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European Football Stadiums 
"From Iceland to Turkey, Europe was awash with fabulous soccer stadiums. Here are a few questions about these stadiums of the world's number one sport. Enjoy!"
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In Iceland, the national stadium, Laugardalsv?llur, was home to 3 teams in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Which of these did not play their home games there?
Iceland national team
A quick boat across the North Sea and we are in the Faeroe Islands. These tiny islands most famous result was when they held Scotland to a 2-2 draw in 2002. In which town did the national side play its home games?
Heading south and Scotland is where we land next. Football here is dominated by two clubs; Rangers and Celtic, both Glasgow clubs. The national stadium is Hampden Park and is actually home to which Scottish club?
Queen of the South
A trip over the border and we are in England. Manchester United are famous for playing at Old Trafford and, up until 2003, Manchester City called Maine Road their home. They moved to a new state of the art stadium, though originally built for the Commonwealth games. What is the name of their new stadium?
City of Manchester Stadium
Heading off into Wales now and we find Cardiff's Millenium Stadium with a 74,500 capacity, where Wales play their home games. Which League of Wales team, though, had the largest capacity stadium in the early 2000s?
To the edge of mainland Europe now and Portugal. The largest stadium here is by far Benfica's Estadio de Luz. It had a 77,000 capacity in the early 2000s, but by what name is it better known?
Stadium of Hope
Stadium of Light
Stadium of Promise
Stadium of God
Across the border and into Spain, home of the greatest football club in the world, Real Madrid. But which of Madrid's football clubs had the largest stadium in the late 1990s and early 2000s?
Now to the tiny country in the mountains, Andorra. The country only has one stadium of note and that is the Aixovall in Andorra la Vella. Which of these clubs do not play at the stadium?
North from Andorra and you are in France. The nation's capital, Paris, houses the 80,000 seater Stade de France. The city's largest club, Paris-St. Germain turned down the opportunity of playing there in 1998 and remained at their old stadium: _________ ?
Parc des Jaune
Parc des Princes
Palais des Sports
Across the border of France and we are in Italy. There are some clubs who play their home games on islands. Sant'Elia, Acquedotto, Renzo Barbera and Angelo Massimino are some of the stadiums on Italy's islands. Which of these clubs does not play its home games on an island?
Moving away from Italy and we come to a country that has an 8,000 seater stadium, Rheinpark Stadium, that is home to the national squad. Which country is this?
Into Germany and to the area of Nordrhein-Westfalen. There are many clubs in this industrial area. Which one of them played at the Westfalenstadion in the late 1990s and early 2000s?
Germany's neighbour Holland (Netherlands), was home to the world's first sliding pitch stadium. Built in 1998 and since copied in Japan and elsewhere, which team played their home games here?
Into Scandinavia and Norway, where the national team play their home games in the nation's capital, Oslo. The Ullevaal stadium was also home to club sides Lyn and Valerenga: when was the 25,600 capacity stadium built?
Norway's neighbour Sweden has the Idrottsplats stadium. Built in 1896, with a capacity of 7,000, the stadium was still in use in the late 1990s. Which club side played at this stadium?
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Compiled Jun 28 12