Top 5 intimidating european grounds


Attacks usually involve fast swoops and raking with massive talons.

In Connecticut, during the 2010 hawk nesting season, multiple people were attacked by a territorial individual.

Last season's La Liga title success and run to the final of the Champions League created some magnificent atmospheres, and they only look like getting better the more the team can compete with the traditional top two in Spain.

The steep terracing of Valencia's Mestalla Stadium makes the 55,000-capacity venue a stunning stadium to look at, and a brilliant one to watch a football match at too.

A part of the Valencia skyline since 1923, there have been several attempts to take Los Che away from their famous old ground in the past, but the Mestalla remains standing.

Some stadiums have celebrated more success than others but each ground has its own rich heritage and unique atmosphere.

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From Craven Cottage to Wembley, From Wrexham Racecourse to Old Trafford, find out what makes each of these stadiums so special.

Fulham’s home ground has a perfect Thames-side location, tucked away next to elegant Bishop’s Park in one of the most discreetly well-heeled areas of London.

It is the most regularly sighted Buteo, or open country hawk, and can be found in farmland, highway margins, parks, native prairie, and at the edges of lightly wooded habitats.

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