In a city and province that is packed with churches, it’s perhaps fitting that the stadium of local football giants FC Groningen is called the Green Cathedral. Another nickname of the cosy Euroborg is the Green Hell, but whichever moniker you prefer, the fact is that the stadium is a masterpiece of architecture. From the outside it may look a bit dull and hardly resembles a holy football temple, but once inside it’s easy to understand why the home team's opponents often have difficulties beating the green and white squad. Each of its 21,879 seats are always filled to the rafters with fanatical supporters at home matches and the stands are divided into two rings that entirely surround the pitch. The complex also has other facilities including a cinema, restaurants, a school, a casino, offices, a supermarket and even a martial arts school. FC Groningen's stadium is also the only one in the Netherlands that creates green energy with the solar panels on its roof.