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The Salt Lake Stadium aka Yuva Bharati Krirangan in Kolkata, India, with a capacity of 120,000 was built in 1984. The stadium has been home to Mohun Bagan AC, Mohammedan Sporting Club, East Bengal FC and the India national football team. It sure is a holy place for football lovers in the country.

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Crazy about #Football? Visit the renowned Old Trafford stadium in #Manchester, England. Do not miss a stadium tour and the museum of ‘Theatre of Dreams’ as you walk through the tunnel to the stadium that has seen the likes of Rooney, Robin Van Persie and Nani showcase their skills on the field.

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Home to Liverpool FC, Anfield is famous across the globe for its stunning atmosphere especially on big game nights. The Spion Kop behind the goal makes it one of the most celebrated stands in the world of football.

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Welcome to San Siro football stadium—home to AC Milan in Italy. Having hosted the Champion’s League final in 2002, this is the arena where every footballer wishes to play once in his lifetime. Visit San Siro, the pride of #Italy!

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Remember Diego Maradona’s famous Hand of God goal? It was the Azteca Stadium in #Mexico City which witnessed this legendary moment in football history. Opened in 1966, the stadium was a part of the 1986 Mexico World cup.

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