VIDEO: You've not experienced a restricted view until you've seen this stadium

There’s a stadium in Slovakia where an actual steam train goes by every now and then, between the pitch and the stand.

VIDEO: You've not experienced a restricted view until you've seen this stadium

It’s bizarre, and once you’ve watched it, you’ll no longer be able to complain about that pillar which once blocked your view on an away day.

That’s amateur side TJ Tatran Cierny Balog, but they behave more professionally than probably any Premier League footballers would in similar circumstances. There’s not even a glance up from the away team.

IT’S A STEAM TRAIN GUYS!! Wake up! How are you so unfazed?!

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