The top 10 best stadiums in the world have been revealed.
Here are the stadiums in each of the five categories.
The World Cup: United States – Miami, FloridaA World Cup game is not played at the Miami Dolphins Stadium in Miami, FL.
The stadium is used by the Miami Marlins baseball team, but the NFL is playing a game at the new stadium in Indianapolis.
United States: Washington Redskins – FedEx FieldThe Redskins are playing the Seattle Seahawks in a pre-season game in FedEx Field.
The United States is the first team to host a World Cup in 2018 and is set to host the 2018 World Cup for the first time.
The Washington Redskins have hosted the World Cup four times since being awarded the right to host it in 2018, and they are the only team in the US to have played the tournament twice.
United Kingdom: Wembley StadiumThe home of the Manchester United Football Club, Wembley Stadium has hosted the Champions League, the Europa League, and the FIFA Club World Cup since hosting the European Championships in 1995.
United State: New York Giants StadiumThe Giants are playing their second consecutive Super Bowl in New York, and are the first club in the NFL to host one.
The New York Mets and New York Jets have played two Super Bowls at the stadium, with the Giants winning in 2009.
United Arab Emirates: Etihad StadiumThe Emirates is the home of Manchester United, and has hosted four of the last six World Cup finals.
United Nations: The Bernabeu stadiumThe Bernabeue stadium is home to football’s governing body FIFA, and is the world’s largest soccer stadium, hosting more than 3,000,000 people.
United South Africa: Accra, ZambiaThe home ground of the South African rugby union team, Accra is the birthplace of the national rugby league team.
United Spain: Zaragoza, SpainThe home pitch of Real Madrid, Spain, is the main stage of the Champions Trophy final between Real Madrid and Barcelona.
The Spanish national team has played a total of 21 World Cup matches in the Zaragozas stadium.
The Netherlands: The Den Bosch StadiumThe Netherlands is one of the top five football stadiums in Europe, and hosts two of the World Cups.
United Saudi Arabia: Al-Shams StadiumThe Saudi Arabian Football Association is the official football venue of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and hosted the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
United Republic of Tanzania: Mzuli StadiumThe stadium in Tanzania is the seat of the local team, the Tambo Njoro Ntshelele, which is the national team of Tanzania.
The Republic of South Africa has hosted a total 15 World Cup games at Mzululi Stadium.
United Brazil: Rio de JaneiroArena Brasil, Rio de PauloThe home stadium of the Brazilian football team, Rio, hosts the Confederations Cup and other international competitions.
The home and away matches for the 2018 and 2022 World Cup have been played at this stadium.
South Korea: Jeju StadiumThe Jeju International Airport is the site of the 2018 Summer Olympics, and hosting matches of the 2016 and 2022 Olympics are also held there.
The South Korean National Team has played three matches at the Jeju stadium, and won in 2018.
The Philippines: Maranan StadiumThe Philippines is the second-largest stadium in the country after Maranan stadium, home to the Manila Giants baseball team.
The team plays three games a week at Maranan in Maranan, but only one of those games has been held at the Maranan Coliseum in Maranda.
The first of the two games was played on April 12, 2017, when the Philippine team defeated Australia 4-0 in the opening match.
The other match was played at Marana Stadium on April 14, 2018.
The two matches have been held since.
Spain: Santiago BernabeuelThe home turf of Spain’s national team, Barcelona, is used for its first match at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium.
Spain has hosted two World Cup final matches at Santiago Bernaba, in the last two years.