20 Amazing Rugby Stadiums You Must Visit Before You Die
Still trying to fill up your bucket list? Look no further than this ultimate guide to rugby stadiums across the globe.
Here are the 20 rugby stadiums from around the world that you MUST see before you die…
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Rugby Stadiums You Must Visit:
1. Twickenham, London – 82,000
national team matches, the English leg of the IRB Sevens World Series and club rugby finals. Twickers’ has been the home of English rugby since 1907, with the first international at the ground seeing England defeat Wales 11-6 in January 1910. Twickenham has been redeveloped many times over the years into the world-class stadium it is today.
2. Ellis Park, Johannesburg – 62,000
Ellis Park Stadium, or Coca-Cola Park, as it was recently renamed after sponsorship agreements, has been the stage for many unforgettable rugby matches in the South Africa, primarily when the Springboks were famously crowned as Rugby World Cup champions in 1995.
3. Eden Park, Auckland – 50,000
Kiwis love their sport with the most popular sports being rugby in the winter and cricket in the summer and Eden Park has been hosting both for over a hundred years.
4. Newlands, Cape Town – 51,900
A stadium steeped in history. Always enjoy going to watch a rugby game there. The atmosphere is electric.
5. Velez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires – 49,540 spectators
The original, temporary stadium was built between 1941 and 1943 in wood, and the current facility was built in cement between 1947 and 1951. A unique experience.