Top 5 intimidating european grounds
There was only one rule: I couldn’t list our home stadium of Villa Park (shout out to the Holte End). player, it’s intimidating because so many teams before us have gone down there to play Mexico and failed to get a point.
It's currently being renovated for the 2018 World Cup.
No matter how much you train for it, at some point you just can’t catch your second wind, and your mental concentration starts to go out the window. James’ Park This is one of my favorite stadiums from an architectural standpoint.
At field level, the way the transparent roof extends over the stands creates a really dramatic atmosphere.
Capacity: 81,044 Home teams: Spanish national team, and Real Madrid Home to the world's richest football club, the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium opened in 1944 and has been hosting world class football ever since.
Real Madrid's president Florentino Pérez once said "we want to make the Santiago Bernabéu the best stadium in the world," and made upgrades a priority when he began his role.