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10. De Kuip
De Kuip is the home ground of Dutch giants, Feyenoord. Feyenoord have always been one of the top Dutch clubs and have won the league on numerous occasions. De Kuip has the capacity of almost 50,000 and the home fans are very loyal and are known to support the club pouring their heart our. The atmosphere is always electric inside De Kuip which itself makes the stadium very loud. It was built in 1935–1937 and was Opened on 23 July 1937.
Anfield is one of the most iconic football stadiums in the world and has a huge history to its name. The home ground of Liverpool is said to be one of the popular stadiums in the world and is the 6th largest in England. It was built in 1884 and has the capacity of over 45,000 seats. The fans of Liverpool are known for their passion and when the fans sing the Liverpool anthem, Anfield will indeed be one of the most loudest stadiums.
Toumba Stadium is the home ground of a Greek Football club, A.S. POAK. Toumba stadium was built in from 1958–1959 and was Opened on 6 September 1959. It doesn’t really has the largest capacity with the current capacity being just over 28,000 but still it remains one of the loudest stadiums in the world. The fans are very passionate for Football and their support will always be there for the club.
The Celtic park is one of the popular football stadiums in Europe which is the home ground of Celtic Football club. It is the largest football club in Scotland and the 6th largest in United Kingdom. It was opened on 20 August 1892 and was
Renovated in 1994–98. It currently has the capacity of over 60,000. Even Lionel Messi has said that the atmosphere inside Celtic Park is one of the best he has ever seen it and is one of the toughest stadiums to play in.
Westfalenstadion is the largest stadium in the entire Germany and is also the 7th largest in Europe. It is the home ground of Borussia Dortmund which will definitely make sense why this stadium finds the 6th place on this list. The Borussia Dortmund fans are indeed incredibly dedicated to the club and are very passionate. It has the capacity of over 81,000 and was built from 1971–1974 and was opened on 2 April 1974.
5. Red Star stadium
The Red Star stadium is the home ground of Red Star Belgrade football club which is located in Serbia. It was previously known as Stadion Rajko Mitić, and was renamed 2014, which was a tribute to their former player and legend Rajko Mitić. It once used to have the capacity of 110,000 and currently has a seating capacity of 55,538, which makes the stadium, the largest one in Serbia. It has hosted several international matches like European Cup final in 1973 and European Championship finals in 1976.
La Bombonera has the capacity of 49,000 and is the home ground of Boca Juniors. Boca Juniors is one of Argentina’s greatest clubs and is widely popular in the entire country. Boca Juniors have a wonderful fan base and are known to be very fervent for the game. They play drums during the game, fireworks are seen and the atmosphere is just incredible.
3. Ataturk Olympic Stadium
The Ataturk Olympic Stadium is located in Turkey which was used by the Turkish club, Besiktas in the 2013-14 season as their home ground was undergoing construction. It isn’t the home ground of ant football club currently, but is used to conduct a lot of top flight International matches. But the Beskitas fans did definitely reflected their love for the club in this ground which was indeed electrifying.
Sukru Saracoglu is the home ground of Turkish club, Fenerbahce. Fenerbahce is one of the biggest clubs in Turkey and the fans are as passionate for the club. It was opened in 1908 and went through the renovation stages in 1999, 2006, 2013 and recently in 2015. It currently has the capacity of over 53,000 after going through the renovation. The Fenerbahce fans are known to be very ardent followers of the club which makes the stadium incredibly loud.
1. Turk Telekom Arena
So here it is, the Turk Telekom Arena is the loudest football stadium in the world and is the home ground of Turkish club, Galatasaray. It has the capacity of over 52,000 and is best known for their fans. The Galatasaray fans are the ultimate ones who whole heartedly follow their club and have always been prevalent for the way of celebrating. They are always energetic and the atmosphere inside the stadium is definitely once a watch.