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A national stadium is a stadium, may serve to provide a strong national image to the world. Typically it serves as the primary or exclusive home for one or more of a country's national representative sports teams. The term is most often used in reference to an association football stadium. Usually, a national stadium will be in or very near a country's capital city or largest city. It is generally (but not always) the country's largest and most lavish sports venue. In many but not all cases, it is also used by a club team. Many countries including the United Statesmarker and Germanymarker, do not have a National Stadium designated as such.

A list of national stadiums are:

Afghanistan



Albania



Algeria



Andorra



Angola



Antigua and Barbuda



Argentina



Armenia



Australia

Australia does not have an official national stadium, yet its two biggest stadiums alternate hosting large events are the following:



  • Stadium Australiamarker, currently known under a sponsorship deal as 'ANZ Stadium', the 2000 Sydney Olympic Stadium (rugby league, rugby union, football and occasional Australian rules football). There exists a popular rivalry between ANZ Stadium and the MCG due to lasting rivalries between football codes and the respective cities. There was a strongly implied claim to being the new national stadium when it opened in 1999 with the name 'Stadium Australia'. The only major sport that it does not host events for is cricket, as the Sydney Cricket Ground is a traditional home for the sport.


Austria



Azerbaijan



Bahamas



Bahrain



Bangladesh



Barbados



Belarus



Belgium



Benin



Bermuda



Bhutan



Bolivia



Bosnia and Herzegovina



Botswana



Brazil

Brazil does not have an official national stadium. Large sports events are commonly held in alternate venues.



Brunei Darussalam



Bulgaria



Burkina Faso



Burundi



Cambodia



Cameroon



Canada



Cape Verde



Central African Republic



Chad



Chile



People's Republic of China



Colombia



Republic of the Congo(Congo-Brazzaville)



Democratic Republic of the Congo (Congo-Kinshasa)



Cook Islands



Costa Rica



Côte d'Ivoire



Croatia



Cuba



Cyprus



Czech Republic



Denmark



Djibouti



Dominican Republic



East Timor



Ecuador



Egypt



El Salvador



England



Equatorial Guinea



Eritrea



Estonia



Ethiopia



Faroe Islands



Fiji



Finland



France



Gabon



The Gambia



Georgia



Germany

  • Germany usually plays at different stadiums throughout the country.


Ghana



Greece



Greenland



Grenada



Guatemala



Guinea



Guinea-Bissau



Guyana



Honduras



Hong Kong



Iceland



Indonesia



Iran



India

Republic of Ireland



Israel



Italy



Jamaica



Japan



Republic of Korea



Democratic People's Republic of Korea



Lesotho



Luxembourg



Libya



Liechtenstein



Lithuania



Macedonia



Malaysia



Malta



Martinique



Mexico



Monaco



Morocco



Namibia



Netherlands



New Zealand



Nicaragua



Northern Ireland



Norway



Pakistan



Panama



Paraguay



Peru



Philippines



Poland



Portugal



Romania



Russia



Scotland



Singapore



South Africa



Sweden



Syria



Taiwan



Thailand



Turkey



Ukraine



United States of America

  • No United States national team has a dedicated stadium or arena. National teams will play at different venues throughout the country.


Uruguay



Venezuela



Vietnam



Wales



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