Soccer, which is another word for Association football or football, is a field sport which is played between two teams consisting of eleven players each. This sport is played using a spherical ball and is one of the most popular sports across the world as it is played in over 200 countries. Soccer has been around as a sport for centuries now and there are many really old soccer stadiums in the world.
A soccer stadium consists of a rectangular field with goals posts on either side and an arena for spectators to watch the game. The following is a list of the oldest soccer stadiums in the world:
Stamford Bridge is the oldest soccer stadium in the world and is located in Fulham, London. This stadium opened in the year 1877. Opened in 1884, Anfield is another oldest soccer stadium and is located in Liverpool, England.
Another stadium which has been around for decades is the Kings Park Stadium in Durban, South Africa. This stadium was opened in 1891.
Some other oldest of soccer stadiums include St James Park in England, Celtic Park in Scotland, Goodison Park in England, Villa Park in England, Parc des Princes in France, Hillsborough stadium in England and Ibrox stadium in Scotland, UK.