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The 30 most architecturally impressive sports stadiums in the world

The 30 most architecturally impressive sports stadiums in the world

From soccer to sumo wrestling, baseball to bobsleigh, sport is one of the great unifiers in contemporary society – with the occasional great divide thrown in for good measure. Few activities elicit such a fervent response from people, and the passion exhibited by those playing is often at least matched by the excitement of fans and spectators. It’s perhaps no surprise, then, that the worldwide sporting industry has been estimated to be worth as much as a staggering $620 billion by management consultancy A.T. Kearney.
Ten largest multi-purpose stadiums

Ten largest multi-purpose stadiums

The Melbourne Cricket Ground is the first one on this list and it is located in Yarra Park, Melbourne. It is home to the Melbourne Cricket Club. This is the largest stadium in Australia. It also holds the world record for the highest light towers in the world; at a sporting venue that is. It was the main stadium for the Summer Olympics of 1956 and the 2006 Commonwealth Games. The stadium is often referred to as ‘The G’.
Samsung New Zealand partners with Eden Park to enrich fan experience

Samsung New Zealand partners with Eden Park to enrich fan experience

New Zealand’s national stadium, Eden Park, is delighted to announce a new five-year partnership with the world’s leading consumer electronics brand, Samsung Electronics.

 

The partnership announcement comes as Eden Park plays host to two test matches in New Zealand’s most anticipated rugby tour since 2005.