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Old April 15th, 2007, 11:17 PM   #41
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No, it's Ford Field, Detroit.
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Old April 16th, 2007, 02:35 AM   #42
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but isnt that the new colts stadium?
Lucas Oil Stadium was designed to put the basketball court at the 50 yardline like the Ford Field pics, but with what looks like a more formal setup with the stands.
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Old April 16th, 2007, 02:41 AM   #43
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didn't like 60k people come to the Mike Jordans final game...
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· 1968 - An estimated 80,000 fans - still a world record for one basketball game - fill the Panathinaiko Stadium (Kallimarmaro) to watch AEK-Slavia Prague in the Cup Winners’ Cup final.
Since when does an estimation count as a world record???
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Great spectacle and all but how much of the action would you actually see?
The same question I asked myself, both with these photos as with Sercan's post of the Lucas Oil basketball configuration rendering.

A very expensive and technically complex solution would be (and something I already designed on paper once) a stadion where you can construct or slide in pitches at different levels, a bit like the original Wembley plans with the possibility to construct a platform with athletic facilities (running track, long jump etc.) on top of tier 1. That was their first idea for the Olympics bid, as we all know they chose another option: the construction of a separate Olympic stadium.
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Since when does an estimation count as a world record???
Do you know what Euroleague is?
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the euroleague "Final Four"...thats original.
but hey, if the greeks want the attendance record they can have it, its obviously a massive sport over there
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1. 80,000* Greece, Professional, Stadium
2. 78,129 USA, College, converted American Football Stadium
3. 75,000 Germany, Harlem Globetrotters, at an Athletics Stadium
4. 36,131 Canada, Professional, converted Canadian Football Stadium
5. 16,000 Australia, National, arena
6. 12,000 UK, Professional, arena

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Can we make a list for each country?
(no racetracks. Only stadiums and only official sold tickets. No estimated numbers)

Brazil: 199,854 (Maracana, 16.06.1950, Brazil-Uruguay, football)
Scotland: 149,547 (Hampden Park, 17.04.1937, Scotland-England, football)
Portugal: 127,000 (da Luz, 30.06.1991, U21 Portugal-U21Brazil, football)*
Australia: 121,696 (MCG, 26.11.1970, Carlton v Collingwood, AFL)
Turkey: 79,414 (Atatürk Olimpiyat, 31.07.2002, Galatasaray-Olympiakos,Football)

I think our english friends can help us


*127,000 is off. number by FIFA
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Can we make a list for each country?
(no racetracks. Only stadiums and only official sold tickets. No estimated numbers)

Brazil: 199,854 (Maracana, 16.06.1950, Brazil-Uruguay, football)
Scotland: 149,547 (Hampden Park, 17.04.1937, Scotland-England, football)
Portugal: 127,000 (da Luz, 30.06.1991, U21 Portugal-U21Brazil, football)*
Turkey: 79,414 (Atatürk Olimpiyat, 31.07.2002, Galatasaray-Olympiakos,Football)
Netherlands: 69.300 (De Kuip, Feyenoord stadium, 04.06.1949, SVV - Heerenveen, football).

This was a one time ever crowd. Due to an error the away team (Heerenveen) received less tickets then they were supposed to. So extra temporary stands were erected bringing the capacity of the Feyenoord stadium up from 65.000+ to 69.300.
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Indonesia : 120,000 (Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, 19-10-1997, 29-12-2002, Indonesia-Thailand, Football)
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do you have a "exact" nu,ber (like 123,456 etc)
I just took da Luz's 127,000, because its written at FIFA.com

So, if possible a exact number or a official federation site

199,854 - Brazil
Maracana, 16.06.1950, Brazil-Uruguay, football

149,547 - Scotland
Hampden Park, 17.04.1937, Scotland-England, football

127,000 - Portugal
da Luz, 30.06.1991, U21 Portugal-U21Brazil, football*
*127,000 is off. number by FIFA

121,696 - Australia
Melbourne Cricket Ground, 26.11.1970, Carlton v Collingwood, Australian rules football

120,000 - Indonesia
Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, 19-10-1997, 29-12-2002, Indonesia-Thailand, Football

79,414 - Turkey
Atatürk Olimpiyat, 31.07.2002, Galatasaray-Olympiakos, football

69,300 - Netherlands
De Kuip, 04.06.1949, SVV - Heerenveen, football

Have to say that i am lil bit surprised by Netherlands
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Why are you surprised?
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Netherlands
Big football nation
The football nation of the 70s
Very low IMO

I think France, Turkey and Netherlands missed to built a big stadium in the past

i am sure they could have reach +100k in the past (1900-1980)
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Yes, we probably could have had such crowds but the stadiums just were not big enough. If the expansion of the Amsterdam ArenA goes through to 70.000 the record will finally be broken. This expansion will probably take place after 2010.

