From cut-throat gestures from the fans to choreographed gunfire, many teams and their travelling supporters have left Instabul in a daze due to the sheer hostility they face.
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.
With a seating capacity of 150,000 people; the Rungrado May stadium in North Korea does an effective job in using its size to intimidate opponents.
It’s not as large as the Olympic Stadium in Greece but it sure can draw a crowd that is unlike any other.
and China have been working on "a unified plan" on how to approach North Korea that would include tougher new sanctions.
One-star words are frequent, two-star words are more frequent, and three-star words are the most frequent.Introducing the 12 most intimidating stadiums in world football...Galatasaray's home, historically known as the Ali Semi Yen, has coined the phrase "welcome to hell" as a result of the reception it gives to visiting teams.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.