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Aerial view of the Estadio Azteca in 1966, the first year it was opened. #EstadioAzteca #Mexico. Since it's debut Mexico has lost only once, 2-1 to Costa Rica, and has defeated the #UnitedStates 22 times, Azteca is often referred to as the most hostile place for a visiting team to play.

Arial view of the Estadio Azteca in 1966, the first year it was opened. #EstadioAzteca #Mexico

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1937: #Marseille's Stade Velodrome #stadium--

1937: Marseille's Stade Velodrome stadium #FRA  #EURO2016

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#Rome's Stadio #Olympico in 1965--

Rome's Stadio Olympico in 1965

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#Tottenham #Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers in the 1921 FA Cup Final at Stamford Bridge. #FACup The Spurs went on to win 1-0, their 2nd ever FA Cup trophy.

Tottenham Hotspur and Wolverhampton Wanderers in the 1921 FA Cup Final at Stamford Bridge. #FACup

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#ManchesterCity v Stoke City in the 1934 FA Cup at Maine Road, City went on to win 1-0 and eventually win the #FACup that year, beating #Portsmouth 2-1 in the final.

Manchester City v Stoke City in the 1934 FA Cup at Maine Road.

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Some fans watching Leicester City playing at Filbert Street from a block of flats in 2002

Some fans watching Leicester City playing at Filbert Street from a block of flats in 2002

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Aerial view of #Boleyn Ground in 1973. #WestHam began playing at Boleyn back in the 1904/1905 season, and continued playing there until their final match on May 10th 2016 which was a rescheduled match between West Ham and #ManchesterUnited, west Ham went on to win 3-2 in what was the 2,398th match in the stadium. #FarewellBoleyn

Arial view of Boleyn Ground in 1973. #FarewellBoleyn #WestHam

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The Estadio Santiago Bernabeu in 1956 had a capacity of 120,000 #realmadrid #spain

The Estadio Santiago Bernabeu in 1956 had a capacity of 120,000 @realmadrid #realmadrid #spain

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