Does a football stadium use grass or carpet?
artificial turf is not “carpet”, and furthermore there are hybrid surfaces that combine aspects of real grass and artificial turf. FIFA has approved some brands of artificial turf as being suitable for official football play in that they behave enough like real grass that the characteristics of play are not changed.
Right now, 17 of the 31 NFL stadiums have real grass. Most of the major football (soccer) leagues are grass or hybrid-only, with a few exceptions. The following is a list of European stadiums using artificial turf: Stadiums with artificial turf There are several pitches in the English Premier League using the hybrid turf, including Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Swansea, and Burnley.
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