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Most amazing football stadiums in the world

Amazing football stadiumsAmazing football stadiumsAfter the UEFA champions league finale, everyone is keeping an eye on the football stadiums the teams played in. These stadiums are huge, big and utterly amazing. Let us have a look at some of the biggest and stunning football stadiums.

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Cork City and Turners Cross Get ready for Champions League Football

Turners Cross - CorkTurners Cross - CorkWhilst many eyes around the globe are glued to the action at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, in one corner of the Republic of Ireland, football fans are eagerly anticipating international football of a different flavour. This week the draw for the first qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League was held, which paired Cork City with Polish champions, Legia Warsaw.

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Tottenham Could Open New Premier League Season at Wembley if New Stadium Not Ready

New Tottenham Stadium - LondonNew Tottenham Stadium - LondonTottenham Hotspur may ask the Premier League for permission to use Wembley for early home games next season if their new stadium on the site of White Hart Lane is not ready in time. Spurs chairman Daniel Levy remains adamant the ground will be completed and open for the new campaign, yet a deadline for the club to tell Wembley they want to extend their use of the national stadium has been pushed back to mid-June.

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Three Dream Finals That Could Still Happen This Year

Kiev - Olimpiyskiy StadiumKiev - Olimpiyskiy StadiumFor the vast majority of football fans, the game is still all about fantasy. You hope, dream, wish and pray, but you don’t always get what you expect. However, sometimes football throws up the perfect conditions for your team, or a thrilling spectacle as a neutral.

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Premier League Stadiums Introduction

Premier LeaguePremier LeagueHuddersfield Town, Newcastle United and Brighton & Hove Albion were promoted to the Premier League at the end of the 2016/17 season. Both Huddersfield and Brighton were set to make their debut in English football’s top flight with their stadium’s hosting Premier League football for the first time.

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A Look at Russia’s 2018 World Cup Stadiums

Saint Petersburg StadiumSaint Petersburg StadiumNext summer a total of 32 teams will play 65 matches across 12 venues in Russia to decide who will be the 2018 FIFA World Cup winners. The action will start and finish in the 81,000 capacity legendary Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow, with each of the 12 venues hosting an average of 5.3 matches.

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Five Classic Spanish stadiums from the 1982 World Cup

Sevilla - Benito VillamarínSevilla - Benito VillamarínAfter winning the vote to become hosts of the 2018 World Cup, Russia has been a hive of activity preparing for the tournament and most of the twelve venues are completely new constructions, spread amongst eleven host cities. The bidding process has varied considerably over the decades and not without some considerable controversy. Continental rotations applied and then pushed aside, numerous changes in bidding policy and practices; even the widely reported scandals that rocked FIFA following the most recent voting process to choose the 2018 and 2022 hosts.

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