World Cup 2022: Study reveals MOST LOVED World Cup stadiums

As searches for ‘world cup stadiums’ surged by 90%* on Google over the past three months, will Qatar's new stadiums be memorable or set to disappoint football fans in the run-up to the highly anticipated 2022 World Cup?

With this in mind, Ticketgum.com were curious to uncover the most memorable World Cup stadiums on social media over the last 20 years (since 2002)*, by collating the total number of hashtags on Instagram for each venue. Ahead of the big event, they can now reveal all.

Key findings:

Ticketgum.com reveals that Germany’s Allianz Arena is the most Instagrammed World Cup stadium, accumulating over 477,593 hashtags to date. Referred to as FIFA WM-Stadion München during the 2006 World Cup, the stadium’s most notable feature is its luminous facade which has certainly left a strong impression among its visitors throughout the years.

The second most Instagrammed stadium is Japan’s Sapporo Dome amassing over 314,642 Instagram hashtags! Hosting three first round matches during the 2002 World Cup alongside South Korea, the stadium's striking exterior is even more impressive during winter surrounded by snow.

Brazil’s Estádio Mineirão, is the fifth most Instagrammed World Cup Stadium securing over 232,473 hashtags overall. From hosting matches during the 2014 World Cup, the Mineirão stadium has surely become a notable spot for football enthusiasts.

Top 15 most Instagrammable World Cup stadiums:

Ranking Stadium Location

(city, country)

World Cup year Total no. of Instagram hashtags

1

Allianz Arena Munich, Germany

2006

477,593

2

Sapporo Dome Sapporo, Japan

2002

314,642

3

Olympiastadion Berlin, Germany

2006

277,341

4

Westfalenstadion

(Signal Iduna Park)

Dortmund, Germany

2006

274,272

5

Estádio Mineirão

(Estádio Governador Magalhães Pinto)

Belo Horizonte, Brazil

2014

232,473

6

Arena de São Paulo

(Neo Química Arena)

São Paulo, Brazil

2014

212,891

7

International Stadium Yokohama (Nissan Stadium) Yokohama, Japan

2002

202,458

8

Incheon Munhak Stadium Incheon, South Korea

2002

113,224

9

Daegu Stadium Daegu, South Korea

2002

101,084

10

Arena Fonte Nova

(Itaipava Arena Fonte Nova)

Salvador, Brazil

2014

100,153

11

Arena AufSchalke (Veltins-Arena) Gelsenkirchent, Germany

2006

82,314

12

Nagai Stadium

(Yanmar Stadium Nagai)

Osaka, Japan

2002

73,586

13

Arena das Dunas Natal, Brazil

2014

62,246

14

Suwon World Cup Stadium Suwon, South Korea

2002

61,298

15

Volksparkstadion Hamburg, Germany

2006

59,996

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