Known not-so-affectionately as "Jerry World," after polarizing owner, Jerry Jones, it can hold more than 100,000 fans, easily the largest NFL venue.You're heard about the retractable roof, not to mention the HD Jumbotron that stretches from one 20-yard line to the other. Follow the Evolution of the Football Player.) San Francisco's Levi's Stadium, the NFL's newest, is the most technologically advanced.
The oversized inner bowl and relatively small upper decks mean there are few bad seats.In fact every continent other than Antarctica makes an appearance on the list. Even nations countries like the USA and Australia — where football hasn't traditionally been hugely popular but is growing in appeal — landed in the top ten. Capacity: 80,018 Home team: Inter Milan; AC Milan To kick off we have the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza — commonly known as the San Siro — which has the honour of playing host to two major Italian clubs. Capacity: 80,372 Home team: Selangor FA One of the biggest venues in Asia, the Shah Alam stadium occasionally doubles as what might be the world's most magnificent go-kart circuit in the off season, run by Asian Formula 2000 Champion driver Ng Wai Leong.Capacity: 81,000 Home team: Russia The only venue on the list to require an artificial pitch thanks to the harsh Moscow weather, the Luzhniki stadium saw tragedy in 1982 when a stampede killed 66 people.Football — or "soccer", depending on where you live — is the most popular sport in the world, so it's no surprise the game is played in some of the biggest stadiums in the world.The largest 18 football stadiums, measured by capacity, are located all over the globe. Capacity: 80,093 Home team: Universitario de Deportes The largest stadium in South America — a continent famous for its love of football — Estadio Monumental has hosted a number of World Cup qualifiers since it was finished in 2000, and is sometimes used by the national team.