In a new poll released by Telegraph Football, Signal Iduna Park has been ranked Europe's top club-football stadium.
The Dortmund destination beat out the likes of Camp Nou, Estadio Santiago Bernabeu, San Siro, and Old Trafford for the top spot.
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Signal Iduna Park narrowly beat out Valencia's Mestalla for the top spot on the list. The full list can be viewed above.
The description from The Telegraph reads:
No wonder Jurgen Klopp cried when he left Borussia Dortmund. The German knew that he was leaving behind the most spectacular arena that European football has to offer: the old Westfalen Stadion is not only vast (over 80,000 pack in most weeks), but delivers an awe-inspiring carnival of sound and colour, most vividly expressed in the giant murals that rise, with ominous grandeur, from within the famous 'Yellow Wall' terrace. A sight every football fan should experience once before they die.
Other Bundesliga teams making the top 20 include Bayern Munich (Allianz Arena) and FC Schalke (Veltins Arena) coming in eighth and sixth respectively.