The spirit of FIFA World Coup is present, so we present this top 5 with the best stadiums in Latin America, those stages that encompass the best of technology, architecture , design, luxury and fame:
5. Monumental Stadium: Argentinean soccer symbol in which many finals were played, has a capacity of over 40 thousand people. Despite of its age, this stadium has had several extensions that have allowed it to move forward.
4. Arena da Amazônia: It was specially built to be one of the 12 venues for the FIFA World Cup in 2014 and opened on March 9, 2014. Architect of the project was Ralf Amann, from the German firm GMP. The stadium has a retractable roof and an estimated population of about 42 374 people capacity.
3. La Bombonera: Boca Juniors headquarters with a capacity of more than 50 thousand people. The stadium leads the rivalry of the two top teams of Argentina and the oldest rivalry on the continent: Boca Juniors and River Plate.
Recinto del Boca Juniors con una capacidad de mas de 50 000 personas. La Bombonera lleva la rivalidad de los dos equipos más importantes de Argentina y la rivalidad más vieja del continente: Boca Juniors y River Plate
2. Aztec Stadium: Located in Mexico City and designed by Pedro Ramírez Vázquez, is the third world’s largest football stadium, with a capacity of 105,064 spectators. This stage saw the two best players ever to become world champions Pele and Maradona in 1970 in 1986.
1. Jornalista Mário Filho Stadium (Maracanã): Located in Rio de Janeiro and with a capacity for 88,992 people, the Maracanã stadium hosted the Football World Cup 1950 held in Brazil.