there are many materials used to build stadiums but the main materials are stone metal glass.
Most indoor stadiums use AstroTurf and outdoor stadiums use natural grass. Also most use green grass!:)
8 stadiums will be used. The stadiums are in Warsaw, GdaÅ„sk, WrocÅ‚aw and PoznaÅ„ in Poland, and Kiev, Lviv, Donetsk and Kharkiv in Ukraine.
There will be a total of eight stadiums for the 2010 world cup.
The Birds nest will be used for the home of the china football team
It can be used for football matches, as well as live concerts.
no Baseball stadiums are dimond shape while footballs are oval
17 stadiums will be used, because there will be more contries coming to this olimpics. .:Pie Man:.
26 new stadiums would be used for Commonwealth Games 2010.
Floodlights were experimented in Football(Soccer) arount 1878 and they were started in cricket,rugby,Australian rules football arount 1952
The newer ones have really nice meeting rooms that are rented out for business meetings, as well as lounges that are rented out for parties.
Helium is the answer if you don't believe me go on Wikipedia and search blimp.
The length of football pitches vary, but must be between 120m and 90m in length and between 50m and 100m in width. The standard length used in the professional stadiums of the world, like Old Trafford is 105m in length and 68m in width.
10 stadiums in 9 different cities hosted the matches.
The stadiums are used by the Baltimore Orioles of Major League Baseball and the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League
Sports stadiums are also used for various types of events in off seasons. They bring a lot of economic activity to a region, and many businesses surrounding the stadiums depend on this activity to make money.
Slovenia used to be one of the republics of Yugoslavia.
iron is used by many manufacturers around the world to buil stadiums buildings etc
Euros. Slovenia is in the European Union.
International Friendly matches and League games (If there are not enough stadiums for leagues).
When the ancient Greeks used their stadiums, people could sit. These days you are not allowed to sit in most Greek Stadiums because the government is trying to protect these ancient works from too many people.
The U.S. had many stadiums used for soccer, but no designated national stadium.
For night games in the West during the 1950s, a yellow football was used that had a black stripe around each end. The lighting in the stadiums was nowhere as bright as it is today, and a yellow ball was much easier for players, officials and fans to see.