Top 10 Most Expensive Stadiums In The World – Infographic

From Los Angeles to Las Vegas, from Singapore to London, here are the most expensive stadiums in the world. The perfect bucket list of sports venues for once lockdown is over, along with some interesting facts including construction time, cost accounted for inflation and capacity for different event types.

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10 Most Expensive Stadiums Infographic

1. SoFi Stadium

$5.5 Billion (Inflation Adjusted) – California, United States – Opened 2020

Scheduled to host Super Bowl LVI, College Football Playoff National Championship 2023, Wrestlemania 39 and the 2028 Olympic Ceremonies.

2. MetLife Stadium 

$1.99 Billion (Inflation Adjusted) – New Jersery, United States – Opened 2010

When completed in 2010, MetLife Stadium was the most expensive stadium ever built in America. Owned by MetLife Stadium Company.

3. Allegiant Stadium 

$1.90 Billion (Inflation Adjusted) – Nevada, United States – Opened 2020

Located in Paradise, Nevada the domed stadium is home to Las Vas Raiders of the NFL and the University of Nevada Rebels college team.

4. Wembley Stadium 

$1.85 Billion (Inflation Adjusted) – London, United Kingdom – Opened 2007

The original Wembley Stadium (1923) was demolished in 2002-2003. The new stadium opened in 2007 and hosts England National team.

5. Yankee Stadium 

$1.79 Billion (Inflation Adjusted) – New York, United States – Opened 2009

Replacing the original stadium in 2009, the Yankee stadium is the second largest in Major League Baseball. Host to NY Yankees and NY City FC.

6. AT&T Stadium 

$1.76 Billion (Inflation Adjusted) – Texas, United States – Opened 2009

Replacing the original stadium in 2009, the Yankee stadium is the second largest in Major League Baseball. Host to NY Yankees and NY City FC.

7. Mercedes-Benz Stadium 

$1.56 Billion (Inflation Adjusted) – Atlanta, United States – Opened 2017

Replacing the Georgia Dome in 2017, the Mercedes-Benz Stadium hosts the Atlanta Falcons (NFL) and Atlanta United (MLS).

8. Singapore National Stadium 

$1.41 Billion (Inflation Adjusted) – Kallang, Singapore – Opened 2014

The Singapore National Stadium replaces the original which was closed in 2007 and demolished in 2010. The stadium hosts major football matches.

9. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

The Tottenham Hotspur stadium replaces White Hart Lane. It features the world’s first retractable pitch, revealing a synthetic turf for NFL games.

$1.33 Billion (Inflation Adjusted) – London, England – Opened 2019

10. Optus Stadium

$1.17 Billion (Inflation Adjusted) – Perth, Australia – Opened 2017