ACCORDING TO 'MONEY' MAGAZINE
The Camp Nou, among the best rated stadiums in Europe
Published:20/01/2022 - 19:52h
Updated:20/01/2022 - 19:52h
The magazine 'Money' has taken into account the evaluations of the users of applications such as TripAdvisor to prepare its ranking of stadiums. The Camp Nou is in second place, tied with the Santiago Bernabéu
Waiting for all the transformations that will suffer the feudo Barcelona with the approval of the Espai Barça for the financiamiento by 1.500 million euros dirigigos to the mejoramiento of the sportive installations of the club, the Camp Nou occupies the second place of the better stadiums valued of the continent, in accordance with the magazine 'Money', that has based in the interactions of the users through applications like Football Ground Map and Google TripAdvisor.
The stadium that reaches the best assessment is the Signal Iduna Park, where the Dortmund contests his parties like venue in one of the best environments to enjoy of a football match. The enclosure, that also was one of the headquarters of the Glass of the World of 2006 contested in Germany, reached an average of 4,57 points on 5, surpassing slightly to the Camp Nou, whose punctuation is of 4,53
The Bernabéu, also in the 'top'
This stair of the podium is shared with the headquarters of the Real Madrid, that also will suffer an important transformation of face to the season 2022-23. The stadium of the whites has reached the 4,53 attained by the feudo Barcelona. With the same qualification appear the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the Sand Nationala of Bucharest the National Stadium of Warsaw and the Millenium Stadium of Cardiff, that housed the final of the Champions of 2017.
The Stadion An der Alten Försterei, house of the Union Berlin, is eighth with 4,5 points, just by in front of the third Spanish stadium in the list, Wanda Metropolitan, remodelled to be the new home of the Athletic of Madrid in 2017 and headquarters of the European final two years later, that also occupies his square between the 10 better with a 4,48 by part of the users.
Other stadiums of elite have remained by out of the 10 better classified. One of them is the Allianz Sand of Munich, house of the Bayern, inaugurated in 2005 and headquarters of the Glass of the World a year afterwards and of the final of the Champions in 2012. Likewise, the Saint Siro/Giuseppe Meazza, shared by the Milan and the Inter; the new Saint Mamés, the Gdansk Sand and the Otkrytie muscovite Sand neither have remained between the best, with a punctuation of 4,43. Further down it situates the Emirates Stadium of the Arsenal with 4,40.