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Check out all the stadiums you could be playing at if you became a pro!

English Stadiums:

Stadium: Wembley.

Location: London.

Capacity: 90,000.

Team: England.

Fact: Wembley is the seventh largest football stadium in the world.

Stadium: Old Trafford.  

Location: Manchester.

Capacity: 76,212.

Team: Manchester United.

Fact: Old Trafford is also known as the Theatre of Dreams.

Stadium: Emirates Stadum.  

Location: London.

Capacity: 60,355.

Team: Arsenal.

Fact: The Emirates Stadium is the newest Premier League ground after opening in 2006. Arsenal’s previous stadium was called Highbury.  

Stadium: St. James’ Park.  

Location: Newcastle.  

Capacity: 52,387.

Team: Newcastle United.

Fact: St. James’ Park was one of only four stadiums in England selected to host a number of football matches at the 2012 London Olympics.

Stadium: Anfield.

Location: Liverpool.

Capacity: 45,362.

Team: Liverpool.

Fact: Between 1884 and 1892 Anfield was actually Everton’s home ground.

Stadium: City of Manchester Stadium.

Location: Manchester.

Capacity: 47,726.

Team: Manchester City.

Fact: The City of Manchester Stadium is also known as the Etihad Stadium.

Spanish Stadiums:

Stadium: Nou Camp.

Location: Barcelona.

Capacity: 99,394.

Team: FC Barcelona.

Fact: The stadium was first opened in September 1957.   

Stadium: Santiago Bernabéu.

Location: Madrid.   

Capacity: 85,454.

Team: Real Madrid.

Fact: The stadium’s construction cost was a massive €1,732,943!

Stadium: Mestalla.

Location: Valencia.

Capacity: 55,000.

Team: Valencia.

Fact: During the Civil War the Mestalla was in fact used as a concentration camp and storage warehouse.

Stadium: Vicente Calderón Stadium.

Location: Madrid.

Capacity: 54,851.

Team: Atletico Madrid.

Fact: The stadium is called the Vicente Calderón Stadium, after the famous Atlético club president.

Stadium: Stade de France.

Location: Paris.

Capacity: 81,338.

Team: France.

Fact: The stadium is also used by the French national rugby team.

French Stadiums:

Stadium: Stade Veledrome

Location: Marseille

Capacity: 60,013

Team: Olympique de Marseille

Fact: Rhe stadium hosted matches in both the 1938 and 1998 World Cups.

Stadium: Stade Pierre-Mauroy.

Location: Villeneuve-d'Ascq.

Capacity: 50,186.

Team: Lille OSC.

Fact: The stadium isn’t just used for football. Rihanna performed there as part of her World Tour in July 2013.

Stadium: Parc des Princes.    

Location: Paris.

Capacity: 48,712.

Team: PSG.

Fact: The stadium has previously been the finish for the Tour de France on 54 occasions.  

German Stadiums:

Stadium: Signal Iduna Park.

Location: Dortmund.

Capacity: 80,720.

Team: Borussia Dortmund.

Fact: The stadium established the European record in average fan attendance in 2004–2005 with a total of 1.354 million fans.

Stadium: Olympiastadion Berlin.

Location: Berlin.

Capacity: 77,166.

Team: Hertha BSC.

Fact: The current Olympiastadion was originally built for the 1936 Summer Olympics and suffered little damage during World War Two.

Stadium: Allianz Arena.

Location: Munich.

Capacity: 71,901.

Team: Bayern Munich.

Fact: The Allianz Arena has a luminous exterior and lights up different colours on the outside.

Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Arena.

Location: Stuttgart.

Capacity: 60,469.

Team: Baden-Württemberg.

Fact: Between 1933 and 1945, the stadium was called Adolf Hitler Kampfbahn.   

Italian Stadiums:

Stadium: San Siro.

Location: Milan.

Capacity: 80,074.

Teams: AC Milan, Inter Milan, Italy.

Fact: In the stadium there is a museum about AC Milan and Inter Milan’s history featuring lots of memorabilia.  

Stadium: Stadio Olympico.

Location: Lazio.

Capacity: 72,700.

Teams: Lazio, Roma, Italy.

Fact: The Stadio Olympico has hosted national football and rugby matches as well as Olympic and World Cup games.

Stadium: Stadio San Paolo.

Location: Naples.

Capacity: 60,240.

Team: Napoli.

Fact: During the 2005–06 season, Napoli achieved the 3rd highest average home attendance throughout the whole of Italy.  

Stadium: Stadio San Nicola.

Location: Bari.

Capacity: 58,248.

Teams: Bari.

Fact: The stadium resembles a flower. To create this effect, it consists of 26 'petals' and upper tiers of the higher ring.

World Stadiums:

Stadium: Salt Lake Stadium.

Location: Kolkata, India.

Capacity: 120,000.

Teams: Mohan Bagan AC, India.

Fact: The surface is in fact Astroturf.

Stadium: FNB Stadium.

Location: Johannesburg, South Africa.

Capacity: 94,700.

Team: South Africa.

Fact: It cost $440 million to construct.

Stadium: Azadi Stadium.

Location: Tehran, Iran.

Capacity: 95,225.

Teams: Esteghlal FC, Persepolis FC, Iran.

Fact: It was built to host the 1974 Asian Games.

Stadium: Estadio Azteca.     

Location: Mexico City, Mexico.

Capacity: 104,000.

Teams: Club America, Mexico.

Fact: The first goal scored scored in the stadium was by the Brazilian Arlindo Dos Santos Cruz.