The biggest stadiums in the world are usually football stadiums. In North America, college football and soccer stadiums have the largest capacity while soccer stadiums have the greatest capacity in other continents. For the purpose of this article, we are not including racing facilities—auto or horse—because those stadiums often include standing room for the majority of their fans and may not have legitimate seat counts.
Rungrado May Day Stadium
This 150,000-seat stadium is located in Pyongyang, North Korea and was built in 1989. It is one of the most beautiful of all the stadiums built since the mid-1980s, resembling a blossoming flower when it is looked at from above. It is used regularly for soccer and it was once filled by 190,000 fans for a professional wrestling event.