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5 Biggest Stadiums in the UK

English football remains the leading force of European football, so it is no surprise it is also home to some of the biggest and best stadiums in world football. This also comes as Liverpool have recently picked up the Premier league title, following a dominant season. They will now be looking to defend their title next season, and are already being supported to do so with the different paddy power promo code offers. But Manchester City will be expected to be much improved, and it sets up for a fascinating season next year. Anfield stadium is Liverpool's home, but this does not sit within the top five. Here we cover the top five biggest stadiums in the UK?

Emirates Stadium - 60,260

In at number five is Arsenal's Emirates Stadium. This opened back in July of 2006, following the side moving over from Highbury. The project was finished at a cost of £390 million and instantly put it as one of the biggest in the country. The highest attendance to date in the stadium was recorded back in 2007, when Arsenal hosted Manchester United with a capacity of 60,161.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium - 62,062

The newest stadium on the list and now regarded as the most modern in the world is the Tottenham Hotspur stadium. It opened in April of 2019, following the move over from White Hart lane. This multi-purpose stadium has a capacity of 62,062, with the largest recorded attendance being 61,104. That was recorded with a match against Chelsea back in December of 2019.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

London Stadium - 66,000

Number three in the list is the London stadium, which is a multi-purpose stadium and now home of West Ham United. It has a seated capacity of 66,000, which increases further to 80,000 for concerts. It was renovated between 2013 and 2016 for a cost of £274 million and is now one of the largest stadiums in the country.

Old Trafford - 76,000

In at number two is Old Trafford, which is of course home to Manchester United and the largest club stadium in the country. It has a capacity of 76,000 at present but the largest recorded total was 76,962 back in 1939. It is known as ‘The theatre of dreams' and is one of the most famous, long standing stadiums in world football today.

Wembley Stadium - 90,000

The largest stadium and by some way is Wembley Stadium, which is of course home to the national team. The FA headquarters are also within the stadium, which also hosts the FA Cup final. It also hosts endless other fixtures, such as the FA Community shield, League cup final and the Football league play-offs. It has a capacity of 90,000 and was built between 2003 and 2007. This was for a cost of £789 million at the time.

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