Ranking All 20 Premier League Stadiums from Worst to Best
13) The City Ground (Nottingham Forest)
Situated on the banks of the River Trent, The City Ground has been home to Nottingham Forest Football Club since 1898 and has a capacity of 30,445. The match day atmosphere at the stadium is one of the best in England. The club has plan of redeveloping the stadium, Central to this will be the replacement of the current Peter Taylor Stand with a new 10,000-seater stand, and improvements to the Trentside area, Brian Clough and Bridgford Stand.
12) Craven Cottage (Fulham)
Resting on the banks of the River Thames, Craven Cottage, is the oldest football stadium in London. It has been the home of Fulham F.C. since 1896. It has a capacity of only just above 19k, making it one of the smallest stadiums in the Premier League. A ground steeped in rich history and tradition, Craven Cottage is accessible via all major transport links. However, sometimes Craven Cottage lacks the “fizz and crack” atmosphere produced at other grounds.
11) St. Mary’s (Southampton)
Southampton’s home ground is another stadium that was built after the turn of the millennium. The stadium has a capacity of 32,384 and is currently the largest football stadium outside London in South England. The stadium is located at Britannia Road, Southampton, England. If we take the home record this season Southampton tops the league, this shows the importance of their home ground. The arena doesn’t have the best of atmospheres in the Premier League but has got other very good facilities such as food and drinks, good police and also a decent view.
10) Stamford Bridge (Chelsea F.C.)
Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge has been the home for them since 1905. It is among the best football stadiums n the world. The beauty of the stadium is exceptional and the blue-colored stands look very pleasing to the eyes. The Bridge is the 9th largest venue in the Premier League with a capacity of 40,834. The record attendance in the Blues’ home ground was wait-for-it a whooping 82,905 in a game of Chelsea vs Arsenal on 12th October 1935. The club has also shelved plans for the renovation of the stadium which would increase the capacity.
9) Brentford Community Stadium (Brentford)
Brentford Community Stadium is a brand new stadium that was opened for use in September 2020. After having played at Griffin Park since 1904, Brentford made the switch in 2020 and they were finally able to execute a plan that had been in development since 2002. The ground has four distinct stands – South, North, West, and East. The stadium has a capacity of 17,250 and is suitable for use for both association football and rugby union matches.
8) AMEX Stadium (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Also known as the Falmer Stadium, AMEX stadium is known for its good facilities such as stewarding, food, police, etc. and has also got a good view. Brighton moved to the American Express Community Stadium in 2011 and after the club’s promotion to the top tier in 2017 the ground has the privilege to host Premier League games. The support for the club has also grown in recent years as the club management emphasizes on keep improving the matchday experience for the fans.