The 5 Most Expensive Stadiums On Earth

By on April 3, 2012 in ArticlesEntertainment

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The bigger the stadium, the better the sports team, right? Although that may not always ring true, sports organizations spend a lot of money on impressive stadiums to keep fans piling in.

If you've visited any of the following five stadiums—Tell your friends you've watched a game (or match) at one of the world's most expensive stadiums.

5. AT&T Stadium

Where: Dallas, Texas

Tenant: Dallas Cowboys (NFL)

Opened: 2009

Cost: $1.48 billion

4. Wembley Stadium

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Where: London, United Kingdom

Tenant: England National Team

Opened: 2007

Cost: $1.5 billion

3. MetLife Stadium

Where: Jersey City, New Jersey

Tenants: New York Jets (NFL) and New York Giants (NFL)

Opened: 2010

Cost: $1.7 billion

2. Mercedes-Benz Stadium

Where: Atlanta, Georgia

Tenants: Atlanta Falcons (NFL) and Atlanta United (MLS)

Year opened: 2017

Cost: $1.6 billion

1. Yankee Stadium, New York City

Where: Bronx, New York

Tenants: New York Yankees (MLB) and New York City (MLS)

Opened: 2009

Cost: $2.3 billion

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