The largest stadium in the world
The Rongrado Mae de Stadium the largest stadium in the world in terms of mass capacity, with capacity of 114,000 spectators, with an estimated total area of approximately 206.390 m 2 , located in the Rongra island in the North Korean capital Pyongyang,  It should be It should be noted that the largest public attendance in the history of this stadium was recorded in wrestling competitions in the year 1995 AD, with 190,000 spectators, which is an unprecedented record worldwide. 
The name of the stadium is related to the date of its official opening on May 1, 1989 AD, which witnesses the annual celebration of International Workers' Day,  as it took about two and a half years to build during the period between 1986 AD-1989 AD, and it was recently updated in 2014 AD. Its superstructure was created from 16 pieces, covering parts of the inside and outside the stadium in a distinctive way that resembles a magnolia. 
It is reported that the stadium Rongrado Mai de is used in many international sporting events hosted by North Korea. Such as games of strength and wrestling, and team games at the annual Arirang Festival, in addition to its hosting of international soccer matches for the North Korean soccer team. 
Ranking of the world's largest stadiums by size
The following table shows the descending order of the largest stadiums in the world in various sports in terms of audience capacity, which has a capacity of more than 90,000 spectators:  
|The name of the stadium||The number of individual seats||Stadium location (city, country)|
|Rongrado May D.||114,000||Pyongyang, North Korea|
|Motera Stadium||110,000||Gujarat, India|
|Michigan Stadium||107,601||Michigan, USA|
|Beaver Stadium||106,572||Pennsylvania, USA|
|Ohio Stadium||102,780||Ohio, USA|
|Kyle Field Stadium||102,733||Texas, USA|
|Niland Stadium||102,455||Tennessee, USA|
|Tiger Stadium||102,321||Louisiana, USA|
|Bryant Denny Stadium||101,821||Alabama, USA|
|Daryl K Royal Stadium - Texas Memorial||100,119||Texas, USA|
|Melbourne Cricket Ground||100,024||Melbourne, Australia|
|The Camp Nou stadium||99,354||Barcelona, Spain|
|First National Bank Stadium (FNB)||94,736||Johannesburg, South Africa|
|Sanford Stadium||92,746||Georgia, USA|
|Cotton playground||92,100||Texas, USA|
|Rose Bowl Stadium||90,888||California, USA|
|Stadium and Wembley||90,000||London, UK|
About the world's largest stadiums
The following is the most important information about the world's largest stadiums in various sports in terms of audience capacity:
- Motera Stadium: It is the largest cricket stadium around the world, with a capacity of 110,000 spectators, located in India in the city of Gujarat, and it was officially opened in February of the year 2020 AD, and it should be noted that cricket is the most popular sport in India. 
- Michigan Stadium: It is the largest stadium in the United States of America, and the largest American football stadium around the world in particular, with a capacity of 107,601 spectators, and is located in the United States of America in the state of Michigan, and it was officially opened in 1927 Throughout its history, it witnessed several expansions.  
- Beaver Stadium: , is the second largest stadium in the United States of America, and is the official stadium for the Pennsylvania Nitani Lions American football team and currently accommodates 106,572 spectators, and is located in the state of Pennsylvania. The largest of them was in the year 2001 AD. 
The largest stadiums in the world’s most famous sports
Below is an overview of the largest stadiums in the world at the level of famous international sports: This is in terms of the absorption capacity of the masses: 
- Football: Rongrado Mai de is the largest football stadium in the world.
- Basketball: The Philippine Arena is the largest basketball stadium in the world. With a capacity of 55,000 fans, it is located in the Philippine province of Bulacan, and was officially inaugurated in 2014.
- Tennis: Arthur Ashe Stadium is the largest tennis stadium in the world. With a capacity of 23,771 spectators, it is located in the United States of America in the state of New York, and it was officially inaugurated in 1997.
- Baseball: Dodger Stadium is the largest baseball stadium in the world. With a capacity of 56,000 fans, it is located in Los Angeles, in the United States of America, and was officially inaugurated in 1962.
- Rugby: FNB Stadium, which is called Soccer City, is the largest rugby stadium in the world. With a crowd capacity of 94,736 spectators, it is located in South Africa, specifically in the city of Johannesburg, and was officially inaugurated in 1989 AD  It should be noted that this stadium is also used in football competitions, noting that it was updated in 2009 before the start of the finals. The 2010 FIFA World Cup hosted by South Africa, and he was chosen to host the opening and final matches that year.  
- Auto Racing : Indianapolis Motor Speedway is the largest motorsport circuit in the world. With a capacity of 257,327 spectators, it is located in Indianapolis, the capital of the state of Indiana in the United States of America, and its official opening dates back to the year 1909 AD.
- Horse racing: Tokyo Racecourse (Indianapolis Motor Speedway) is the largest horse racing track in the world in terms of audience capacity. With a capacity of 223,000 spectators, it is located in Japan, specifically in Tokyo, and was officially opened in 1933.
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- ↑ "African great bowled over by Soccer City" , www.fifa.com , 27-10-2009, Retrieved 20-10-2020. Edited.