Top 10 Stadiums Being Used At Euro 2016

#4. Matmut Atlantique


Matmut Atlantique has one of the most unusual designs of a football stadium. The dozens of columns which cover the stadium’s exterior were apparently inspired by the Landes Forest, a massive forest which sits on the outskirts of the city of Bordeaux. Matmut Atlantique is another stadium which will be known by a different name due to an advertising conflict. The 42,000 arena which was opened in 2015 will go by the fairly imaginative name of Nouveau Stade de Bordeaux. It will host five matches in the Euros including Wales versus Slovakia and the big Group D match between Spain and Croatia.


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