All the 20 stadiums of this Premier League season have been ranked according to their capacity.
Here are the Premier League stadiums ranked by their capacity , starting from the stadium with lowest capacity.
20. Dean Court [11,464] AFC Bournemouth
Opened in 1910 and renovated in 2001, Dean Court is currently the smallest stadium in the Premier League. With a limited capacity of 11,464, the club may explore the option of expanding the stadium should they continue to be successful in the Premier League.
19. Vicarage Road [21,000] Watford
Vicarage Road, known to Hornets fans as The Vic, has been Watford’s home since the club moved from Cassio Road in 1922. It is an all-seater stadium, its current capacity is 21,000.
The two Main Stands are named after the club’s two Honorary Life Presidents, Sir Elton John and Graham Taylor, who were owner and manager during its most successful period.
18. Liberty Stadium [21,088] Swansea City
Liberty Stadium was built-in 2005 by Swansea council. On opening, it had a capacity of 20,750, making it the largest purpose-built venue in Swansea; minor layout changes have since increased this.
Swansea also share the Liberty Stadium with the Ospreys rugby union team and the venue has hosted international matches for Wales.
17. Turf Moor [21,944] Burnley
Turf Moor is the home ground of Burnley FC, who have played there since moving from Calder Vale ground in 1883. This unbroken service makes Turf Moor the longest continuously used ground of any of the 49 teams which have played in the Premiership.
16. Kirklees Stadium [24,169] Huddersfield Town
When the stadium first opened in 1994, only the Riverside and Kilner Bank stands were in place. The South Stand followed in December 1994 and the North Stand was built-in 1998. They are hosting Premier League football for the first time this season.