May 27, 2022

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Code red?  King Baudouin Stadium is the second "worst football temple" in Europe, Jan Briddle also scored poorly

Code red? King Baudouin Stadium is the second “worst football temple” in Europe, Jan Briddle also scored poorly

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The King Baudouin Stadium has scored particularly bad results with football fans. This is evident from a study conducted by several well-known review platforms. Jan Breydel of Club Brugge also takes the top ten.

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British consumer website money.co.uk. They searched and compared the best and worst football stadiums in Europe based on their results on Tripadvisor, Google and Football Ground Map.

In addition, Serie A club Carlo Castellani Stadium came in as the lowest quality, with an average score of 2.9/5. Three stadiums followed with a score of 3.37: Palados Stadium (Celta de Vigo), Maksimir Stadium (Dinamo Zagreb), and King Baudouin Stadium (Red Devils). The Coliseum Alfonso Perez of Getafe and the Venice Stadium Pier Luigi Pinzo concludes the “top five”.

The King Baudouin Stadium will be replaced by Eurostadion for the European Championship 2020, but those plans were postponed again in 2019, after which the Red Devils were unable to play a European Championship match in front of their home fans.

However, there is still one Belgian stadium in the ten worst stadiums: Club Brugge. Jan Breydel has an average score of 3.5/5 and thus shares eighth place with Vasil Levski National Stadium for the Bulgarian national team. Blauw-Zwart has been working on a new stadium for years, Which finally got the green light in October.

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The best result went to the Westfalen stadium of the Borussia Dortmund team, which includes six other stadiums with an average of 4.57 points. Including Barcelona’s Camp Nou, Real Madrid’s Bernabeu and the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium.

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