To draw up a ranking of the most beautiful stadiums in the world is quite difficult.
Especially because in the evaluation of the beauty of stadium factors other than the architectural one come into play; for each stadium, there is a history, charm and magic that go far beyond the simple construction.
The famous football portal (and not only) Bleacher Report has therefore tried to draw up a ranking of the 20 most beautiful stadiums in the world, putting together all these speeches, and trying to make an effective synthesis. The result is an interesting and varied ranking, which not only takes into account the European stadiums but also some hidden gems that could escape the general public.
Here, then, are the 20 most beautiful stadiums in the world according to Bleacher Report.
Azadi Stadium (Tehran, Iran)
The largest stadium in Iran, one of the most fascinating, also because of the history it brings with it. It can accommodate up to 95,000 spectators and was inaugurated in 1973. It hosts the matches of the most important teams of the capital and also those of the Iranian national team.
19. Johan Cruijff Arena (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
The former Amsterdam ArenA was one of the first modern stages in the true sense of the word. Inaugurated in 1996, it was designed for the 2000 European Championships (and right here we Italians have one of the sweetest memories of our football history). At the time, compared to many other stadiums, it looked like science fiction, with its retractable roof, and even today it is one of the most beautiful stadiums in the world.