The 2018 World Cups are upon us and there’s no denying that the biggest spectacle of them all is the World Cup.
The tournament is held in each country’s backyard, and the venues vary from one country to another, but they all feature stadiums with a huge capacity and lots of capacity.
So how does one go about choosing the best stadiums for the World Cups?
As the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off, we take a look at the best venues for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.1.
The World Cup Stadiums in the United States1.
The Rose Bowl The iconic venue in Pasadena, California, is home to the Pasadena Football Club and has hosted the NFL’s Pasadena Raiders, the San Diego Chargers, and many other NFL teams over the years.
The Rose Bowl is an amazing venue to host the World Championship and the NFL Playoffs as well.
This stadium also has a huge TV audience.
It is one of the most popular stadiums in the U.S. The most expensive venue to attend in 2018 was the Super Bowl in New Orleans, where the stadium is priced at $10.4 million.
Levi’s Stadium The Levi’s stadium is the home of the San Francisco 49ers and is home of many other professional teams, including the NFL and NFLPA.
The stadium is located in the heart of the city and is one the most important venues in the entire United States.
In 2018, the stadium hosted the Superbowl, the Olympics, the NFL Super Bowl and the MLB All-Star Game.
Soldier Field The home of one of Major League Baseball’s most famous franchises, the Chicago Cubs, is located on the west side of Chicago.
A venue that has been the home for the NFL since 1984, Soldier Field is also one of Chicago’s most expensive venues to attend.
At $8.6 million, the average cost for the Superdome to host a Super Bowl was $20 million.4.
Candlestick Park The San Francisco Giants’ home stadium is situated just west of downtown San Francisco.
The Giants play their home games at Candlesticker Park, which is one time the largest stadium in the world, with over 2.5 million people inside.
When it comes to stadiums, there are some that are more expensive than others.
The cheapest stadium in 2018, in fact, was the $6.7 million Candlesticks Stadium in New York City.
Levi Stadium This is the main home of Major Leaguers and the Levi’s flagship stadium is one city in the US.
Levi Strauss Field is home for Major League Soccer’s LA Galaxy and is also the home to a huge crowd of sports fans in the city.
Candarello The venue that hosts the MLB World Series and is the stadium that holds the World Series MVP awards, Candarelli is located at the top of the Piers 30-meter high cliff overlooking San Francisco Bay.
This stadium hosts many major sporting events and the weather in Candaretto is pretty spectacular.
Levi Sather Stadium Located in San Francisco, Levi’s is the venue for the NBA’s Golden State Warriors, NHL’s Vancouver Canucks, and other teams.
As the largest city in California, Levi Sampson Stadium is the largest in the country and has a massive capacity.
Levi Field This iconic stadium in San Diego hosts a host of Major league baseball teams including the Los Angeles Dodgers, the Oakland Athletics, and more.
Its one of San Diego’s most popular venues and has seen many sports events, including Super Bowls and MLB All Star games.
Candleno This venue in Chicago hosts the NBA All-Stars Chicago Bulls and the NHL’s Chicago Blackhawks.
The Bulls are known for their iconic red and white colors, and Candlenos red, white and blue colors have been used for several major sporting and sporting memorabilia items.
Candler Park Located on the outskirts of Chicago, Candler park has been a home for many NFL teams including New England Patriots, Dallas Cowboys, Atlanta Falcons, and countless other NFL and NHL teams.
This venue is home on the field for many major sports and has been home to many Super Bowl games and the NBA Finals.
Candl Stadium With over 3 million people packed into the stadium each day, Candl Field is one location in Chicago that attracts an amazing crowd.
For the most part, Candlanes fans will stay at the stadium, but there are a few that will flock to other spots.
Qualcomm Stadium After a huge sellout at Soldier Field in Chicago, the new Qualcomm Stadium is one stadium that can seat over 3.5 times the crowd.
With a capacity of over 6,000 people, Qualcomm Stadium hosts the NFL, NFLPA, NBA, MLB, and World Cup Finals.