Most intimidating sports

The club was created by members of the Serbian United Antifascist Youth League and was formed from the remains of SK Jugoslavija after the club was disbanded following German occupation during the conflict.They inherited the crest of colours of the defunct club, with the logo featuring the red star which has given the modern day club its name.

Home-field advantage is an important factor in every sport, but probably more so in college football than any other.

There are huge variations in the architecture and design of stadiums from school to school, and some stadiums are even built specifically to trap in noise.

They’re the defending national champions, and with a repeat on the line, Memorial Stadium is likely to be even crazier this year.

Capacity: 102,321Big home games in 2017: Auburn, Texas A&MReferred to as Death Valley, Tiger Stadium is more or less where teams go to die.

Whenever I play against Arsenal – and this is just a personal thing – I go up and think "let me whack the first one, then we will see who wants it.' While the Europa League clash may lack the aggression, hatred and violence of those clashes with Partizan, Red Star games are notoriously hostile, with fans previously setting fire to parts of the stadium.

But Arsenal will also be facing a side with a rich history of its own.

The Arsenal players and supporters are set to experience one of the most intense and intimidating atmospheres in world football when they take on Red Star Belgrade on Thursday night.

The Europa League clash sees the Gunners travel to the Majko Mitic Stadium, also known as the Marakana, where more than 50,000 Serbian fans will cheer their team on with the aid of pyrotechnics and banners.

The grind-it-out football the Badgers play lends itself to some phenomenal matchups when the weather gets cold, and Wisconsin is never out of the game when they play at home.

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