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4) Bukit Jalil National Stadium – Capacity: 100,200
The stadium was built for the 1998 Commonwealth Games in Malaysia. Situated in Kuala Lumpar, the stadium is owned by the Malaysian government. Whilst initially used for athletics the main usage of the stadium now is by the Malaysian national team. A number of domestic football fixtures such as the Malaysian FA Cup final also take place at the stadium which has a reputation for being one of the most structurally impressive ever built.
3) Estadio Azteca – Capacity: 105,000
The Estadio Azteca of Mexico City is the largest stadium in the world used solely for football. It is also a stadium steeped in history. The stadium has twice hosted the World Cup final in both 1970 and 1986, the only stadium to hold that honour. When it isn’t hosting World Cup finals the ground is home to the Mexican national team and Club América football club.