22) PGE Arena Gdansk-$245 Million

The PGE Arena Gdansk is a UEFA Category 4 Stadium. This football stadium is located in Gdansk, Poland. It is the home stadium of Polish football club Lechia Gdansk. It is the largest arena in Ekstraklasa. The stadium, which was opened in 2011, can seat 43,615 people. It is 236 meters long, 203 meters wide and 45 meters high. The stadium’s exterior is designed to resemble amber. The roof construction is based on 82 girders. The arena cost PLN 863 million ($245 million).

PGE Arena Gdansk
via pgearena.gdansk.pl

21) Arena Nationala-$268 Million

This football stadium is located in Bucharest, Romania. It was built for the Romania national football team. It hosted the 2012 UEFA Europa League Final. The UEFA Elite Category 4 stadium has 42 executive suites and can seat 55,634 spectators. It has floodlight facility. The retractable roof of the stadium can be opened or closed in 15 minutes. Arena Nationala cost €234.5 million ($268 million) and has parking space for 2,100 vehicles.

Arena Nationala
via gmp-architekten.de

20) ESPRIT Arena-$274 Million

This multi-functional football stadium is located in Düsseldorf, Germany. It has heating system and closable roof. The stadium can comfortably seat 54,600 spectators. Construction cost €240 million ($274 Million).

via wikipedia.org
via wikipedia.org

19) Allianz Riviera-$280 Million

Allianz Riviera is mostly used for football matches. It is located in Nice, France. The stadium has a seating capacity of 35,624 people. It cost an estimated €245 million ($280 million).

Allianz-Riviera-Nice-France