14) Stade Pierre-Mauroy-$322 Million

Stade Pierre-Mauroy stadium is located in Villeneuve d’Ascq, near Lille, France. The total cost of the entire Eiffage project was €618 million, including €282 million ($322 million) for the stadium, €42 million for additional development (like parking, hotels, etc) and €96 million to ensure that the stadium meets seismic standards.

Stade Pierre-Mauroy

13) Tele2 Arena-$330 Million

Tele2 Arena is a multi-purpose stadium located in Stockholm Globe City, Sweden. It is usually used for football matches and concerts. The Arena construction cost was SEK 2.7 billion ($330 million).

Tele2 Arena

12) Stade de France-$335 Million

Located just north of Paris, the Stade de France is the national stadium of France. It is the sixth largest stadium in Europe and can seat 81,338 people. It was built for the 1998 FIFA World Cup. It cost €290 million ($335 million).

Stade de France

11) Friends Arena-$342 Million

This retractable roof multi-purpose stadium is the Sweden’s national stadium for football. Located in Solna, Stockholm, this hi-tech stadium has 92 executive suites and can comfortably seat 50,653 people. The cost of construction of this stadium was estimated to be SEK 2.3 billion, but is finally cost SEK 2.8 billion ($342 million).

Friends Arena
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