It is also formally known as the Estadio Alberto J. Look, it’s hard enough to put a ball through a small hoop that is 10 feet off the ground with an athletic defender draped all over you.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.In 2011, it recorded a ear splitting 131.76 decibels; the world’s “loudest crowd roar in the world” by the Guinness Book of World Records. The Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho, as it is officially named, is a government owned stadium which can seat close to 100,000.In this huge and popular stadium, crowds go ballistic as they cheer and scream for their teams whether in local and international games.
After closing up the Ali Sami Yen, this stadium became the new “hell” providing fans a new venue for their feverish excitement and uproar.Some historical events in Cricket World Cup history and the endearing cricket aficionados have made Eden Gardens one of the most memorable stadiums in the world.The Serbian version of Brazil’s Maracana used to seat more than a hundred thousand people but was trimmed down to 51,500.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.