8 Unbelievable stadiums you need to see

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From a record 65 metre long bar to a stadium carved into the side of a mountain - here are eight breathtaking stadia features around the world you may never have seen before.

On 3 April 2019, Tottenham officially opened to the Premier League side as the 62,303-seater multi-purpose stadium replaced their historic White Hart Lane.

Scroll through the gallery to see 8 incredibly unique stadium features from around the world

The modern arena includes the world's first dividing, retractable football pitch, which reveals a synthetic turf pitch underneath for NFL games and high-profile concerts hosted at the grounds.

But one of the main features is the situated in the South Stand as the 65m 'Goal Line Bar', which is the longest bar in Europe caters for fans and media during matchdays.

The Manchester City tunnel club

Staying in the English top-flight, the Etihad, the home of the reigning champions offers an experience to a select few season-ticket holders for a breathtaking experience of the club's superstars.

For the price of $9,600 (R176 000) a campaign, you can get a close view of the players and managers in a fish tank lank setting, where you are able to take photographs while dining on some of the complementary foods and wine.

The Glamour of the United States

Not to be denied for extravagance, the home of Los Angeles FC, the Banc of California Stadium offers a 'free-flowing atmosphere' that creates a unique indoor/outdoor experience - with a stunning skyview-bar and rooftop pool.

At $350-million (R6-4bn), the 22,000-seater arena is the most expensive soccer stadium in US history, as per the LA Times.

Did you know?

Camp Nou of FC Barcelona has the highest capacity in Europe with 99,354 seats and before standing places were removed, the stadium's capacity reached over 122,000 fans.

Your thoughts, please?

Which unique stadium feature impressed you the most and what would you like to see implemented in Mzansi?