Largest Stadiums in Wales, UK
Which is the largest stadium in Wales?
The largest stadium in Wales is Millennium Stadium of Cardiff with a maximum seating capacity of 73,971 spectators.The seating capacities of the stadiums in Wales range from capacities of 5,000 spectators to 73,971 spectators, with the average sports venue being able to host around 14,454.6 spectators.
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Cities with the most large-capacity stadiums
The city with the most large-capacity stadiums is Cardiff.
Most recent and oldest stadiums
The most recently opened stadium in UK is Cardiff City Stadium of Cardiff in 2009.The oldest stadium in UK is Racecourse Ground of Wrexham which opened in 1807.The average building ages of the stadiums in UK is 87.1 years old, with the oldest being 215 years old.
Let's check out some of these largest stadiums in Wales.
Millennium Stadium is the largest stadium by capacity in Wales.
Millennium Stadium is a stadium located in Cardiff, Wales, UK. Opened in the year 1999, Millennium Stadium's building age is 23 years and has a seating capacity of up to 73,971 spectators.
The stadium hosts sports events for rugby union, rugby league, association football, boxing. Millennium Stadium is home to teams such as Wales national rugby union team
Cardiff City Stadium is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in Wales.
Located in Cardiff, Wales, UK, Cardiff City Stadium is a stadium which can accommodate up to 33,280 spectators. Cardiff City Stadium was opened in the year 2009 (13 years of age).
Home to teams such as Cardiff City F.C., Wales national football team, the stadium hosts events for sports such as association football.
Opened in 2008, Parc y Scarlets is a 14-year-old stadium, with a maximum capacity of 14,870 spectators. It is located in Llanelli, Wales, UK.
Home to teams such as Scarlets, Llanelli RFC, Llanelli A.F.C.*, the stadium hosts events for sports such as rugby union, association football.
Located in Newport, Wales, UK, Rodney Parade is a stadium which can accommodate up to 11,676 spectators. Rodney Parade was opened in the year 1877 (145 years of age).
Home to teams such as Newport RFC, Dragons Newport County FC, the stadium hosts events for sports such as rugby union, association football.
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