What stadiums were used in the 1966 World Cup?

What stadiums were used in the 1966 World Cup?

Cities and stadiums

  • London (Wembley Stadium and White City Stadium)
  • Birmingham (Villa Park)
  • Liverpool (Goodison Park)
  • Manchester (Old Trafford)
  • Sheffield (Hillsborough Stadium)
  • Sunderland (Roker Park)
  • Middlesbrough (Ayresome Park)

Which stadium is the biggest in Nigeria?

Lagos National Stadium

Stadium Capacity City
Lagos National Stadium 55,000 Lagos
Jos International Stadium 44,000 Jos
Adokiye Amiesimaka Stadium 38,000 Port Harcourt
Muhammadu Dikko Stadium 35,000 Katsina

Is Maracana the biggest stadium in the world?

What is beyond dispute is that Maracanã overtook Hampden Park as the largest stadium in the world. Despite the stadium’s unfinished state, FIFA allowed matches to be played at the venue, and on 24 June 1950, the first World Cup match took place, with 81,000 spectators in attendance.

How many stadiums are there in Saudi Arabia?

Current stadiums

Stadium Location Current Capacity
King Fahd International Stadium Riyadh 67,000
King Abdullah Sports City Stadium Jeddah 62,241
Prince Mohamed bin Fahd Stadium Dammam 36,000
King Abdul Aziz Stadium Mecca 33,195

What stadiums did England play in 1966 World Cup?

Group 1 matches (which included the hosts) were all played in London: five at Wembley, which was England’s national stadium and was considered to be the most important football venue in the world; and one at White City Stadium in west London, which was used as a temporary replacement for nearby Wembley.

Where is the old Wembley Stadium?

London, England
Wembley Stadium (1923)

Former names Empire Stadium British Empire Exhibition Stadium
Location Wembley, London, England
Coordinates 51°33′20″N 0°16′47″WCoordinates: 51°33′20″N 0°16′47″W
Owner Wembley Company

How many stadium do Nigeria have?

Stadiums In Nigeria: All 62 Listed With Capacity And Home Teams.

Which is the biggest stadium in Saudi Arabia?

King Fahd International Stadium

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Location Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Capacity 68,752