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20 Stunning Aerial Photos Of Football Stadiums

By Chris Wright

It’s a bit of a slow day so we’ve prepared a bit of a treat to warm your cockles on this chilly Monday morn, with these 20 stunning birdseye/aerial stadium views for you to peruse at your leisure.

The gallery format may be a bit cumbersome for some tastes, but it’s best you take your time to flick through, there really are some stunning photos of a mixed bag of various football grounds and their immediate environs (as always, click for the full-size images)…

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Currently being redeveloped for the 2014 World Cup, Rio's Maracana Stadium as seen in 2000

(Photos: PA)

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By Chris on January 14th, 2013 in Featured, Photos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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7 Responses to “20 Stunning Aerial Photos Of Football Stadiums”

  1. [...] 20 stunning aerial photos of football grounds – check out the Maracana in Rio [...]

  2. Liam says:

    No KC Stadium… Very odd

  3. usrick says:

    Makes it all the more clear how little character modern stadia have as compared to older parks. A reminder how it’s all about money now.

    Not quite sure why the picture of Carlisle Ground was included – all that was really visible was a pair of nice trees.

  4. kkk says:

    My favorite. The Centanario in Montevideo. With the World’s largest flag unfurled.

    http://mm2.mercafutbol.com/Deportes/F%C3%BAtbol/Noticias/117629/estadio-centenario.jpg

  5. forithaca says:

    Sunderland is in trouble. Not to get all science-y here, but, building a stadium next to a meandering river is pure idiocy. Those things migrate laterally, i.e. the stadium will eventually be in the river.

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