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Best Stadiums In The Premier League For Atmosphere

Best Stadiums In The Premier League For Atmosphere

2020 has been a strange time for many football fans, due to the global pandemic caused by Covid-19 preventing fans from going to the stadiums since March to combat the spread of the virus further. However, because of this, it has got us back to thinking about when fans used to be in the stadium, which Premier League grounds had the best atmosphere? Below we discuss our favourites.

First of all, we would have to start with the northern stadiums as we do believe that northern fans do have more passion than southerners. The first stadium that we have found has some serious atmosphere is that of Newcastle's United St James' Park – this is not just down to the home fans, but with the away fans being stood up in the sky, seriously add to the effect of the game.

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Moreover, with Sheffield United back in the Premier League, Bramall Lane has since become a fortress again with the noise coming out of Sheffield when the Blades fans are behind their team is incredible. Sheffield United have started to struggle again this season and will be looking to regain their home form to enable them to avoid the drop.

We cannot create a stadium list about atmosphere if we aren't going to talk about Liverpool's Anfield. The infamous Kop is certainly a site that every football fan needs to witness and if we are honest there is nothing that beats a European evening at Anfield.

Going back down south, the terraces at Selhurst Park, home of Crystal Palace has always been renowned for its atmosphere as it still has that old football stadium feel that you require as a casual football fan, nothing better than an away win in the terraces with the sound of the drum beating at Selhurst Park.

And on the other end of the spectrum, and quite rare for a new stadium to have good atmosphere, but actually the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has been built in such a way that the atmosphere seems to be incredible. Although it is brand new, the aesthetic of this stadium is seriously incredible and if you haven't been yet that it is certainly something that we would have on our stadium football bucket list.


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