The new Feyenoord Stadium in Rotterdam should be ready at the latest in 2016. If the proposed capacity of 106.000 goes through, (last I have heard it is most the most likely capacity) we will have a good number in the overall crowds list and one of the highest numbers reached with only seating spectators in the stadium.

Until that time, the 69.300 figure will have to do for us .
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is 106,000 clear?
crazy

I think i've found france
like Turkey another big nation who built a big stadium to late
therefore no +100k

Is England right?


199,854 - Brazil
Maracana, 16.06.1950, Brazil-Uruguay, football

149,547 - Scotland
Hampden Park, 17.04.1937, Scotland-England, football

127,000 - Portugal
da Luz, 30.06.1991, U21 Portugal-U21Brazil, football*
*127,000 is off. number by FIFA

126,047 - England
Wembley Stadium, 28.04.1923, Bolton Wanderers FC-West Ham United FC, football

121,696 - Australia
Melbourne Cricket Ground, 26.11.1970, Carlton v Collingwood, Australian rules football

120,000 - Indonesia
Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, 19-10-1997, 29-12-2002, Indonesia-Thailand, Football

80,430 - France
Stade de France, 20.10.2007, South Africa-England, rugby

79,414 - Turkey
Atatürk Olimpiyat, 31.07.2002, Galatasaray SK-Olympiakos CFP, football

69,300 - Netherlands
De Kuip, 04.06.1949, SVV - Heerenveen, football

Have to say that i am lil bit surprised by Netherlands
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Indonesia : 120,000 (Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, 19-10-1997, 29-12-2002, Indonesia-Thailand, Football)
Are you sure this was the biggest? From what I know, the Liga Indonesia final in 2005 gathered 122 000 supporters. 105 000 tickets to Persija Jakarta and 17 000 to Persipura Jayapura.

Sercan- it's hard to give you numbers other than estimated for Poland and supposedly other countries of the former Eastern Block- there were only estimations as official numbers back then.
For Poland this would be 18.09.1963, Gornik Zabrze - Austria Wien European cup game at Stadion Slaski. 120 000 present officially with stadium capacity of 87 000.
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but estimates would be unfair for Wembley (for example)

Can't you just give the highest official capacity?

For expample in Turkey the highest unofficial attendance was the 2nd LEAGUE match between Karsiyaka SK and Göztepe GSK in the Izmir Atatürk Stadi in 1981.
Official sold tickets 67.696
But people estimate 80,000-83,000
So record is GS vs Olympiakos

Highest attendance at Ali Sami Yen was 1987 (Galatasaray SK - Eskisehir SK, championship match after long 14 years)
35.845 sold tickets and estimated to 50,000-55,000

Damn michał_
We turks are very lazy by publishing the official attendance. Would have expected more by you non-mediterranean

Italy? San Siro?
USA?
Mexico? Azteca?
Argentina?
Japan?
Greece?
Spain? Bernabeu oder Nou camp?
Germany is Zentralstadion. I think 110,000


is 106,000 clear?
crazy

199,854 - Brazil
Maracana, 16.06.1950, Brazil-Uruguay, football

149,547 - Scotland
Hampden Park, 17.04.1937, Scotland-England, football

127,000 - Portugal
da Luz, 30.06.1991, U21 Portugal-U21Brazil, football*
*127,000 is off. number by FIFA

126,047 - England
Wembley Stadium, 28.04.1923, Bolton Wanderers FC-West Ham United FC, football

121,696 - Australia
Melbourne Cricket Ground, 26.11.1970, Carlton-Collingwood, Australian rules football

112,118 - USA
Michigan Stadium, 25.11.2003, Michigan-Ohio State, college football

120,000 - Indonesia
Gelora Bung Karno Stadium, 19-10-1997, 29-12-2002, Indonesia-Thailand, Football

80,430 - France
Stade de France, 20.10.2007, South Africa-England, rugby

79,414 - Turkey
Atatürk Olimpiyat, 31.07.2002, Galatasaray SK-Olympiakos CFP, football

69,300 - Netherlands
De Kuip, 04.06.1949, SVV-Heerenveen, football
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Two corrections,
1 -When Maracanã opened it's capacity were 183.000
nowadays it's about 96.000

2- The 199.854 crowd in 1950 final record is an unofficial number.
the official crowd (people who paid tickets) that day were 173.850.

And the official record is 183.341 at 31/08/69 Brasil 1-0 Paraguai WC qualifying

However, according to FIFA.COM:
The Final was played on 16 July 1950, in front of an official crowd of 174,000, although reliable sources put this figure much higher. One such person was Joao Havelange, the President of FIFA between 1974 and 1988, who recollects: "There were some 220,000 people in the stadium that day," a figure equivalent to 10 percent of Río de Janeiro's population at the time.

I don't doubt that 220.000 people watched that match. My grandpa were there and he has the same opinion of J. Havelange.


An interesting data is the best attendances in Brazil
http://paginas.terra.com.br/esporte/...ttendances.htm
there are some missing crowds, but, it's the better I found.
only 100.000 +
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