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Football stadiums are just a reflection of what is going on in society. Many times in stadiums, people just feel more relaxed and say what they think when they’re somewhere else.
It would be great to play in England. The atmosphere in the stadiums is incredible.
The Hawthorns has a good atmosphere, like many of the Premier League stadiums.
It’s always nice to play in new and big stadiums.
It’s a massive difference when you play in front of full stadiums; you can sense the buzz around the players, and it helps us get that extra one or two per cent that may be the difference in games.
The Premier League is the best in the world. It is fascinating because of all the teams, the atmosphere and stadiums. The football is of course a little more aggressive, there is more contact but I like this.
In England, the fans are more spectators than supporters. There’s a better atmosphere in French stadiums.
It’s much easier to be successful than it is to be relevant. The tricks won’t keep you relevant. Tricks might keep you popular for a while, but in all honesty, I don’t know how U2 will stay relevant. I know we’ve got a future. I know we can fill stadiums. And yet with every record, I think, ‘Is this it? Are we still relevant?’
The Premier League is one of the best in the world, without a doubt. The stadiums are always full, and the atmosphere is incredible, but not every footballer is able to play in England. The character can be difficult for a foreigner.
I’ve been lucky enough to have fulfilled so many ambitions, and gone way past anything I ever thought I would do. I could never have imagined the career that I’ve had with the Foo Fighters – playing stadiums and having songs on the radio. It’s amazing, and my goal is really just to carry on playing.
I’m not scared of big stadiums. There are other risks in my profession, and I love taking risks.
I play against big teams in big stadiums.
We’ll always play different venues. We’ll play small clubs or stadiums or things in between.
If every racist who came to football was silenced, football stadiums would still be full of racists. Racism is everywhere in our society, it is inside every one of us.
The stadiums are like none I’ve ever seen. I think there must have been some strong competition nationally between Korea and Japan to make the best facilities because they are very well designed.
I think if you’re a footballer, you want to play in big stadiums like Old Trafford.
Stadiums are full, pitches are good, the press is different, people are different, the football culture is different. Everyone talks highly of England and I’d like to experience it one day. You see more space, more opportunity to enjoy your football. It’s more physical, more intense, but I think I’d be comfortable.
At the World Cup and even now at the Confederations Cup, our security provisions will ensure the greatest level of protection possible for all those participating – both inside and outside the stadiums.
I am pleased for Poland as a country, that new motorways are being constructed, new businesses, new stadiums.
Ultimately, we are doing the same job as the men, but I understand that we’re not filling out stadiums.
In those days a concert was a personal experience. I wanted to be as close as possible to the audience, and of course big stadiums didn’t enable you to do that. It wasn’t my style.
Andrew Carnegie loved libraries; he knew their importance to an educated society and as anchors to our communities. And so, just as some loyal baseball fans travel to attend games at all 30 major league stadiums, over the last decade or so, I have slowly, casually, visited Carnegie libraries whenever I am on the road.
We are playing at home, with full stadiums and passionate fans. It will be very special moment for me.
Football teams represent cities and colleges and schools. The people have built great stadiums, and the game is culturally intertwined with our calendar. We don’t go back to college for the college. We go back for a football game, and, yes, we even call that ‘homecoming.’
You know all these stadiums that U2 are playing? I’ve played in them. And I’m building up to it again.
Wembley is one of the top stadiums in the world.
For women‘s football in this country, it’s important we do play in the best stadiums, and for me, Wembley is the best in this country.
At Barca, we always have an obligation to win and to do it in style for our fans in the stadiums and around the world.