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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.The place seems to come alive when the Kop, the stadium's most vocal stand, bellows out "You'll Never Walk Alone" - especially on European nights.A host of key matches have been won due to the Reds' 12th man, just ask Chelsea or Dortmund fans.
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.Deployed in the city centre and at Heathrow Airport, you can fit three smarts side-by-side in the same space as a BMW 5 Series Touring. It looks like a three-wheeled Segway and has an incredible top speed of 25mph, while also being able to mount kerbs and turn on a sixpence.But how absolutely soul destroying would it be to have one of these flag you down for a misdemeanor? If Police Chief Wiggum had one of these, by George he could run down Usain Bolt!When a stadium is named after a field marshal who was mortally wounded during the Greek war of independence, it's safe to say that there will be some acts of violence in the stands.Only capable of housing around 32,000 Olympiacos supporters, the Karaiskakis Stadium makes up for it in sheer hostilities, noise and unorthodox fan sequences.
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From cut-throat gestures from the fans to choreographed gunfire, many teams and their travelling supporters have left Instabul in a daze due to the sheer hostility they face.