Super-Stadiums Worth Visiting in the US

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Stadiums around the globe are sometimes ignored by visitors, not knowing that they represent a spectacular construction and are sometimes considered to be among the city’s most memorable places, where many nations celebrate their biggest sports accomplishments. 

Mercedes-Benz Stadium Atlanta, Georgia 

The Mercedes-Benz Stadium is one of the newest stadiums in the United States, the home of the Atlanta United in the MLS and Atlanta Falcons in the NFL. Built only a street away from the old Georgia Dome, the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium has a capacity of 71,000 seats for NFL matches and 42,000 for MLS. The construction costs were around $1.6 billion. 

Michigan Stadium, Michigan  

The largest stadium in the US and 2nd largest on the planet, The Big House is used for NCAA College Football, graduations and sometimes soccer matches. Built in 1927, the stadium had a 72,000 capacity but the number has risen up since then to 107,601 spectators. In 2014, 109,318 spectators showed up to watch a soccer game! A hundred thousand people in one place is certainly a great reason to visit! 

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Yankee Stadium, New York 

The legendary stadium and home of the New York Yankees – the most known sport team in the US – was built over the old stadium back in 2009. Yankee Stadium is the most expensive stadium ever built with a total cost of $2.3 billion. 

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