10 most intimidating stadiums
It has seen South Africa defeat New Zealand three times, Australia twice, three times against France, twice against Wales, once against England and twice over the Lions.However, the last test to have been played there was back in 2015 when South Africa suffered a shock 27 – 35 loss to Argentina.You fill your lungs up, prepare your noise makers, and you let it all out!But how does your stadium’s sound of adulation compare to other stadiums?The Stade Mayol, which stands in its centre, is an ugly concrete structure and supporters generate vast, guttural, aggressive noise.
While the players earn enough to buy stunning houses overlooking the Cote d'Azur, Toulon itself is a working class naval port.
Nevertheless, Trojan fans expect a lot from their team which is reflected in how low they cheer.
When a place is labeled a “zoo”, you know crazy things are bound to happen.
Explore the most historic, most intimidating and greenest college football stadiums in the U. We examined the stadiums where Football Bowl Subdivision teams play their home games and compared them across a variety of factors, including capacity, updates, environmental considerations, history and individuality.
Toulon president Mourad Boudjellal, the jester king of his court, projects an image of pantomime villainy that would be at home in the comic books upon which he made a fortune.As the Lions prepare for the first of three matches at New Zealand's Eden Park fortress, our rugby writers choose the stadium they consider to be the most intimidating - for atmosphere, fan fervour and sheer aura.