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Top 5 Grounds In The PL

Top 5 Grounds In The PL

The Premier League resumes on Boxing Day as fans flock to stadiums all over the country to see their favourite teams, but have you ever thought about which are the best facilities in the Premier League? Whether you're a fan that's looking for the most modern features or you prefer a bit of history, we've made a list of the top 5 best Premier League grounds in England and why they're some of the most popular.

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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Tottenham has recently upped their game when it comes to their ground to almost double the size of their previous stadium White Hart Lane. The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium may not have the most imaginative name, but it makes up for that with the most state-of-the-art additions and a few features that you may not even have thought of! The stadium was built in 2019, at the price of £1 billion, and they've used it in the best ways possible. The stadium is made up of the most contemporary materials – metal panels, glazed cladding, and of course, LED lights to boot to create that breath taking view when entering the stadium. One of the most exciting features of this stadium is the stands. They are set at a 35-degree angle, for the most immersive views you'll find in the Premier League.

Emirates Stadium

Arsenal's home ground is dubbed one of the most impressive, and also one of the most intimidating for teams, and fans alike when they enter this four-tiered fortress. The stadium itself is made up of glass and steel, which gives the Emirates one of the largest stadiums in England, but unfortunately, a stadium of this stature comes at a price. The Emirates was opened in 2006, and although Arsenal's dedicated fans still manage to fill the stadium to just under capacity, if you're looking to buy a season ticket, you're looking at being set back at least £1000. Amazing stadium, but with startling season ticket prices.

St James' Park

The next is Newcastle's home stadium St. James' Park, which is right in the centre of the city itself. One of the oldest stadiums on the list, St. James' was built in 1880 – becoming home to the Northeast side shortly after in 1892, and ever since. Whilst there are current talks of upgrading Newcastle's beloved stadium, it's not the facilities or the expensive materials that make it one of the best stadiums to visit in the Premier League. The stadium is one of the best when it comes to support from fans – which makes it an intimidating place for opposing teams and away visitors. The lop-sided appearance makes it not only one of the best places for an overall fan experience, but away visitors can take advantage of the Leazes Stand which shows the Newcastle countryside, paired with the city skyline in all its glory.

Stamford Bridge

Since 1905, Stamford Bridge has been home to Chelsea, situated in West London. The stadium is up there with some of the best in the Premier League and seats 40,341 fans, both home and away. Although it's not one of the biggest on the list – it comes in at the 8th largest when compared to others in the league – updates have seen modernisations and stands being roofed. Whilst the stadium is modern, it could be said that it needs more upgrades to make it worthy of the team that Chelsea has become.

Villa Park

Compared to the other stadiums on the list, Villa Park is one of the oldest. Built in 1897, Villa Park has undergone upgrades since, but still maintains its traditional appeal. One of the best features that come with this stadium is that all stands have their own unique design. The stadiums often sell out on a match day due to the dedicated Aston Villa supporters that come from far and wide to watch their team. This stadium makes it onto the list not because of its modern updates, but because of the overall match-day experience.



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