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The first stadiums, named for the verb “to stand," were in Greece. The famous Roman Coliseum was a stadium for sports events and could fit 50,000 people. The world's most expensive stadium is the Wembley Stadium in London and it can seat 90,000 people for everything from sporting events to conventions to rock concerts.

  1. 1. What is the world's most expensive stadium?
    1. a. Candlestick Park
    2. b. Wembley Stadium
    3. c. Dodger Stadium
  2. 2. How many people could the Roman Coliseum fit?
    1. a. 40000
    2. b. 60000
    3. c. 50000
  3. 3. Where were the first stadiums?
    1. a. Rome
    2. b. Egypt
    3. c. Greece