Most intimidating stadiums
But the home to greats such as Ferenc Puskas, Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldo and Cristiano Ronaldo will always be known as the Bernabeu.
Stationed in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, the Maracana could be the most notable stadium in the footballing community.
From the “This is Anfield” sign hanging in the tunnel, to a night of singing “You’ll Never Walk Alone” with passionate supporters, Anfield holds its spot as one of the best atmospheres in the world to see a football match.
The new Wembley was built on site of the 1923 Wembley Stadium and the term “Wembley” is iconic to every football fan.
The fans are regarded as some of the best in the world, and even Andres Iniesta said, “I have played many games for Spain/Barca but I’ve never heard fans like celtic, they were amazing, not quiet for a single second.” 8- Allianz Area- Munich Germany One of the coolest, most modern-looking stadiums in the World, Allianz Arena opened just 9 years ago and hosted the 2012 Champions League Final, matches at the 2006 World Cup, and is home to both Bayern Munich and 1860 Munich.
Fans enjoy being much closer to the pitch and it is the only stadium in Europe that can change colors on its exterior.
It may not be the biggest stadium, but the epic atmosphere at Anfield is known throughout the world.
Originally home to Everton back in the 1880s before a dispute over rent, Anfield has almost become a folklore.
Across the street from the prestigious academy, “La Masia”, future Barcelona players stare at what will one day be their home as they go into training.
The world famous Spion Kop, also known as “The Kop,” on the right end of the pitch is regarded as creating the most intense atmosphere in english football.