The most intimidating

De Kuip or “the tub” is home to Feyenoord, one of the traditional top teams of the Netherlands.For football matches, it can seat 46,000 to 48,000 but the total capacity goes up to 51,577 for other events like concerts.Either seated or standing, the fans always have energy to wave their flags, throw their confetti; and scream, roar, and chant their heart out.You would thing that an open roof would help distill sound, but when it comes to Maksimir stadium you’d be wrong.But what it lacks in size it more than makes up with a committed, relentless, and supportive fan base. a venue to show their loyalty to these teams with their resounding cheers.The third biggest association football stadium in the world, this stadium is the biggest in Asia. Inonu is another of Turkey’s famous and extremely loud stadium grounds.

The Serbian version of Brazil’s Maracana used to seat more than a hundred thousand people but was trimmed down to 51,500.Nicknames such as “Green Hell” and “Le Chaudron” (the Chauldron) should paint the picture.Hostility is not necessarily the only factor that can be intimidating in a stadium.Consequently, it’s prone to accidents and fatalities due to the uncontrollable fans.