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    1. Wembley Stadium – London, England: $ 1.5 billion

    The Wembley stadium is a football stadium located in Wembley Park on the site of the previous 1923 structure, and is the second largest stadium in Europe and serves as England’s national stadium. It’s designed by Foster and Partners and also Populous, it includes a partially retractable roof.

    2. Olympic Stadium – Montreal, Canada: $ 1.4 billion

    The Olympic Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium, located in Hochelaga-Maisonnevenue district of Montreal. It has no main tenant, and with a history of financial and structural problems, is largely seen as a white elephant.

    3. Madison square garden – New York, USA: $ 1.1 billion

    Madison Square Garden is the third busiest arena in the world in terms of ticket sales, behind only M.E.N. Arena, Manchester and the The O2 Arena, London both in England. It is a multipurpose indoor arena, and located at 8th Avenue.

    4. Stade de France – Paris, France: $ 974 million

    The Stade de France is the national stadium of France, located in the Parisian suburb of Saint-Denis. It serves as a second home facility to Stade Francais, Paris main rugby club. The facility is owned and operated by the Consortium Stade de France, ans is also used for music concerts and other sporting events.

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    5. Rogers Centre – Toronto, Canada: $ 930 million

    The stadium was renamed as “Rogers Centre” following the purchase of the stadium by Rogers Communications which also owns the Toronto Blue Jays in 2005. It often be used for any events such as trade fairs, concerts, conventions, fun fairs and monster truck shows.

    6. The Emirates Stadium – London, England: $ 770 million

    The Emirates Stadium was opened in July 2006. It is a football stadium located in Holloway in the London Borough of Islington and is the current home of Arsenal FC, and has 60,353 capacity in an all seated.

    7. Soldier Field – Chicago, US: $ 714 million

    The Soldier Field is located in Chicago exactly on Lake Shore Drive, and is currently home to the NFL’s Chicago Bears. This stadium became the smallest stadium in the NFL when the Indianapolis Colts moved out of the RCA Dome and into Lucas Oil Stadium in 2008.

    8. Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, US: $ 675 million

    The Lucas Oil Stadium is a major site for conventions, exhibitions, trade shows and NCAA basketball competition. The roof can be opened or closed in approximately nine minutes, and the uniqueness makes it exceptionally flexible for both indoor and outdoor events.

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    9. Safeco Field – Seattle, US: $ 656 million

    The Safeco field is located in Seattle, Washington, is a retractable roof baseball stadium. The stadium is the home stadium of the the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball (MLB), the owned and operated by Washington-King Country Stadium Authority.

    10. ANZ Stadium – Sydney, Australia: $ 624 million

    The ANZ stadium known as Telstra Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium which is located in the Sydney Olympic Park precinct of Homebush Bay. It has since then hosted the 2003 Rugby World Cup Final as well as the National Rugby League grand final annually.

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