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List of eponyms of stadiums

This is a list of eponyms of stadiums.

Contents

  • Argentina 1
  • Austria 2
  • Canada 3
  • Chile 4
  • Costa Rica 5
  • Côte d'Ivoire 6
  • Cuba 7
  • Dominican Republic 8
  • Finland 9
  • France 10
  • Georgia 11
  • Germany 12
  • Greece 13
  • India 14
  • Iraq 15
  • Ireland 16
  • Italy 17
  • Japan 18
  • Netherlands 19
  • Nicaragua 20
  • Nigeria 21
  • Paraguay 22
  • Peru 23
  • Puerto Rico 24
  • Russia 25
  • South Africa 26
  • Spain 27
  • Trinidad and Tobago 28
  • Turkey 29
  • Ukraine 30
  • United Kingdom 31
  • United States 32
  • Uruguay 33
  • Zambia 34

Argentina

Austria

Canada

Chile

Costa Rica

Côte d'Ivoire

Cuba

Dominican Republic

Finland

France

Georgia

Germany

Greece

India

Iraq

Ireland

Italy

Japan

Netherlands

Nicaragua

Nigeria

Paraguay

Peru

Puerto Rico

Russia

South Africa

Spain

Trinidad and Tobago

Turkey

Ukraine

United Kingdom

United States

Uruguay

Zambia

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