The Brazilian eco stadium became the first “green” stadium in the world. Its main tribune is made of stairs that are sustained by a hill, without any concrete sustaining them. Moreover, the benches that are destined to the coaches, the technical teams and the players, are nothing more but some constructions made of trees. It has a total capacity of 6000 places and the designers used just recycled wood for its construction.
The National Stadium of the Faeroe Island is located near the sea. Looking at a picture of the stadium, it seems incredible that something like this can exist. It looks like a fantasy of a child. One border of this stadium is located at just couple of meters away from the water. You can easily guess that the football ball easily gets into the water.
Built entirely of steel, the floating platform of the Marina Bay has a total surface of 118 meters length and 82 meters width. It is the biggest floating scene in the world and it is located on the waters of the Marina reservoir. The gallery of the stadium, unlike the actual field, is situated on the ground. It has a total capacity of 30000 seats.
Taiwan has the biggest solar panels stadium – the “World Games Stadium”. It is built of gigantic solar panels that gather the necessary electricity to lighten the stadium. The roof has a total dimension of 14155 square meters and it uses almost 1.4 GW of electricity yearly. When it is not used, almost 805 of the nearby locations and buildings, can use the electricity it generates.
The Estadio Municipal de Aveiro is located in Aveiro, Portugal. It was created for the European Football Championship from 2004. It has a special design – with a wide range of colors and eccentric ornaments. The chairs are in different colors, but not in a certain order. Even when it is empty, it creates the feeling of a continuous party.