Stadium 3D Model Free.The first stadiums were built in Ancient Greece for the Olympic Games and other sports events. The oldest known stadium was in Olympia (Greece).Throughout the nineteenth century, urban populations grew rapidly due to urbanization, the sport began to gain popularity among the population, and new sports grounds and clubs emerged. In 1871, the first FA Cup was held, the oldest national regular football competition, and in 1896 the first modern Olympics were held in Athens. In order to meet the needs of the audience, the construction of massive structures that could accommodate thousands or even tens of thousands of people began.Tribunes of the first stadiums had standing seats or wooden benches for spectators. They were open, only some stadiums had small roofs that covered the tribune with the most important viewers.The first stadium with a bunk rostrum (one rostrum over another) was London's Gaiberi, erected in 1913.In totalitarian countries, the stadiums showed the greatness of the state, so they built such giants as the 65-thousand Stadiums Munichipale Benito Mussolini in Turin (1933), the 100-thousandth Olympiastadion in Berlin (1934), the 100,000th Central Stadium. Lenin in Moscow (1956), the 150-thousandth Stadium on May 1 in Pyongyang (1989) and others.Commercial sports clubs have built stadiums designed for tens of thousands of viewers to profit from ticket sales. In Europe and Latin America, large stadiums were built for football, in the USA - for American football and baseball.After several incidents of stamina and crash stadiums in the stadiums during football matches, widely known among them were the Eisal tragedy (1985) and the tragedy at Hillsboro (1989), there was a sharp issue of security in the stadiums. At the turn of the 1980s and 1990s, they began to work hard on the problem in Great Britain, and later on, throughout the world. Since then, all stadiums have begun to equip only individual seats, and not benches and standing stands, as before. This approach allowed to provide considerably more comfortable conditions for spectators, but as a result, the number of seats in the stands decreased and the price of tickets increased.The newest major stadiums are needed for such major world sports events as the Summer Olympics, the World Cup, the World Track and Field Championship, as well as for continental championships (European Football Championship, etc.).The most up-to-date stadiums are not only sports facilities, but also entire complexes with their own car parks, office space, museums, restaurants and entertainment venues for visitors. In some stadiums, special mechanisms allow the formation and expansion of the roof and the roof, regulate the position of the stands, to approach, distance and even to form individual stands, to control the lawn, etc. In addition to sporting events in stadiums, ceremonial ceremonies, concerts, and other mass events can take place.Download Stadium 3D Model Free on Flatpyramid.