Taiwan has what is being touted as the largest solar-powered stadium in the world, the ‘World Games Stadium'. It comes with massive and gigantic solar panels which harnesses all the solar
Allianz Arena – Germany
The Allianz Arena is located in the north of
Estadio Municipal de Aveiro – Portugal
Estádio Municipal de Aveiro is a
Marina Bay Floating Stadium – Singapore
The Float at Marina Bay, also known as Marina Bay Floating Platform, it's 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
Igraliste Batarija - Croatia
Between the fifteenth century fortifications of
Eco Stadium Janguito Malucelli - Brazil
Eco-Stadium Janguito Malucelli, located in Curitiba, is the first eco-stadium in Brazil. It can hold 6,000 people on grass-covered seats. Designers used recycled wood for the construction.
Mmabatho Stadium – South Africa
South Africa Mmabatho Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Mafikeng city and it is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 59,000 people and was designed and built in 1981 by a Russian construction company.
Gospin Dolac – Croatia
Gospin Dolac, built in 1989, it's a stadium in Imotski, Croatia, and serves as home stadium for NK Imotski
Fujieda City Stadium - Japan
The Fujieda City Stadium accommodates 13,000 spectators, for either watching soccer games or having a picnic. Instead of using concrete steps designers created two terraces with grass, where you can sit back and watch the match.
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Stadium – Turkey
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Stadium is a multi-use stadium in the Kasımpaşa neighborhood of Istanbul, Turkey. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Kasımpaşa S.K.. Although the stadium capacity was extended to 13,500 spectators, the stands cover only half of the field, leaving the other half totally exposed to the neighborhood.