18:11, Fri 11 Jan
Been to most grounds,in order mine would be

Ninian Park moody as feck you could feel the tension in the air

Upton Park would be 2nd but not on par with Cardiff

Millwall but its mellowed these days.

Wolves just inbreds jealous of Birmingham as a city

Burnley saw it go right off there in the 90s
18:12, Fri 11 Jan
Chelsea in the 70,s was the worst, cup tie and king Kenny gets the only goal, Millwall Tottenham were all at home and really moody.

The old den was tasty as well, for some reason wolves never really bothered me. I missed out on going to Cardiff,s old ground and much to my regret.
DB
18:14, Fri 11 Jan
Only time I felt intimidated in a ground was when Stoke invaded the pitch when we done them 7-0 twenty (!) years ago. That was only because I was eight at the time.

Outside I'd have to say Upton Park, not even so much for West Ham or any aggro, just more that the area around their old ground was moody on an evening fixture.
The Usual Suspect
18:18, Fri 11 Jan
DB
Be Upton Park for me, a great away fixture that was.
18:33, Fri 11 Jan
Makes me laugh reading one post, that says 'Birmingham' ? one of the worst? It's easy now !

The wannabe SI wearing warriors of today, haven't got a clue what it used to be like !

Anyone who followed Blues from 70's through to maybe 2005 ish, knows because of how fans were 'welcomed', at St.Andrews, you had to have your wits about ya, wherever you went !

The Old Den, Upton Park, Ninian Park, Aryesome Park, Elland Rd. Stamford Bridge, in the 80's, could all be rough, especially when we 'turned out' properly !

Stanley Park, on occasions, at both Scouse games, could be eventful !

You only need to talk to people on holidays etc. to find out how people found their trips to St.Andrews !

Was on holiday with a bird once, in Ibiza and a Boro fan wanted to stab me, when I said I was Blues !

The good/bad old days !

Imagine if mobile phones had been in everyones pockets in the 80's, 90's, would have been murders on a large scale !
18:48, Fri 11 Jan
There’s some great pride I take being one of the ‘scarier’ teams to visit. Now I hate the petty violence and ganging up on people, I’ve seen it walking up to Digbeth before a game with kids having a go at away followers with families, that I have no time for but unlike the vile who give the fingers behind the police, it’s nice to know if anything does happen, most the time we end up on top.
We aren’t a very good football team and we will never have a big trophy cabinet but our fans are one of the best and intimidating and nobody can take that away from us, small in numbers but when it counts we show up. I love our ‘working class’ background and our tin shed of a stadium, it puts people off! I love our club and let’s hope we can win most arrests for a 4th time! Up the f’n blues!
18:54, Fri 11 Jan
Spot on, we did have the numbers as well early 80's but have lost that now for one reason or another. No surprises on that twitter link really,St Andrews being top 5 easily and Witton not even on anyones radar.
18:57, Fri 11 Jan
Upton Park for me, got the shite kicked out of me in the alley way next to the ground as well. Emosh.
18:57, Fri 11 Jan
Liverpool and Everton in the 80’s when people started to use weapons.

The bastards were evil.
@Bluewurst1875
19:11, Fri 11 Jan
Bluewurst
Liverpool and Everton in the 80’s when people started to use weapons.

The bastards were evil.

This. Been involved in a few around Stanley Park with Blues just taking advantage of their boozers and not giving a shite. Some naughty business.
19:20, Fri 11 Jan
Liverpool is rough as feck. Some bloke in the wetherspoons next to lime street threatened to stab me and my pal in there on the night Jerome scored that screamer
19:22, Fri 11 Jan
Rags
I don't think any ground is intimidating once in the ground .

Standing in the home end of Roker Park in early '70s, with blues scarves on, was a bit intimidating!... 😁😁😁
19:36, Fri 11 Jan
70s & 80s anywhere was potentially dangerous. St.Andrews, first couple of seasons back in Div 1, crikey: Wolves, Man U, Spurs, Chelsea stick out, anyone that brought numbers had plenty 'up for it.'...

Most intimidated away: Hull in Bazza's promo season. My health was dipping, so couldn't run if I wanted to, snow in the Midlands put a lot off... Nought on Humberside: word was that we were taking 3-4K, about 1200 braved the weather.

They attacked Blues, women & children, in a pub pre match, tried to break into the away dressing room at HT (Cladger's book.), whilst it was kicking off beneath the stand (2-400 Blues), & were waiting & attacking anyone outside. Hairy...

KRO
Yum, Yum, Gimme Some...
19:55, Fri 11 Jan
Stoke; Cardiff; Millwall; Wolves; Everton.

A few grounds have not lived up to their fans’ reputation. London Stadium last week was as intimating as a visit to the tennis at Wimbledon. Bruges, likewise.

I think our reputation goes before us, and makes other fans think twice about starting anything. So we should be praised for lowering levels of trouble, surely?!
20:01, Fri 11 Jan
Years ago. Wolves, Swansea, Cardiff, Maine Rd, White Hart Lane at night, West Ham, Bristol City.

Always kids scouting “got the time mate” or asking other scores the little feckers.
20:07, Fri 11 Jan
JPMckeown90
There’s some great pride I take being one of the ‘scarier’ teams to visit. Now I hate the petty violence and ganging up on people, I’ve seen it walking up to Digbeth before a game with kids having a go at away followers with families, that I have no time for but unlike the vile who give the fingers behind the police, it’s nice to know if anything does happen, most the time we end up on top.
We aren’t a very good football team and we will never have a big trophy cabinet but our fans are one of the best and intimidating and nobody can take that away from us, small in numbers but when it counts we show up. I love our ‘working class’ background and our tin shed of a stadium, it puts people off! I love our club and let’s hope we can win most arrests for a 4th time! Up the f’n blues!

Well said.
20:09, Fri 11 Jan
voodZ
Bluewurst
Liverpool and Everton in the 80’s when people started to use weapons.

The bastards were evil.

This. Been involved in a few around Stanley Park with Blues just taking advantage of their boozers and not giving a shite. Some naughty business.

Same. Fighting off the bastards so the Smiths coach driver could get onto the bus by Stanley Park.
We left there minus 3-4 windows and still drove back to Brum in the dark and rain in winter.
Everybody huddled up together at the back to keep warm.

Would never happen now.
21:51, Fri 11 Jan
Leeds in the 70's, we lost 3-0 but I didn't see much of the game. They just mingled with us, asked how we had got there, identified everyone and picked people off outside on the way back to the coaches. I was 15 at the time.
21:55, Fri 11 Jan
Ninian Park, Ayesome Park and Maine Rd back in day for me.
Exhillerating rather than intimidating I would say.
The Old Den and Upon Park were up there too.
Notice, these were all old grounds.
That was liquid football!
22:48, Fri 11 Jan
Orient back in 72 when the place was crawling with Milwall fans , unreal athmosphere , bomb threat , pitch invasion & being ambushed by Milwall fans, luckily we escaped unscathed but the threat was there before, during & after the game . Brilliant win & promotion , I was 16 , happy days.