5) Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland, England is host to Bamburgh Castle Football Club. Not a bad venue for a Sunday League side!
4) This stadium in Marina Bay, Singapore may only have one stand, but I bet people queue up to watch some football on the world’s largest floating stage.
3) This football stadium in the Faroe Islands has it’s own boat to go and collect stray balls that have gone into the sea! Emile Heskey is banned from playing here!
2) Situated right on the Mediterranean sea in Croatia, this small pitch is surrounded by beaches, mountains and the sea. Glorious!
1) We’re not sure where in the World this is, it’s a bigger mystery than why Ali Dia ever signed for Southampton! However, we do know that to get to this beach based pitch you have to travel by boat!
And finally the football pitch made famous by Tokyo Drift: Play on top of a high rise building in the middle of Tokyo at night must be a good laugh. Hopefully you’e not scared of heights!