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These Are The Most Photogenic Champions League Stadiums

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On the JJ Barnes Blog, as the finals of the Champions League approaches, I decided to check out which are the most photogenic Champions League stadiums.

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Since 2014, when I met Jonathan McKinney, I have been a fully signed up fan of LFC. Prior to 2014, I had little to no interest in anything sports related, so I’ll never claim to have Gold Star Fan status, however, I’m loving my fandom now. We watch together as a family, with the girls cheering the goals and morning the mistakes, and, in my case at least, regularly pledge my love and devotion of the beautiful Jürgen Klopp. My girls proudly wear their Liverpool onesies, I’ve stolen many of Jon’s football shirts, and even my mother is getting on board with the football supporting fun!

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Me and Jonathan McKinney on the way to Liverpool

Unfortunately, Real Madrid defeated Liverpool in the Round of 16 of the Champions League. They lost the main leg 2-0 at Anfield, and they couldn’t topple the shortfall in the subsequent leg, drawing 1-1 at the Santiago Bernabéu.

It was a frustrating finish to Liverpool’s Champions League, but they are still in contention for both Premier League and FA Cup trophies, so we’ll just focus our energy on that now.

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Photogenic Stadiums

However, as the football continues, despite our loss, it has me pondering less about which football team will win, and more about which stadium I’d most like to see in person.

To help me add to my travel-to-do list, Ticketgum.com shared which of the Champions League stadiums had the most photographs because the quarterfinals of 2022/23 Champions League. They are now able to determine which stadiums are the most popular to photograph by aggregating the total number of hashtags used on Instagram for each venue.

Barcelona’s Camp Nou

Because it has more than 2 million Instagram hashtags, Ticketgum.com can say that Barcelona’s Camp Nou is the most memorable Champions League stadium. Despite hosting in the group stages, Barcelona’s home stadium did not advance to the round of 16.

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Liverpool’s Anfield

In second is Liverpool’s Anfield (Britain) with 1,643,400 hashtags, which facilitated the Frankfurt v Napoli game in the round of 16. We already know Anfield is a fantastic stadium, but it’s good to see it is being recognised by the fandom internationally!

Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabéu

Real Madrid’s Santiago Bernabéu is likewise an area of interest among football fans as it comes to more than 700,000 Instagram hashtags. With a flow seating limit of 81,044, It is the second-biggest arena in Spain, holding the Quarter Last between host group Genuine Madrid and Chelsea on twelfth April.

A.C. and Inter Milan’s San Siro

With 1,421,344 Instagram hashtags, the San Siro Stadium of A.C. and Inter Milan comes in third. The San Siro is going to be transformed into a brand-new stadium that will be called “The Cathedral.” It will be located in a neighborhood next to the current arena that is dedicated to recreation and sports. The quarterfinal matchup between AC Milan and Napoli will take place on April 12 at the San Siro.

Most Photogenic Champions League Stadiums

Rank 2022/2023 Stadiums Location

(city, country)

Total no. of  Instagram hashtags
1 Camp Nou Barcelona, Spain 2,045,325
2 Anfield Liverpool, England 1,643,400
3 San Siro Milan, Italy 1,421,344
4 Santiago Bernabéu Madrid, Spain 726,035
5 Stamford Bridge London, England 540,702
6 Allianz Arena Munich, Germany 482,301
7 Parc des Princes Paris, France 326,295
8 Signal Iduna Park (Westfalenstadion) Dortmund, Germany 278,827
9 Estadio Diego Armando Maradona Napes, Italy 201,984
10 The Etihad Manchester, England 201,746
11 Bay Arena Leverkusen, Germany 180,176
12 Ibrox Glasgow, Scotland 135,664
13 Parken Stadium Copenhagen, Denmark 131,350
14 Estádio da Luz Lisbon, Portugal 85,454
15 Stade Velodrome Marseille, France 85,092


I always say this, but I’ll say it again. One day I want to be able to travel. I’m working hard to get to a position where I can afford to, and these beautiful stadiums are definitely going on my list!

Have you been to any? Which was your favourite?

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