The most popular sport in the world, soccer, stands out for its incredible players, impressive plays and an incomparable passion of its millions of followers. And that’s why we present to you the 11 most famous places to visit in the world for your next soccer trip. 

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1.  Madrid, Spain

Capital of the country, capital of Spanish football

Trophy Room in Bernabeú Stadium

Bernabeú Stadium, Madrid. Photo by Flickr – LWYang

Madrid, where the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium is located, one of the most famous stadiums in the world and home to Real Madrid. If your dates coincide with the La Liga calendar, here you can see the best players in the world. So, schedule and find your cheap flights to Madrid .

What to do in Madrid:

  • See a La Liga game in person.
  • Take a guided tour and visit the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium Museum.
  • Visit the Futbolmania store to find all kinds of products from all the teams in Europe.

2.  Barcelona, ​​Spain

A unique culture and strong performance on the court

Very close to the coast you can find the majestic Camp Nou Stadium, the home of FC Barcelona and a team of players such as Messi, Piqué and Luis Suárez. This stadium has a tour and museum where you can learn all the history of this club, which can be appreciated by people who have no affinity with the team.

What to do in Barcelona:

  • See a La Liga game in person.
  • Take a guided tour and visit the Camp Nou Stadium museum.
  • If you don’t have time to visit the football stores in the city, don’t worry, the airport has an official Barça store.

3.  Milan, Italy

Leader for the fashion world, with incredible outfits

Considered the world capital of fashion and design, Milan is also home to two of Italy’s top teams, Inter and AC Milan. These teams share the San Siro Stadium, considered one of the best stadiums in the European Union by UEFA.

Things to do in Milan

  • Watch a Serie A game from Italy.
  • Visit the official Milan Megastore store.
  • Watch a game at Casa Milan Bistrot restaurant.

4. Munich, Germany

With its representative architecture and its history in sports

Allianz Arena in Munich

Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany. Photo by Flickr Francisco Antunes

If you like beer and soccer then Munich is the best place to visit on your next vacation. This city is home to Oktoberfest, the world’s largest beer festival, and home to the Allianz Arena of the German soccer team Bayern Munich.

Things to do in Munich

  • Go to the Oktoberfest festival.
  • See a Bayern Munich game in person.
  • Take a guided tour and visit the Allianz Arena museum.

5. London, England

Incredible history, fashion and forwards

Wembley Stadium in England

Wembley Stadium, London

If you can only visit one place and want to maximize your soccer experience, you probably want to visit London. This city has 4 professional Premier League soccer teams; Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham and West Ham.

What to do in London:

  • See a Premier League game in person.
  • Take a tour of Wembley Stadium.
  • Take a tour of the Emirates Stadium and Arsenal Museum.

 

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6. Manchester, England

One of the most recognized cities in England

In addition to having two Premier League teams, Manchester City and Manchester United, the city of Manchester has the National Football Museum. It is based on the Urbis building in the city center where it preserves and displays important collections of football memorabilia. As a publicly funded national museum, admission is free.

What to do in Manchester:

  • Visit the National Football Museum.
  • Take a tour of Old Trafford Stadium.
  • Take a tour of the Etihad Stadium.

7.

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Beautiful capital of Argentina, where the game is breathed

Buenos Aires is the city with the most professional soccer teams in the world. The capital of Argentina has seven first division teams, including Boca Juniors and River Plate, and if we include the provincial teams their total reaches 16.

In addition, the city has La Bombonera, one of the most emblematic stadiums in international soccer, defined by Diego Armando Maradona as “The temple of world soccer”.

What to do in Buenos Aires:

  • See a Super League game in person.
  • Take a guided tour and visit the La Bombonera Stadium museum.

8. São Paulo, Brazil

His culture in soccer stands out

If you are looking for the best way to experience the culture of soccer in Brazil, your best option is São Paulo, the largest city in the country. In addition to being home to three of Brazil’s largest clubs, it is also home to the Museu do Futebol, or Soccer Museum, a sanctuary for sports fans.

What to do in São Paulo:

  • See a game of the Brazilian Championship Series A in person.
  • Visit the Football Museum at the Pacaembú Stadium.

9. Rio de Janeiro

Internationally recognized for its beach, where players sweat for a goal

Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the city of Rio de Janeiro also has the Maracanã Stadium, the largest soccer stadium in Brazil and by far the largest in the world. This stadium hosted the World Cups in 1950 and 2014, where the finals of both world championships were played.

What to do in Rio de Janeiro:

  • See a game of the Brazilian Championship Series A in person.
  • Visit the Football Museum at the Maracanã Stadium.

10. Mexico City

One of the most important metropolises in the world and in football

Independence Angel Monument

Independence Monument in Mexico City

In this city is the famous Azteca Stadium, the largest in Mexico and the third in America. This city is also home to 3 teams from the first division of Mexico, Club América, Club Cruz Azul and the Pumas of UNAM.

What to do in Mexico City:

11. Guadalajara, Mexico

With impressive architecture, sports history and delicious food

The city of Guadalajara has 2 first division teams, Las Chivas Rayadas that play in the Akron Stadium (Omnilife) and Club Atlas that play in the Jalisco Stadium. Guadalajara has its place in the history of football since it hosted two World Cups, in 1970 and 1986, in addition to the Confederations Cup in 1999.
What to do in Guadalajara:

  • See a first division game in person.
  • Take a guided tour of the Akron State (formerly called Omnilife Stadium )

 

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