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5 Of The Biggest Soccer Stadiums In The USA

5 Of The Biggest Soccer Stadiums In The USA

For many years now there has been stiff competition when it comes to having the world's tallest building. But what about the largest stadium? Though the world's largest is in North Korea, there are several runners up in the United States. In this article, we will be looking into 5 of the biggest soccer stadiums in the USA.

1. The Rose Bowl, Pasadena

As the largest Major League Soccer stadium in the United States, The Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena has been home to several amazing soccer games in its time as well as being home to some of the world's best entertainers. The stadium has an overall capacity of 92,542 allowing for a huge amount of room when it comes to housing fans. Though this is not quite as large as some of the other NFL stadiums in the United States, this is an impressive size for a stadium that is currently not home to any MLS team.

2. Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta

The Mercedes-Benz Stadium is the second soccer stadium in the MLS and has a total capacity of 71,000 people. It was opened in 2017 as a replacement of the Georgia Dome and is the current home of Atlanta United FC in the MLS. Despite it being a new stadium, it has still hosted several major sporting events and is set to host many more in the future. With a capacity such as this, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta has been a popular location for some of the world's largest soccer games as well as concerts. With the announcement of the MLS being back, there are many bettors ready and waiting to see how the Atlanta United FC will do in the league and how would that reflect on soccer odds. With the odds currently sat at 9/1 for them to win the tournament over all, it is looking positive that they could come out on top in 2020.

3. Gillette Stadium, Foxborough

The Gillette Stadium in Foxborough is the third biggest soccer stadium in the country and is the current home of the New England Revolution. The stadium has a capacity of 68,756 and has played host to several major sporting events in the MLS throughout the years. With several nail-biting home games as well as several away games, this is a stadium that many in the MLS have played in throughout the years and has seen some outstanding results.

4. Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara

This is yet another soccer stadium that is the 4th largest soccer stadium in the USA and is not home to any MLS team at this time. However, this is one of the most famous of the stadiums because of it being the home of the 49ners in the NFL. As a result, this has been a hugely popular stadium for many reasons as well as its involvement in the MLS where it has housed a number of home and away games within the league. As the 2020/21 season is set to get underway, we are sure to see many more soccer games being played at the Levi's Stadium over the course of the season.

5. CenturyLink Field, Seattle

The CenturyLink Field in Seattle is the fifth biggest soccer stadium in the country and is the current home of the Seattle Sounders. The stadium has a capacity of 67,000 and has played host to a number of major sporting events in the MLS throughout the years. With several nail-biting home games as well as a number of away games, this is a stadium that many in the MLS have played in throughout the years.

Regardless of whether you are a fan of sport or you are a fan of some of the world's largest stadiums and building around the globe, numerous buildings are capable of housing huge numbers of people, we doubt that the 5 listed here will be the last when it comes to overall capacity.



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