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English Premier League Stadiums
Here are the current list of English Premier League Stadiums, and some information to whet your appetite!
- Arsenal – Emirates Stadium – with a capacity of 60,272, the Emirates is the third-largest football stadium in England after Wembley and Old Trafford. For the purists this is no Highbury Stadium, and the atmosphere for sure lacks as a result, but for a purely functional, comfortable modern stadium of the modern era, The Emirates takes some beating!
- Aston Villa – Villa Park – with a seating capacity of 42,682 Villa Park has been the home of Aston Villa Football Club since 1897
- Bournemouth – Dean Court – the smallest stadium by capacity in the Premier League (11,464)
- Chelsea – Stanford Bridge – The stadium is located within the Moore Park Estate also known as Walham Green and is often referred to as simply The Bridge. The capacity is 41,798, making it the eighth largest ground in the Premier League.
- Crystal Palace – Selhurst Park – The record attendance in Selhurst Park was achieved in 1979, when 51,801 people saw Crystal Palace defeat Burnley F.C. 2–0 to clinch the Football League Second Division championship title.
- Everton – Goodison Park – The stadium has been home to Premier League club Everton F.C. since its completion in 1892 and is one of the world’s oldest purpose-built football grounds. The stadium is built in a residential area served by regular rail and bus services two miles (3 km) from Liverpool city centre.
- Leicester City – King Power Stadium – The all-seater stadium, inaugurated in July 2002, has a capacity of 32,262 and is the 19th largest stadium by capacity in England. The stadium is named after travel retail group King Power, which is a company owned by the club’s owners.
- Liverpool – Anfield – has a seating capacity of 45,276 making it the seventh largest football stadium in England.It has been the home of Liverpool F.C. since their formation in 1892. It was originally the home of Everton F.C. from 1884 to 1891, before they moved to Goodison Park after a dispute over rent
- Manchester City – City of Manchester / Etihad Stadium – After expansion in 2015, the stadium has a capacity of 55,097, making it the third-largest stadium in the Premier League and the eighth-largest in the United Kingdom
- Manchester United – Old Trafford – With a capacity of 75,635, it is the largest club stadium of any football team in the United Kingdom, the third-largest stadium and the second-largest football stadium in the United Kingdom, and the eleventh-largest in Europe
- Newcastle United – St James’ Park – has a seating capacity of 52,405
- Norwich City – Carrow Road – the stadium is located toward the east of the city, not far from Norwich railway station and the River Wensum.
- Southampton – St Mary’s Stadium – The stadium has a capacity of 32,505 and is currently the largest football stadium in the South of England (excluding London)
- Stoke City – Britannia Stadium – all-seater football stadium in Stoke-on-Trent, England and the home of Premier League club Stoke City F.C.. It has space for 27,902 spectators (reduced from 28,384 due to segregation). The stadium was built in 1997 at a cost of £14.7 million as a replacement for the Victoria Ground.
- Sunderland – Stadium of Light – With space for 49,000 spectators, the Stadium of Light has the sixth-largest capacity of any English football stadium and the fifth-largest Premier League stadium
- Swansea City – Liberty Stadium – It has a capacity of 20,750, making it the largest purpose-built venue in Swansea. It is the home stadium of Premier League club Swansea City and the Ospreys rugby team.
- Tottenham Hotspur – White Hart Lane – Built in 1899, it is the home of Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League and, after numerous renovations, the stadium has a capacity of 36,284
- Watford – Vicarage Road – An all-seater stadium, its current capacity is 21,577 following the completion of the new Sir Elton John Stand in 2014, and expansion work in 2015
- West Bromwich Albion – The Hawthorns – with a capacity of 27,000 it has been the home of Premier League club West Bromwich Albion F.C. since 1900, when it became the sixth ground to be used by the club.
- West Ham United – The Boleyn Ground (/Upton Park) – located in Upton Park, East London. Since 1904, it has been the home of Premier League side West Ham United F.C., with their predecessors Thames Ironworks playing their home games at Hermit Road. The stadium was also used shortly in the early 1990s by Charlton Athletic during its years of financial difficulty. The current seating capacity of the ground is 35,016
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