#10. Estadio da Luz, Lisbon
The home of Benfica is known as The Cathedral by local supporters, which is unsurprising given one look at it. The swooping archways are reminiscent of Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium but the Estadio da Luz just has a little more uniqueness and beauty that the Emirates does not. The stadium was opened in 2003 and played host to a number of matches for Euro 2004 including the final between Portugal and Greece. Its 65,000 was also put to good use when the ground hosted the 2014 Champions League final between Real Madrid and neighbours Atletico.