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The World’s Most Amazing Stadiums

Sports has never been just about playing; it's likewise about spectating. The start-up of the football season will see huge numbers of us once more travel everywhere throughout the nation (and Europe) in help of our clubs - and we adore it. On the off chance that we didn't have these wonderfully developed fields composed particularly to oblige our live survey involvement, don just wouldn't be the same. Regardless of what the sports is, the fans are everything, to a club's help as well as to the general air produced at a brandishing installation. It appears to be just right, in this way, that stadiums exist to encourage enormous crowds, unite fans and groups, and at last improve the whole display of live sports; an affair that, to many, can't be beaten.

The World’s Most Amazing Stadiums
The World’s Most Amazing Stadiums


# Borisov Arena, Borisov, Belarus.


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Borisov Arena, Borisov, Belarus.

Borisov Arena is the home stadium of FC BATE Borisov and the Belarus national football team with a capacity of 13,126 seats. Designed by Slovenian company OFIS Arhitekti, the arena forms a unified rounded dome, giving the impression of a single enclosed object. The Skin of the dome gives an impression of a fragile stretched perforated textile pulled over the stadium skeleton.


Key facts

Club: BATE Borisov | Opening: 2014 | Capacity: 13,126 seats


History and description

The Borisov Arena is the recently opened new home of BATE Borisov and the temporary standard playing venue of the Belarus national team.
BATE started exploring the possibility of building a new stadium following their success in reaching the group stages of the Champions and Europea League in 2008 and 2009. Since their home ground, Haradzki Stadyon, in Barysaw did not meet UEFA requirements, they had to play their European games in nearby Minsk.
Construction of the new arena started in 2010 and was completed 3.5 years later. The Borisov Arena officially opened on 3 May 2014 with the Belarus Cup final between Neman Grodno and Shakhtyor Soligorsk (0-1).
The Borisov Arena has also become the standard playing venue of the Belarus national team while Dinamo Stadium is undergoing major redevelopment works.


How to get to the Borisov Arena

The Borisov Arena is located on the south-western edge of the small city of Barysaw (Borisov). It lies a little over 4 kilometres from Revolution Avenue in Barysaw’s city centre and a kilometre more from the main rail station.
You can get to the stadium with bus 10 or 10a. Catch the bus from the main rail station or Revolution Avenue and get off at stop Borisov Arena. Bus 9 and 9a are alternatives that run along Haharyna (Gagarina) street west of the city centre to the north of the city.
Trains run from Minsk Pasazyrski station to Barysaw that take just under an hour to arrive. There is a decent number of trains a day but not too frequent so it’s worthing checking timetables first.

Even less frequent regional trains depart from Minsk Uschodni station that also stop at station Piacynski (Pechynski), which lies about a kilometre south of the Borisov Arena (15-minute walk). The slower journey takes about half an hour longer.
Barysaw’s coach station is located closer to the arena, roughly 2.5 kilometres, which is just at walking distance (30 minutes), or catch bus 9, 9a, 10, or 10a that run along Gagarina street.


Address: г. Борисов, ул. Гагарина, 119 

The Bird’s Nest, Beijing.

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The Bird’s Nest, Beijing.


The Chinese National Stadium was the 2008 Olympic Games’ most striking structure, recognized all over the world. The circular shape of the stadium represents ‘heaven’ and the structural form of the stadium is popularly described as a ‘bird’s nest’, with its pattern inspired by Chinese-style ‘crazed pottery’.


Key facts
·         The bird’s nest can withstand an earthquake of up to magnitude 8 on the Richter Scale.
·         At the peak of construction there were over 9,000 workers on the project.
·         The project budget began at $500M before it was drastically reduced to just under $300M.


History and description
The Beijing National Stadium is a defining piece of architecture for 21st Century China. The Olympics have ushered in a new era in Chinese construction history and nothing symbolizes this better than the Bird’s Nest, with its dramatic visual impact and stylistic cues that blend modern steel construction with forms found in nature. The stadium is unique from its look to its operating systems and construction; part of the reason it is such an intriguing building.  The core building systems had to perfectly match the design symmetry and visual look of the stadium, while providing high quality, efficient operations to match the Beijing Olympics’ environmentally-friendly theme. This bold and innovative design successfully combines aspects from China’s past and present, and has been called a “culture-defining landmark”


How to get to the Bird’s Nest, Beijing

Subway: Subway line 8 (Olympic Special Line): get off at Olympic Sports Center Station, and get off from Exit B1 or B2 and walk north.

Bus:Take bus no. 82, 538 or 611 and get off at National Stadium East Station.
Take bus no. 18, 108, 124, 207, 328, 380, 387, 409, 426, 558, 653, 694, 758, 803, 849, 985 or 2 and get off at National Olympic Sports Center East Gate Station.
Take bus no. 84 or 407 and get off at National Olympic Sports Center West Gate Station.


Address: located in the Olympic Green, Chaoyang District, Beijing



Olympiastadion, Munich.


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Olympiastadion, Munich.


Olympiastadion (Olympic Stadium) was constructed to host the Olympic Games of 1972. The roof is like an umbrella over landscaped grounds. It seems light, open and inviting. lt covers the sports areas and parts of the park in large sweeps.



Key facts
The architects Günther Behnisch and Frei Otto were responsible for outlining and building the stadium would have the Olympic Games in Munich 1972. They raised a lightweight structure where pressures are invalidated by an arrangement of backings and links, permitting both economy and new way. They spearheaded the utilization of scientific figurings in view of computational methods to decide the shape and conduct of the surface of the cover. Otto needed to adjust their plan to the biased shape above for the victor Günther Behnisch.



History and description
In 1916, Berlin was selected to host the VI Olympic Games, but the event was suspended for the initiation of World War II. The city was rewarded in 1936 to host the eleventh edition of the Games, the last before the long hiatus caused by the outbreak of World War II and marked by notable war conditions.
In 1972 the honor was awarded to another German city, Munich, far and warlike atmosphere around the Games were overshadowed this time by a terrorist attack. When there were six days for the completion of the Games, eight Arab commands gained access to the Olympic Village, killing two members of the Israeli Olympic representation and seizing nine others hostage, the group demanded the release of 234 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails and two imprisoned in Germany and Egypt transfer insurance. Israel’s response was immediate and overwhelming: there would be no negotiation. That night the hostages were killed in a shootout between terrorists and police in West Germany, at a military airport.

The Olympics were only suspended for one day, September 5, to pay tribute at the Olympic Stadium athletes killed before the abandonment of the Israeli delegation to the competition.


How to get to Olympiastadion, Munich
By U-Bahn
Line U3 direction Moosach, via Olympia center about 10 minutes Walk to the Olympic Park.

By Tram
Line 20 and 21 station Olympiapark West
Line 27 stops Petuelring

By Bus
Line 173 to Olympic Centre
Line 144 to Spiridon-Louis-Ring
Lines 173, 177 and 178 for Petuelring

Address: Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25, München






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