Top 5 Premier League Grounds


The Premier League is full of talented teams and players. However, it also has the stadiums to match. You'll find some of the most iconic sports arenas in the world in England. From Old Trafford and Anfield to Stamford Bridge and the Emirates. Some are packed with history, while others are state-of-the-art new builds.

Punters searching for new online betting sites will be familiar with most of the names we're about to mention. However, some of you might learn something new. If you're a fan of incredible football stadiums, check out our list below.

Old Trafford - The Theatre of Dreams is one of the most iconic sporting venues in the world. It holds 74,879 spectators and is home to Manchester United. Thousands of fans come here to cheer on the Red Devils every week. The atmosphere is fantastic. What's more, it's the eleventh-largest football stadium in Europe.

Old Trafford opened more than a century ago in 1910. Naturally, modifications have been made to the stadium over the years, but it's still incredibly unique. If you live in the local area, we'd recommend getting down for a tour as soon as possible. It's truly breathtaking.

Anfield - Liverpool's Anfield is renowned for its passion. Almost anything can happen when the Reds play here. We've seen them accomplish great things in the past. Nobody will forget the 4-0 win over Barcelona during last season's Champions League. It was one of the most special football moments of all time.

Believe it or not, Everton were the original tenants here. However, Liverpool made it their official home in 1892. A brand-new stand was added to the venue recently. LFC are expected to continue redeveloping over the next few years.

St James' Park - More than 50,000 passionate Geordies come to St James' Park every week to cheer on their beloved Newcastle United. The fans have seen plenty of ups and downs over the years, but this stadium has always remained. The Magpies have played their home fixtures here since 1892.

Furthermore, the ground has been used for several high-profile events, including the 2012 Olympic Games and Rugby Union World Cup. For that reason, it's one of the most famous venues in Britain.

Emirates Stadium - The Emirates opened in 2006 when Arsenal moved from Highbury. Arsene Wenger left an incredible legacy behind, and this a major part of it. The Gunner's stadium has a maximum capacity of 60,704. Additionally, it's the fourth-largest football ground in England.

The Arsenal team might not be successful as it once was, but they'll have this ground forever. As long as the doors stay open, they can build on these foundations for years to come.

Villa Park - Aston Villa's home got the nod over Stamford Bridge and White Hart Lane. This stadium is steeped in history. It opened in 1897 and holds 42,682 spectators. Villa Park has hosted dozens of major events over the years including the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup and 2012 FA Community Shield.



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