacity[edit]

Other related topics[edit]

Notes and references[edit]

Notes:

a. ^ Kosovo is the subject of a territorial dispute between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia. The Republic of Kosovo unilaterally declared independence on 17 February 2008, but Serbia continues to claim it as part of its own sovereign territory. The two governments began to normalise relations in 2013, as part of the Brussels Agreement. Kosovo has received recognition as an independent state from 110 out of 193 United Nations member states.

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