Most intimidating football grounds in england
Wembley has been the scene of many a wonderful spectacle, but none topped England's 1966 World Cup victory No 8: Real Madrid fans break the goalposts before 1998's Champions League semi-final with Borussia Dortmund.
The game, which Real won 2-0, was delayed by 76 minutes, with officials forced to find a replacement from the club's training ground No 7: The Stadio Giuseppe Meazza, commonly known as the San Siro, is an intense cauldron that hosts both AC and Inter Milan.
Bolshaya Sportivnaya stadium, also known as the Glavnaya Arena, looks like a clear remnant of the Soviet Union and its feel may cause anyone playing there to feel a certain sense of unease.
Its effect has worked, with Sheriff FC losing just eight home games in total in the 15 years it has spent at the ground.
The ground was the site of one of the greatest World Cup shocks when Cameroon beat holders Argentina in 1-0 in the opening game of Italia 90, thanks to Francois Omam-Biyick's goal No 6: Home of Everton since 1892, no club has contested more seasons in the top flight.
Visiting an opponent's stadium is not supposed to be the most pleasant experience out there, but there are a number of grounds which are a joy to visit, and simply fun to go to and see your team play.
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Jim:thumbsup: When I was 14,( long time ago ) my Mum's friend took me to see Rangers play Celtic at Parkhead.
Rangers won 2-1 and because there had been trouble on the public transport getting to the ground from the station they took off the buses.
So after the match we had to walk to the train station through "enemy territory". I remember Stamford Bridge, Rumbelows Cup, Semi Final 1st leg. Everyone Chelsea face in the last block of seats at the end of the stand to our right spent the entire match staring at us.
Burnden Park in the old days - we whipped 'em in the league cup one year.
Each time we scored a few of our fans were uncovered in their end and pushed/pulled/punched out by their fans - one bloke got pulled out by his shirt, with his little kid just stood there gobsmacked.