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Northern Premier League Premier Division Football Grounds in England

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Northern Premier League Premier Division 0/22 grounds visited (0%)

Team/GroundI've Been There!
For FootballTour/Non-Football
Ashton United 
Hurst Cross
Atherton Collieries 
Alder Street
Bamber Bridge 
Sir Tom Finney Stadium
Basford United 
Greenwich Avenue
The Silverlands
FC United of Manchester 
Broadhurst Park
Gigg Lane (old ground)
Tameside Stadium (old ground)
Bower Fold (old ground)
Moss Lane (old ground)
Stainton Park (old ground)
Ewen Fields (old ground)
Gainsborough Trinity 
Grantham Town 
South Kesteven Stadium
London Road (old ground)
Hyde United 
Ewen Fields
Lancaster City 
Giant Axe
Matlock Town 
Causeway Lane
Mickleover Sports 
Station Road
Morpeth Town 
Craik Park
Nantwich Town 
The Weaver Stadium
Jackson Avenue (old ground)
Radcliffe FC 
Stainton Park
Scarborough Athletic 
Flamingo Land Stadium
Queensgate (old ground)
Silver Royd (old ground)
South Shields 
Mariners Park
Simonside Hall (old ground)
Eden Lane Park (old ground)
Stafford Rangers 
Marston Road
Stalybridge Celtic 
Bower Fold
Warrington Town 
Cantilever Park
Whitby Town 
Turnbull Ground
Witton Albion 
Wincham Park
Central Ground (old ground)

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Grounds in Northern Premier League Premier Division Ordered by Capacity

1.South Kesteven Stadium home to Grantham Town7,500
2.Bower Fold home to Stalybridge Celtic6,500
3.The Silverlands home to Buxton5,200
4.Wincham Park home to Witton Albion4,813
5.Hurst Cross home to Ashton United4,500
6.Broadhurst Park home to FC United of Manchester4,400
7.Northolme home to Gainsborough Trinity4,304
8.Ewen Fields home to Hyde United4,073
9.Marston Road home to Stafford Rangers4,000
10.Stainton Park home to Radcliffe FC4,000
11.Giant Axe home to Lancaster City3,500
12.Mariners Park home to South Shields3,500
13.The Weaver Stadium home to Nantwich Town3,500
14.Turnbull Ground home to Whitby Town3,500
15.Sir Tom Finney Stadium home to Bamber Bridge3,000
16.Alder Street home to Atherton Collieries2,500
17.Cantilever Park home to Warrington Town2,500
18.Causeway Lane home to Matlock Town2,257
19.Flamingo Land Stadium home to Scarborough Athletic2,000
20.Greenwich Avenue home to Basford United1,600
21.Station Road home to Mickleover Sports1,500
22.Craik Park home to Morpeth Town1,000
  • Average capacity in Northern Premier League Premier Division: 3,463

Best supported teams in Northern Premier League Premier Division

#TeamNumber of Fans
1.FC United of Manchester150
2.Scarborough Athletic100
3.Stafford Rangers40
4.Stalybridge Celtic37
5.Witton Albion33
6.Hyde United29
8.Nantwich Town18
9.Gainsborough Trinity16
10.Grantham Town15
11.Lancaster City15
12.South Shields13
13.Matlock Town12
14.Whitby Town12
15.Warrington Town9
16.Ashton United8
17.Atherton Collieries6
18.Radcliffe FC6
19.Bamber Bridge4
20.Mickleover Sports3
21.Basford United2
22.Morpeth Town0
  • Average # fans in Northern Premier League Premier Division: 24

Which team's fans have been to the most grounds in Northern Premier League Premier Division?

#TeamAvg Grounds Visited
1.Radcliffe FC165.17
2.Matlock Town141.00
3.Grantham Town123.67
4.Atherton Collieries114.33
5.Warrington Town92.56
6.Ashton United87.88
7.Stafford Rangers82.70
8.Nantwich Town82.67
9.Scarborough Athletic82.05
10.FC United of Manchester77.21
11.South Shields72.15
12.Witton Albion69.85
13.Stalybridge Celtic68.16
14.Basford United66.00
15.Hyde United65.21
16.Mickleover Sports63.67
17.Whitby Town60.67
18.Lancaster City57.13
20.Gainsborough Trinity35.94
21.Bamber Bridge9.25
22.Morpeth Town0.00
  • Average # grounds visited in Northern Premier League Premier Division: 72.76

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