10 most intimidating football stadiums world

Capacity: 74, 500 The retractable roof remains a high-end feature and even though the ground doesn’t quite have the history and intimidating factor of the likes of Ellis Park or Eden Park, it is when the roof is closed and the Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau (the Welsh National Anthem) starts when the Millennium Stadium provides an atmosphere matched by none.

With the world having much love for football, the need for better and bigger stadiums has always resulted in some iconic infrastructures, several of which have become the world’s best stadiums.

San Siro hosted the Champions League Final in 2002.

This one is made part of the top ten best football stadiums in the world mainly because it is home to the Liverpool FC and has an electric environment which everyone would love to experience.

Catering to a huge capacity of 90,000, this stadium is proof that South Africa is expanding in the sport.

Truly, this one deserves its mention as one of the best football stadiums in the world.

A daunting venue for any team, it is the country’s largest stadium and also plays host to other sporting codes, particularly cricket.

The arena was given a much needed revamp ahead of the 2011 World Cup.

Personally we believe it is a mixture of all the above which makes up the ultimate rugby cauldron.

It has the capacity to carry approximately spectators.

Furthermore, this huge complex now also houses other facilities such as a swimming pool.

When filled to capacity the venue creates an intense and intimidating atmosphere and gives a distinct advantage for Le Bleus.

Stade de France will always be remembered by South Africans fans as the venue that Jannie de Beer destroyed the English with five drop goals in 1999, as well as being the setting for the Springboks 2007 World Cup triumph, against the same opposition.

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