EFL Championship: Ranking The Stadiums On Atmosphere

8. Ashton Gate – Bristol City

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Ashton Gate is an all-seater stadium with a capacity of 27,000. Bristol City have been playing here since 1904. The four stands are named Lansdown Stand, Dolman Stand, Atyeo Stand and South Stand. It produces a very good atmosphere on matchdays.

7. The Den – Millwall

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The Den is the home of Millwall and has a capacity of 20,146. Millwall fans are known for their passion towards their team and it can be seen at The Den.

6. Carrow Road – Norwich City

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Carrow Road is the home of Norwich and has a capacity of over 27,000. The stadium has got a great location situated near the bank of River Wensum and it is also close to the Norwich Railway Station. The Canaries are a passionate bunch and this is often on display at Carrow Road.

5. The Riverside Stadium – Middlesbrough

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The home of Middlesbrough has a nice location just at the bank of River Tees. The Riverside Stadium has a great capacity of over 34,000, it is also known for its good facilities, especially the atmosphere and stewarding. The management is planning on increasing the capacity to 42,000. The beautifully structured stadium is fully enclosed with every seat offering an uninterrupted view of the pitch.

4. The Hawthorns – West Bromwich Albion

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The 26,688-seater stadium has been hosting football for over a century now. The Hawthorns was the first Football League ground to be built in the 20th century. The atmosphere in the stadium is pretty good on match days and it also gives a good picturesque view for the spectators.

3. The Stadium of Light – Sunderland

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The ninth-largest stadium in England with a capacity of 49,000, the stadium of light is the home of Sunderland since 1997. It is the eighth home of the Black Cats and has hosted a few games for English National Football Team and the U-20 English Football Team. The Stadium has also been the venue for concerts of some famous artists. It is an excellent-looking stadium in the shape of a square bowl and often produces a brilliant atmosphere.

2. The Liberty Stadium – Swansea City

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Liberty city is the home stadium of Swansea F.C. which competes in the Championship and is located in Swansea, Wales. The stadium is counted among the stadiums with the best atmosphere in the Championship. It is also the home of the Ospreys Rugby team. After the promotion of Swansea City, the stadium became the first Premier League ground in Wales. It is one of the best stadiums in the United Kingdom.

1. Bramall Lane – Sheffield United

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Bramall Lane is known to be the oldest stadium in the entire world to be still hosting professional football matches. It has got an excellent atmosphere and according to surveys, it has also got a nice location, good food, and other such facilities. It is also the stadium that hosted the final of the first-ever football tournament final in the world.

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