The 10 Toughest Pitches on Instagram

Mar 6, 2019


With more pitches turning to turf, and turf burn on the rise, we decided to see what else soccer players around the world are up against. We scoured the gram for the 10 toughest pitches to take on. From the frozen ice caps of Greenland to the scorched desert of Jordan, here they are:

 

    • Pitch name: Arena Khimki
      Location: Moscow, Russia
      Typical Climate: Cold and snowy
      One Liner: For braving the frigid winters

    • Pitch name: Unknown
      Location: Greece
      Typical climate: Hot and sunny
      One Liner: Where the game is the only thing that matters

    • Pitch Name: Bettye Wilson Park
      Location: Las Vegas
      Typical Climate: Dry heat
      One liner: For playing up in the clouds

    • Pitch name: Unknown
      Location: Greenland
      Typical climate: Frigid temperatures
      One liner: For playing at sea

    • Pitch name: Unknown
      Location: Unknown
      Typical climate: Hot and sunny
      One liner: For watching the net bulge

    • Pitch name: Hill Park
      Location: Saltdean, England
      Typical climate: Mild and rainy
      One liner: For feeling right at home on away days

      • Pitch name: Dick's Sporting Goods Park
        Location: Commerce City, Colorado
        Typical climate: High altitude/snowy
        One liner: The perfect place for a match

    • Pitch name: SNAKE Court
      Location: Gresham, Oregon
      Typical climate: Mild and rainy
      One liner: For playing side by side

    • Pitch name: Unknown
      Location: Jordan
      Typical climate: Sunny and dry
      One liner: For leaving your opponent in the dust

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    • Pitch name: Unknown
      Location: Iceland
      Typical climate: Seasonal
      One liner: For leaving a legacy

    • Pitch name: City Stade
      Location: Lyon, France
      Typical climate: Seasonal
      One liner: For squeezing in a kickabout

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