The Philippine Arena
The arena is owned by the Iglesia Ni Cristo (INC) institution of the New Era University. The construction of the structure started in August 2011 by the Korean firm Hanwha Engineering and construction was the main contractor and was completed in May 2014 at the cost of $213million. The arena has four floors, and the main ground covering 36,443.6 m2 (392,276 sq ft) and the height reach 65 m (213 ft).The arena has been featured in Discovery Channel showing it as one of the safe structures against typhoons and earthquakes in the Philippines.
Paris la défense arena
Architect Christian De Portzamparc, along with his firm 2Portzamparc, has put his name to the Paris La Défense Arena, the new indoor stadium of Racing 92, a Parisian rugby team. But rugby is not all that is on the cards: for the grand opening, a Rolling Stones concert brought 40,000 spectators to the Arena, thus testing its maximum capacity
Friends Arena, otherwise known as National Renan, has a retractable roof multi-story edit just north of the Na Midtown area, which is the largest settlement in Scandinavia. It has become the national anthem of Sweden in men’s football since its inception, thus the name. The main occupiers of the organization are the Swedish Men’s National Football Group and the Allsvenskan Football Club Aik; Both have moved from their previous homes to the Risunda Arena.
The Romexpo Dome is the biggest indoor arena in Bucharest, Romania which boasts of 303,234 square meters in size and has a seating capacity of up to 40,000 people. It is primarily used for exhibitions, concerts, and sporting events. The main construction is said to be similar to the Tokyo Dome in Japan.
Saitama Super Arena
Saitan Super Arena is a multi-purpose indoor arena located in Saitama City, Japan. Opening its doors in 2000, this arena has a spectator capacity of around 36,500 at maximum settings. However, the main arena capacity is only between 19,000 and 22,500. The design of Saitama Super Arena was a result of an international design competition where American architect Dan Meis won.
Its name means “Olympics Sports Complex” and it was specially built for the 1980 Summer Olympics when the quadrennial sporting event was held in Moscow. It was divided into two separated halls, hosted the basketball and boxing events and the same time. The main arena, which is used for concerts, has a seating capacity of 35,000. International superstars who held their concerts at the SC Olimpiyskiy include Beyonce, Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, Madonna, Justin Timberlake, Whitney Houston, to name a few.
Smart Araneta Coliseum
The Smart Araneta Coliseum (some time ago and furthermore known as Araneta Coliseum) or The Huge Vault, is an indoor multi-reason sports arena that is a piece of the Araneta City in the Cubao zone of Quezon City, Philippines. It is one of the biggest indoor arenas in Asia, and it is likewise one of the biggest clear range arches in the world. The arch estimates roughly 108.0 meters (354.3 ft) making it the biggest vault in Asia from its opening in 1960 until 2001 when it was outperformed by the Ōita Arena in Japan with an arch estimating 274.0 meters (899.0 ft).
Baku Crystal Hall
The Baku Crystal Hall was specially built in order to host the Eurovision Song Contest in 2012 when Azerbaijan hosted the prestigious music event. According to Human Rights Watch, the government of Azerbaijan allegedly evicted dozens of families from the area in order to construct the arena.
The Mineirinho is the biggest arena in South America and it’s located in Belo Horizonte, Brazil. This arena, which can hold 25,000 people, is home to the 2014 FIFA World Cup. It was opened to the public in 1980 and at that time, it ranked as one of the biggest in the world.
Manchester Arena is an interior landmark in Manchester, England, in the north of the Central Wall region and mostly around the Rights Space above Manchester Victoria Station. The most important seat in any indoor setting of the Amused Domain is in the region, and with a limit of 21,000, Europe’s second-largest and one of the world’s busiest interiors, such as music and sports, for example, boxing and swimming. The main component of Manchester’s proposal for the Olympic Games in 1999 and 2000 was the long-term of the 2002 and 2002 Republic Games.