Top 10 most intimidating college football stadiums

Texas A&M was unwilling to provide funds, so Kyle fenced off a section of the southwest corner of campus that had been assigned to him for agricultural use. The Aggies enjoyed an undefeated season in 1919, accumulating a combined score of 275–0.Although some believe that the field was instead named after Dr. Allen Kyle, a member of the Board of Directors from 1911–1915, the Board of Directors decreed that Kyle Field was in fact named for E. Aggie supporters began to clamor for a stadium, but only ,400 was raised by 1920.82,600 (2001-2007)80,650 (1999-2000)58,292 (1998)70,210 (1992-1997)72,387 (1982-1991)70,016 (1980-1981)54,000 (1977-1979)48,000 (1973-1976)52,000 (1967-1972)41,500 (1953-1966)40,000 (1949-1952)32,890 (1927-1948) Kyle Field is the football stadium located on the campus of Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas.It has been the home to the Texas A&M Aggie football team in rudimentary form since 1904, and as a complete stadium since 1927. Kyle field has a stated capacity of 82,589 (the thirteenth largest stadium in the NCAA), but has hosted a crowd in excess of 90,000.The stadium's full name is actually Estadio Alberto J.Armando, but is commonly referred to as La Bombonera, meaning the Chocolate Box, a reference to its shape - one totally flat stand along one side and then 3 other sheer sides, rising up almost vertically, giving the stadium fantastic acoustics. It's like a gentle Sunday morning stroll down to the newsagents in comparison with trips to our 10 intimidating stadiums from around the world...

The new stadium—the lower half of the current structure's west grandstand—opened later that year.Visiting an opponent's stadium is not supposed to be the most pleasant experience out there, but there are a number of grounds which are a joy to visit, and simply fun to go to and see your team play.On the other hand, there are those stadiums that strike fear into the heart of any visitors, helping the home side win the game before a ball has even been kicked.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.