Top 5 intimidating european grounds
The criteria we decided on are atmosphere, visual appeal and tradition. Estadio Azteca- Mexico City The 105,064 person Estadio Azteca is one of the most intimidating places to play a futbol match.The site of the 19 World Cup finals has seen legendary performances such as Diego Maradona’s infamous “Hand of God” goal and Italy’s 4-3 extra time victory over West Germany which is regarded to some as “The Game of the Century.” When it is filled to capacity, Azteca is right up their as one of the most iconic stadiums in the world.The masses packed into Real Madrid’s Bernabeu and Barcelona’s Camp Nou struggle to generate a fraction of the intensity seen at Valencia. Anfield, Liverpool Arguably the greatest player in Liverpool’s history is their famed 12th man.The Kop bellows its anthem from the depth of a collective heart which can terrify and inspire in equal measure.Football — or "soccer", depending on where you live — is the most popular sport in the world, so it's no surprise the game is played in some of the biggest stadiums in the world.The largest 18 football stadiums, measured by capacity, are located all over the globe. Capacity: 80,093 Home team: Universitario de Deportes The largest stadium in South America — a continent famous for its love of football — Estadio Monumental has hosted a number of World Cup qualifiers since it was finished in 2000, and is sometimes used by the national team.
It’s not just all the stadium paraphernalia that visually exhibits their love for their team and the game It’s also the vigor and bottomless passion that you can hear from the earth shattering uproar that they effortlessly create to intimidate the opponent as exemplified by our 25 Most Intimidating Stadiums In The World.
The oldest and largest stadium in Scotland is a must see for any futbol fan.
What is commonly known to Celtic supporters as "Parkhead" or "Paradise" is rarely not filled to capacity.
The Anfield atmosphere has pulled victories from the clutches of defeat on numerous occasions and turned dependable performers into quivering wrecks.
John Terry admitted his Chelsea side were deeply affected by the sheer volume of noise during The Blues' Champions League semi-final three years ago and Terry’s troops must master their fear when they return to Merseyside on Tuesday night. Stade Velodrome, Marseille The French are not renowned for intimidating grounds, but the people of Marseille have a unique identity and enjoy a unique footballing experience.