Cities by Soccer Stadium

Name the cities that are home to these famous soccer stadiums.
If multiple answers fit, guess the most famous
One of these stadiums is used for other sports more commonly than soccer
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Last updated: October 21, 2016
First submittedMay 31, 2014
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Stadium
City
Wembley Stadium
London
Camp Nou
Barcelona
Old Trafford
Manchester
Estadio Azteca
Mexico City
Santiago Bernabéu
Madrid
Croke Park
Dublin
Estádio da Luz
Lisbon
Allianz Arena
Munich
Azadi Stadium
Tehran
Ibrox Stadium
Glasgow
Stadium
City
Juventus Stadium
Turin
El Monumental
Buenos Aires
Estadio Centenario
Montevideo
Estádio do Maracanã
Rio de Janeiro
Anfield Stadium
Liverpool
Rungnado May Day Stadium
Pyongyang
San Siro
Milan
Signal Iduna Park
Dortmund
Luzhniki Stadium
Moscow
FNB Stadium
Johannesburg
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Level 53
Jun 14, 2014
Nice quiz, I didn't go very good.
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Level 80
Jun 14, 2014
Since I'd only ever heard of one of these before, I adopted the same strategy I did for the previous famous stadiums quiz (guessing cities famous for sports) and ended up getting 15.

Pyongyang occurred to me but I thought, "no way," and didn't even try it. Since only 10% got that one right I think that I was correct in assuming that there were no famous soccer stadiums there.
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Level 72
Nov 12, 2014
I adopted the same strategy. Only got thirteen though. Although I got Tehran. Not sure why that city came to mind, but hey... I thought it was strange that Johannesburg was the only African stadium. Although Nigeria, Algeria, and Ghana are traditionally pretty good, do they not have any good stadiums? I'm guessing not.
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Level 66
Jul 31, 2018
Azadi is freedom in Persian, the famous Tehran tower is also named Azadi, you probably saw it somewhere.
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Level 82
Nov 20, 2015
That strategy got me 18. Missed Dortmund (yes the team is famous, but I guessed a zillion other German cities) and Pyongyang (Seoul wasn't close enough).
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Level 66
Jul 31, 2018
The sponsors are the main problem, I know that stadium as Westfalen, but now everything has changed. The same thing with NBA arenas.
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Level 48
Dec 13, 2015
Same here, I knew Wembley and that's it. Guessed a bunch of cities to get 11 more. (Ya I'm a dumb American who doesn't like soccer ok?)
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Level 32
Jun 14, 2014
Isn't Rungnado May Day the largest football stadium in the world?
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Level 47
Jun 14, 2014
I thought it was and according to Wikipedia it is (by seating capacity). Strange that they list the sporting events for it as football, athletics, mass games, and executions.
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Level 47
Jun 14, 2014
and no I am not kidding: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_stadiums_by_capacity
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Level 88
Feb 12, 2015
Looks like it has since been removed.
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Level 33
Jun 15, 2014
It's just Anfield. It sounds awkward adding Stadium to the end of it.
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Level 52
Jan 13, 2015
Agreed
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Level 78
Jun 26, 2017
Yep, it's simply called "Anfield". Walk out the tunnel to the pitch, and you'll walk under a sign that says, "This is Anfield". I've literally never heard it called Anfield Stadium.
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Level 69
Jun 16, 2014
Croke Park is NOT a soccer stadium although it has hosted football games. The stadium is owned by the GAA(Gaelic Athletic Association)
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Level 71
Apr 8, 2015
I got a few :/
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Level 60
Feb 15, 2016
Anyone interested in English Football take my quiz here http://www.jetpunk.com/user-quizzes/134559/english-cities-with-multiple-football-teams few more on my page
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Level 37
Nov 29, 2016
San Siro? Last I checked the region was San Siro and the stadium was the Stadio Giuseppe Meazza.
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Level 64
Aug 18, 2017
San Siro and Giuseppe Meazza are actually the same stadium. It was founded as San Siro, which is the name of the neighbourhood, and later the official name changed to Giuseppe Meazza. Most of the milanese population still calls it San Siro, but since at the time that was the real name it would get mostly AC Milan games, the most fanatic Internazionale fans like to call it by the current official name, Meazza.
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Level 44
Dec 21, 2016
Crome park is a gaa stadium not a soccer stadium
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Level 40
Feb 11, 2017
Croke Park isn't a soccer stadium
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Level 61
Apr 7, 2017
Quite disappointed there was no US cities. I was kind of expecting one since the name of the quiz says "soccer" and not "football"
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Level 59
Oct 8, 2017
This being a soccer stadium quiz, it seems strange that some major worldwide soccer stadiums are not featured and instead it does feature stadiums in Ireland, North Korea and South Africa.
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Level 65
Dec 16, 2019
Is hosting a world cup final not classed as major?
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Level 35
Mar 10, 2018
Don't get me started on the whole "football" "soccer" thing.Football and Soccer are the same game !!!
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Level 66
Feb 19, 2020
Indeed. One is the (mainly) US way of calling it, and the other is the right way. ;P
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Level 23
Mar 10, 2018
Nice quiz, thank you.
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Level 47
Mar 10, 2018
Croke Park has not been used as a soccer stadium since 2009
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Level 70
Feb 13, 2020
Juventus Stadium probably needs to be swapped out. I would have thought the clue was too big. And Croke Park...Lansdowne Road/Aviva Stadium is the one you are looking for. Croke Park very very rarely hosts soccer matches.
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Level 61
Feb 13, 2020
Got them all except for the FNB Stadium. As a long time Australian football fan, I remembered the Azadi and Estadio Centenario because we have played world cup finals play offs in both those stadiums.
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Level 50
Mar 6, 2020
Took me a good 2 minutes to guess where the FNB stadium is
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Level 56
Apr 17, 2020
Too much west centric, you forgot one of the largest soccer stadiums in the world~ Salt Lake Stadium