Most intimidating fans in football
Nebraska fans are widely thought as some of the best and most loyal college football fans in the country, and they’re excited about the 2015 campaign.But 2015 should be different, and Riley’s arrival has a lot to do with that.
A host of key matches have been won due to the Reds' 12th man, just ask Chelsea or Dortmund fans.Home to third tier side Millwall, the club's infamous hooligan supporters make sure to give any fans who consider themselves to be anywhere near as tough as the Lions' faithful an afternoon they'll never forget.Not the biggest nor the most aesthetically pleasing stadium in Brazil, but Vasco Da Gama's ancient home is simply electric on matchdays and especially when a Rio de Janeiro derby is on the menu.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.On the other hand, there are those stadiums that strike fear into the heart of any visitors, helping the home side win the game before a ball has even been kicked.The sea (of red) was angry that day, my friends – like an old man trying to send back soup in a deli.
Jim Harbaugh is now at the helm of the ship, and he can only steer it in the right direction.
Also known as the Westfalenstadion, Borussia Dortmund's hallowed ground is one of the biggest in Europe and it feels like it is.
The BVB faithful in one towering stand have rightfully earned the nickname "the Yellow Wall" on account of the noise they make during matchdays with the impressive choreographed posters and signs they produce.
Fighting in the stands is a norm amongst the crazy Brazilian fans in the stands that were first built in the 1920s.
Affectionately known as the Marakana in ode to the mammoth Brazilian counterpart, Red Star Belgrade's home is pretty much a war zone, with fans going all out to either abandon the game when their side is losing or distract the opposition players with use of flares, smoke grenades and all kinds of homemade devices.
An army of police were needed to calm down the aggressive crowd, with vodka bottles and knives being thrown on the pitch in protest of the former unpopular president's presence at the game.