EFL Championship: Ranking The Stadiums On Atmosphere

16. New York Stadium – Rotherham United

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The New York Stadium was opened in 2012 and is the home of Rotherham United. It has a capacity of just over 12,000 and is quite striking in its design. For its capacity, the New York Stadium produces more than a decent atmosphere on matchdays.

15. Loftus Road – QPR

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Loftus Road is the home ground of Queens Park Rangers and has a capacity of over 18,000. The four stands are the Loftus Road End, The Stanley Bowles Stand, South Africa Road Stand and the School End. The atmosphere here is usually very good.

14. Vicarage Road – Watford

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Vicarage Road is an all-seater stadium with a capacity of 22,200. Not known for its loud chants and great atmosphere, the stadium is a traditional ground which has been modernized.

13. Turf Moor – Burnley

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Turf Moor opened its gates for a football match in 1883. It has a capacity of over 21,000. While the atmosphere isn’t something special to brag about, the old guns of the club’s fanbase are full of grit and character.

12. St Andrew’s – Birmingham City

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St Andrew’s has been the home ground of Birmingham City Football Club for more than a century since 1906. It has a capacity of over 29,000. The matches against the other clubs of the Midlands create a great atmosphere.

11. The John Smith’s Stadium – Huddersfield Town

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Kirklees Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium and has been the home of Huddersfield Town since 1994. The atmosphere is better than many other stadiums in the Championship. They sometimes use a band and a drummer to produce a dramatic atmosphere during the games.

10. bet365 Stadium (The Britannia Stadium) – Stoke City

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The previously called Britannia Stadium is the home of Stoke City since the stadium’s inception in 1997. The ground now has a great capacity of 30,089 after its renovations in 2017. The ground has a reputation for having a good atmosphere and other services provided by the stadium management are also up to the mark.

9. Kenilworth Road – Luton Town

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Kenilworth Road has been the home ground of Luton Town Football Club since 1905. It is an all-seater ground with a capacity of 10,356. It offers a good atmosphere despite the small capacity.

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