7) Villa Park (Aston Villa)
Villa Park is one of England’s very well-known stadiums. It’s got one of the best atmospheres in the league with a capacity of 42,682. The Villan’s home ground has hosted many international matches, FA Cup fixtures, European cup ties and also 1966 World Cup’s 3 group stage games. The stadium has a pretty decent geographical location which is one of the reasons why it is rated so highly.
6) Anfield (Liverpool F.C.)
Here come the big guns. Liverpool’s home support is one of the most intimidating supports in the football world and who doesn’t remember the great comeback of the Reds vs Barcelona, in that match the home support of Liverpool was really acting as the 12th man. The fans singing “You will never walk alone” is one of the best chants in the world. There is no doubt about Anfield’s atmosphere being so unmatched In Europe but the weekly basis league matchday atmosphere is not so superlative.
5) Etihad Stadium (Manchester City)
Also known as Eastlands, the City of Manchester Stadium, has a very beautiful structure. Manchester City gets a fair bit of stick for their crowds, and often deservingly so. The atmosphere isn’t very intimidating but the beauty, the facilities, and the value for money add up to the experience of being there. It feels luxurious being in the Citizen’s home ground. The security, the food everything is up to the mark and has also got a pretty good capacity of almost 55,097.
4) St. James Park (Newcastle United)
The only mid-table team’s stadium to be ranked so high. St James Park has a great capacity of 52,354. The maximum attendance there was recorded to be 68,386 in a game against Chelsea. It has been the home ground of Newcastle United since 1892 and has been used for football since 1880. The stadium of the Magpies gives somewhat a feeling of a bear pit for visiting teams. The in-form Newcastle team can be very intimidating on their home ground.
3) Old Trafford (Manchester United)
The beauty of Old Trafford is a class of its own. “The Theatre of Dreams” is what it’s called among football fans and it is one of the most famous stadiums all over the globe. The arena has got a classic design and is comfortably the largest stadium in the United Kingdom with a massive capacity of 74,140 seats. The Red Devils haven’t had much success in recent years and Old Trafford is desperate to see success as it is used to it.
2) Emirates Stadium (Arsenal F.C.)
The Gooners have the blessing of a great, great stadium. The Emirates have a capacity of 60,260(the 4th largest in England). The pitch of the stadium is quite immaculate. The inside and the outside views of the arena are a thing of beauty. In addition to the beauty, the security, food, drinks, stewarding and every facility are not just the best in the Premier League but it is quite possibly the best in the world. Emirates is second in our list of Premier League stadiums from worst to best.
1) Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Tottenham)
The very recently build Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is rated at the top of all Premier League stadiums and very rightfully so. The views, the atmosphere, the facilities and the value for money and almost everything is top-notch and the best in the league. The very modern design of the stadium adds to the scenic beauty. The new stadium has boosted the crowd too.