Football itself is a phenomenal sport, and it seems suitable that it is played on equally beautiful pitches.
Soccer City in South Africa is a fabulously built stadium, the exterior is curved, almost puddle-like. Tiled with darker tiles and leading more into burgundy as it reaches the top. The interior is laden with darker orange seats. The Astro Turf with that amazing contrast between the orange and the green. The beauty is then magnified at night when the lights are on, the color difference between the dark night to colorful stadium is something to behold.
The Maracanã has the benefit of being in an equally fabulous City, Rio de Janeiro, built in 1950 the amazing spherical design has boasted hosting the 2014 world cup and then the Olympics in 2016, that double whammy in two years shows the inherent attractiveness of this stadium, looking extra exciting when fireworks explode from the rims of the roof. The city backdrop compliments it with the varying shape. With the circles in contrast to the rectangular skyscrapers.
Hungary has a lovely stadium in the form of the Pancho Arena it has seating to satisfy 4,500 spectators and a unique arch of wooden curves. It was designed by the architect Imre Makovetz. The nature of the design portrays the feelings of being inside an educational institute or something of a more religious nature. This is a younger building opening in 2014 in Magyar city. The pitch is perfectly landscaped, if you’re looking for something of this nature this landscaping service is perfect.
One of the older stadiums, it opened in 1923 and it stood the test of time before being refurbished in 2007. Far bigger than the previous, this mega stadium can hold 90,000 people. It is also notably tall also clocking in at 134 meters high. This stadium is truly “The Home of Football” in the UK.
Estádio Municipal de Aveiro
Tomas Taveira was the mind behind this building, its colorful combination of red and light orange, it has a lego like feel for those who strive for youth. There is a suspension which means that rather than solid wall there is space between the base and the roof, giving an individual feel to the stadium. This large block-like structure has the space to seat 30,000 people.
China are a lot of things if not creative, the exterior of this has a curved edge, with the outside not being completely whole, shapely designs light up behind the interior giving that extra bit of magic. The exterior is littered with trees and green foliage that switch up the colour palette also.
This is a less well-known locale for a stadium, but this quirky Stadium is located on the Faroe Islands in the small village of Toftir. It has the benefit of being simple and small only holding 6,000 punters setting it aside from the other complex stadiums.