Largest Stadiums in Northern Ireland, UK
Dataset contains 22 data items (see table below).
Which is the largest stadium in Northern Ireland?
The largest stadium in Northern Ireland is Casement Park of Belfast with a maximum seating capacity of 32,000 spectators.The seating capacities of the stadiums in Northern Ireland range from capacities of 5,000 spectators to 32,000 spectators, with the average sports venue being able to host around 12,197.4 spectators.
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Cities with the most large-capacity stadiums
The city with the most large-capacity stadiums is Belfast.
Most recent and oldest stadiums
The most recently opened stadium in UK is Shamrock Park of Portadown in 2008.The oldest stadium in UK is Solitude of Belfast which opened in 1890.The average building ages of the stadiums in UK is 93.0 years old, with the oldest being 132 years old.
Let's check out some of these largest stadiums in Northern Ireland.
Casement Park is the largest stadium by capacity in Northern Ireland.
Casement Park is a stadium located in Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK. Opened in the year 1953, Casement Park's building age is 69 years and has a seating capacity of up to 32,000 spectators.
Home to teams such as Antrim GAA, the stadium hosts events for sports such as hurling, camogie, gaelic football.
Compare Casement Park with East End Park from Dunfermline.
Compare Casement Park with Manchester Regional Arena from Manchester.
Windsor Park is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Windsor Park is a stadium in Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK, which can house a full seating capacity of 18,614 spectators. Windsor Park was opened in the year 1905 (117 years of age).
The stadium is home to Northern Ireland national football team, Linfield F.C. and is a venue for sports such as association football.
Compare Windsor Park with Adams Park from High Wycombe.
Opened in 1892, The Oval is a 130-year-old stadium, with a maximum capacity of 15,000 spectators. It is located in Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK.
The stadium hosts sports events for association football. The Oval is home to teams such as Glentoran F.C.
Compare The Oval with Madejski Stadium from Reading.
Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium.
Opened in 1928, Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium is a 94-year-old stadium, with a maximum capacity of 7,700 spectators. It is located in Derry, Northern Ireland, UK.
The stadium is home to Derry City F.C. and is a venue for sports such as association football.
Compare Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium with Ashton Gate from Bristol.
Compare Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium with St Lawrence Ground from Canterbury.
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