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Lying on the shoreline of the Delaware River at the foot of the Commodore Barry Bridge, Philadelphia Union's PPL Park boasts a capacity of 18,500 and cost around $120 million (£76.5m) to construct. Despite only being opened in 2010, regular sell-out crowds have led Philadelphia Union to consider expansion, with plans put forward to upgrade the maximum capacity to around 30,000.

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