LiveRugbyTickets discovered the worst rugby stadiums in the world by analysing more than 15,000 TripAdvisor reviews for 40 different grounds.
They created their very own index looking into the following four variables across these reviews and gave each a score out of 10:
From this, they gave each stadium an overall fan satisfaction score out of 10 before ranking them to identify the best (and worst) rugby stadiums around the world.
Bristol Bears home Ashton Gate was rated the tenth WORST stadium in the world according to these rankings.
Below, we look at the FIVE worst rugby stadiums in the world.
Worst rugby stadiums in the world
#5. Stade de France (Paris, France)
- Capacity: 80,698
- Opened: 1998
- Home to: France
- Cost: €364 million
- DID YOU KNOW? It will host the opening and closing ceremonies and the athletics events at the 2024 Summer Olympics