List of most expensive stadiums

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List of the most expensive stadiums in the world.

Rank Stadium Sport Main tenant(s) League Country City Current owner(s) Broke ground Opened Total construc­tion cost
(billion US$)
Inflation-adjusted cost
(billion US$) in 2021[1]
Capacity
1 SoFi Stadium American football Los Angeles Rams  United States Inglewood Kroenke Sports & Entertainment 2016 2020 $5.5 billion[2][3] $5.76 billion 70,000
(expandable to 100,000)
Los Angeles Chargers
2 Allegiant Stadium American football Las Vegas Raiders  United States Paradise Las Vegas Stadium Authority 2017 2020 $1.9 billion[4] $1.99 billion 65,000
UNLV Rebels
3 MetLife Stadium American football New York Jets  United States East Rutherford New York Jets (50%)
New York Giants (50%)
2007 2010 $1.7 billion[5] $2.11 billion 82,500
New York Giants
4 Mercedes-Benz Stadium American football Atlanta Falcons  United States Atlanta Georgia World Congress Center 2014 2017 $1.5 billion[6] $1.66 billion 75,000
Association football Atlanta United
5 Wembley Stadium Association football England National Team UEFA  United Kingdom London The FA 2003 2007 $1.5 billion = £1.1 [7] $1.96 billion 90,000
England Women's National Team
6 Yankee Stadium Baseball New York Yankees  United States New York City New York City 2006 2009 $1.5 Billion

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$1.89 billion 54,251
Association football New York City FC
7
AT&T Stadium American football Dallas Cowboys  United States Arlington City of Arlington
2005
2009
$1.48 billion[9] $1.87 billion 100,000
(expandable to 138,084)
8
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Association football Tottenham Hotspur  United Kingdom London Tottenham Hotspur
2013
2019
$1.33 billion = £1 billion $1.41 billion 62,850
9
Singapore National Stadium Association football Singapore national football team  Singapore Kallang Sport Singapore
2010
2014
$1.31 billion = S$1.87 billion[citation needed] $1.5 billion 55,000
10 Optus Stadium Cricket Australia national cricket team  Australia Perth Government of Western Australia 2014 2017 $1 billion[10] $1.24 billion 61,244
Western Australia cricket team
Perth Scorchers
Perth Scorchers Women
Australian rules football West Coast Eagles
Fremantle Dockers
11
Krestovsky Stadium Association football Zenit  Russia Saint Petersburg Zenit
2008
2017
$1.1 billion[11] $1.22 billion 68,000
12
U.S. Bank Stadium American football Minnesota Vikings  United States Minneapolis Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority
2013
2016
$1.1 billion[12] $1.24 billion 73,000
13
Globe Life Field Baseball Texas Rangers  United States Arlington City of Arlington
2017
2020
$1.1 billion[13] $1.15 billion 40,300
14
Estádio Nacional Association football None None  Brazil Brasília None
2010
2013
$0.8 billion[14] $0.93 billion 72,788
15
Emirates Stadium Association football Arsenal  United Kingdom London Arsenal
2004
2006
$0.7 billion = £0.4 billion[15] $0.94 billion 60,704

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References[edit]

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  5. ^ "About Us". www.metlifestadium.com. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
  6. ^ Rollins, Khadrice. "How much did it cost to build Mercedes-Benz Stadium?". Sports Illustrated. Retrieved 2020-01-12.
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  10. ^ "Optus sold Perth Stadium naming rights, but how does the deal stack up?". November 8, 2017. Retrieved September 28, 2020.
  11. ^ Russia Beyond The Headlines, ed. (15 January 2014). "El Gazprom Arena será el estadio de fútbol más caro del mundo". Archived from the original on 11 June 2014. Retrieved 28 October 2014.
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  14. ^ "High cost, corruption claims mar Brazil World Cup". Washington Post. May 12, 2014. Archived from the original on May 21, 2014. Retrieved May 12, 2014. This is the second-most expensive football stadium in the world. The original budget was $300 million.
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