The world's largest stadiums

Updated 2115 GMT (0515 HKT) December 10, 2013
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Barcelona is considering leaving its Nou Camp stadium, where it has played since 1957. The Catalan ground is the largest stadium in Europe with a current capacity of 98,772, but it falls behind other sporting arenas from around the world. David Ramos/Getty Images/file
The Rungnado May Day Stadium in Pyongyang is the largest in the world.
It has a capacity of 150,000 and is pictured here during the Arirang Festival.
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The University of Michigan's stadium in Ann Arbor is the third largest in the world. When its full, it houses 109,901 Michigan Wolverines fans. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images/file
Beaver Stadium is another giant arena used by a school team. The Penn State Nittany Lions can be backed by up to 106,000 supporters. Rob Carr/Getty Images/file
The home of Mexican football, the 105,000-capactiy Estadio Azteca hosted the 1970 and 1986 World Cup finals. Ronaldo Schemidt/AFP/Getty Images/file