Famous football grounds

Based on stadium name, guess the team that plays home matches there!!!
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Stadium
Club
Sao Januario
Vasco Da Gama
Stade de Gerland
Lyon
Donbass Arena
Shakhtar Donetsk
Karaiskakis Stadium
Olympiakos
Emirates Stadium
Arsenal
Camp Nou
Barcelona
Estadio do Dragao
Porto
Nordbank Arena
Hamburger SV
La Bombonera
Boca Juniors
Goodison Park
Everton
Santiago Bernabeu
Real Madrid
Amsterdam Arena
Ajax
Veltins Arena
Schalke 04
Estadio da Luz
Benfica
Estadio do Maracana
Flamengo
Stadion Poljud
Hajduk Split
Delle Alpi
Juventus
Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan
Sevilla
Stadium
Club
Petrovsky Stadium
Zenit St. Petersburg
Ibrox
Rangers
The Den
Millwall
Stade Velodrome
Marseille
San Mames
Athletic Bilbao
De Kuip
Feyenoord
Estadio Mestalla
Valencia
Phillips Stadion
PSV Eindhoven
El Madrigal
Villarreal
Stamford Bridge
Chelsea
El Monumental
River Plate
Stadio San Paolo
Napoli
The Boleyn Ground
West Ham
Estadio Municipal de Riazor
Deportivo La Coruna
Anfield
Liverpool
Estadio Jose Alvalade
Sporting CP
Ali Sami Yen Stadium
Galatasaray
Old Trafford
Manchester United
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Level 73
Mar 17, 2012
Nice one, but I thought the Veltins Arena is now called Arena auf Schalke
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Level 47
Mar 19, 2012
You're wrong. Official name is Veltins Arena. Auf Schalke Arena is used by UEFA only as it does not recognise sponsorship by companies that are not among its partner organisations (Veltins - beer) :-)))

That's why in this year's CL final, stadium won't be called Allianz Arena but Fußball-Arena München.

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Level 22
Jun 30, 2012
The Delle Alpi stadium was also the stadium of Torino...
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Level 47
Jul 2, 2012
No it wasn't. Torino uses Olympic stadium.
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Level 61
Sep 24, 2013
The Delle Alpi isn't even Juventus' ground anymore - they moved into the Juventus Stadium in 2011.....
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Level 66
May 9, 2014
"Olympiakos" is mispelled! Should be Olympiacos.
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Level 14
Oct 24, 2014
juventus now play at the juventus stadium