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5 Strange Stadiums Around the World

5 Strange Stadiums Around the World

1. Floating Stadium Marina Bay in Singapore

The Float at Marina Bay, also known as Marina Bay Floating Platform (Chinese), is the world’s largest floating stage. It is located on the waters of the Marina Reservoir, in Marina Bay, Singapore.
Made entirely of steel, the floating platform on Marina Bay measures 120 metres long and 83 metres wide, which is 5% larger than the soccer field at the National Stadium. The platform can bear up to 1,070 tonnes, equivalent to the total weight of 9,000 people, 200 tonnes of stage props and three 30-tonne military vehicles. The gallery at the stadium has a seating capacity of 30,000 people.  

2. Sample Housing Showground Stadium in Japan

Osaka Stadium was a stadium in Naniwa-ku, Osaka, Japan. It was primarily used for baseball and was home of the Nankai Hawks until they moved to the Heiwadai Stadium in 1988.
TheOsaka stadium was abandoned for baseball and soon converted to sample housing showground. The stadium was demolished in 1998 and and shopping center is build on that location.

3. Eco-Stadium – The Stadium without concrete

Here’s the funniest stadium ever, Eco-Stadium Janguito Malucelli, in Curitiba, Brazil. Became famous for being the first “green stage” of Brazil, his main stand was built with chairs placed on top of a hill, without the use of concrete. Therefore, the stage is also called Eco-Stadium.  

4. The stadium carved out of a mountainside

Estadio Municipal de Braga (English: Braga Municipal Stadium) is a football stadium in Braga, Portugal
The stadium was carved off a quarry (Monte Castro) that overlooks the city of Braga. Stands run only along both sides of the pitch. Behind the goal at one end are the rock walls of the quarry and at the other is an open view over the city sprawling in the distance. Each stand is covered with a canopy-style roof, and both are connected to each other across the pitch by dozens of steel strings, a design inspired by ancient South American Inca bridges.
The enormous rock moving process contributed heavily to the final €83.1 million cost, more than any other of the ten new stadiums built for Euro 2004.
The stadium is often considered one of the most original and beautiful stadiums in the world  

5. The Stadium next to the Sea

Vesturi a Eioinum Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Vágur, Faroe Islands. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of VB Vágur. The stadium holds 3,000 people.
There’s also a guy in a boat that collects the balls that fall into the sea during a match.

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