Lists of Football stadiums in England.
Football Stadiums are very important in football games, it is a very important Facility. without the pitch, there is no way the game of football will be played. The football stadium has different kinds of grasses depending on the economy of that particular country. Countries in Africa won’t be able to afford a good and standard stadium compare to England.
Some Stadiums are famous in England, due to some special events, some have become a household name, due to the number of trophies that have been won in the stadium.
some are famous for its capacity, how big and how beautiful it is. Most stadiums in England uses Hybrid turf pitches. All current Premier League sides have them, most designed by Desso Sports Systems.
Lists of Football stadiums in England.
SPORTYLEAGUES.COM presents to you the lists of football stadiums in England.
1. WEMBLEY STADIUM
Wembley stadium was originally built in 1923, it was called the Empire stadium initially, and it was sited on the same land where the new Wembley was built in 2007. The Brazilian legend once said the stadium is the heart of football. The stadium cost £750,000. The current capacity of the stadium is 90000. It is the official stadium of the England national team. It is one of the best teams in the world.
2. Old Trafford
This is the stadium of Manchester United, it was established in the year 1910 it has a capacity of 74,879, it is the largest football club in the United Kingdom, though Wembley is bigger than Old Trafford when it comes to the overall largest stadium in the United Kingdom. Old Trafford is the 11th largest stadium in Europe. Bobby Charlton regarded as one of the greatest of all time nicknamed Old Trafford as The Theatre of Dreams.
3. London Stadium
London Stadium (formerly and also known as Olympic Stadium and The Stadium at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park is for West Ham United and It was constructed for the 2012 Summer Olympics and 2012 Summer Paralympics. It now serves primarily as the home of West Ham United of the Premier League. The Capacity of the stadium is 60,000, and the field size is 115 by 74 yards (105 by 68 m).
4. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
This is the stadium of Tottenham Hotspur in North London. The stadium was Formally White Hart Lane.
It has a capacity of 62,303, making it one of the largest stadiums in the Premier League and the largest club stadium in London. the name Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is temporary, as the club is looking to sell the naming right to a sponsor.
This is the home of Arsenal, it is known as the Emirates Stadium. is a football stadium in Holloway, London, England, and the home of Arsenal. With a capacity of 60,704, it is the fourth-largest football stadium in England after Wembley Stadium, Old Trafford and Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
6. Etihad Stadium (City of Manchester Stadium)
This is the stadium of Manchester City, it is known as the Etihad Stadium, is the home of Manchester City and, with a domestic football capacity of 55,097, the stadium is the 6th largest in the Premier League. The stadium was renamed due to sponsorship reasons. The stadium was constructed in 1992. It has a field size of 115 by 74 yards (105 by 68 m).
Anfield is a football stadium in Anfield, Liverpool, Merseyside, England, which has a seating capacity of 54,074, making it the seventh-largest football stadium in England. It has been the home of Liverpool F.C. since its formation in 1892. It was originally the home of Everton F.C before they finally move to Goodison Park. The Field size is 101 meters (110 yds) by 68 meters (74 yds).
8. St. James Park Stadium
St James’ Park is a football stadium in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It is the home of Premier League club Newcastle United FC With a seating capacity of 52,388, it is the eighth largest football stadium in England.St James’ Park has been the home ground of Newcastle United since 1892 and has been used for football since 1880. It has a capacity of 52,387. It has a field size of 115 × 74.4 yards (105 × 68 meters)
9. Stadium of Light
The Stadium of Light is an all-seater football stadium in Sunderland, England and the eighth and current home to Sunderland A.F.C. With space for 49,000 spectators, the Stadium of Light is the ninth-largest stadium in England. 115 × 75 yards (105 × 68 meters. It was opened for play in 1996.
Villa Park is a football stadium in Aston, Birmingham, England, with a seating capacity of 42,785. It has been the home of Aston Villa Football Club since 1897. Villa Park has hosted 55 FA Cup semi-finals, more than any other stadium. the field size is 105 × 68 meters by 344 × 226 feet.