Top most spectacular stadiums in the Premier League
The Telegraph page lists the biggest capacity stadiums in the Premier League, including names like Old Trafford, Emirates, Anfield, etc.Boleyn Ground (West Ham – capacity: 35,016 people): The Hammers’ home ground is also known as Upton Park. Although there is no good service as elsewhere, the excitement here can rival that of any top Premier League stadium.
White Hart Lane (Tottenham – capacity: 36,284 people): People in the northeast of London have considered White Hart Lane as their second home. Many fans come here to watch their favorite team play every weekend.
Goodison Park (Everton – capacity: 39,572 people): After more than 20 years of use, the yard of “The Toffees” has somewhat degraded. However, this is still one of the oldest and symbolic locations of the people of the port city of Liverpool.
Stamford Bridge (Chelsea – capacity: 41,798 people): Although not as successful as the team in the same city of Arsenal, “The Blues” are the people who have written the history of the team in the present and future.
Villa Park (Aston Villa – capacity: 42,788 people): Founded in 1874, “The Villians” is one of the teams with the longest history in the Premier League. The football atmosphere is characterized by the country of the fog that attracts indigenous people and other tourists to visit the city of Birmingham.
Anfield (Liverpool – capacity: 45,522 people): No matter how good or bad the team is, “Anfield Sanctuary” has always been rated as the stadium with the most passionate atmosphere in the Premier League. The familiar melody “You’ll never walk alone” from four sides of the bleachers will make anyone new here feel creepy.
Saint James ’Park (Newcastle – capacity: 52.405): It is the pride and irreplaceable brand in the city of northeastern England
Etihad (Manchester City – capacity: 55,000): The number of fans of “The Citizen” increased significantly after the successive seasons. Faced with encouraging signs, they have upgraded the southern stands to serve fans around the world.
Emirates (Arsenal – capacity: 60,432 people): Leaving Highbury to move to Emitates in 2006 brought huge economic profits but could not help Arsenal regain its glory in the past. However, Arsene Wenger’s army is lucky to still receive unconditional support from fans.
Old Trafford (Manchester United- capacity: 75,731 people): As the most successful football team in the country, it is understandable when MU owns the fan base all over the world. Despite signs of decline in recent years, the “Theater of Dreams” still deserves to be the stadium with the most passionate football atmosphere in the Premier League.