12. Craven Cottage
Craven Cottage has a history that dates back to 1780 when a cottage was built in the woods and the surrounding fields were used for various sports. The site, however, later fell into disuse and the original cottage burned down in 1888.
Before settling at Craven Cottage Fulham were a team of footballing nomads, travelling from one ground to another without ever really laying down roots at any of them. Fulham settled at the stadium in 1896. Craven Cottage is one of the English stadiums with the most character, and is definitely worth a visit if you are in London.
11. King Power Stadium
The King Power stadium is one of the best in the English Premier League. The crowd and the atmosphere gives the players a feeling of connection and emotion. The fans help fellow supporters and create a family. The support of the fans creates an enthusiastic atmosphere for the game.
10. The Amex Stadium
The Brighton has been blessed with a stunning stadium called Amex. Since, the inauguration in 2011, the stadium has been a witness of some of the most thrilling matches. Thrilling matches means crowds and crowds mean atmosphere. The capacity of Brighton’s home venue is around 31 thousand.
9. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is one of the best-built football stadiums. It can accommodate around 62 thousand spectators in the stadium, which is great to build up an atmosphere. This stadium was inaugurated in April, 2019. The stadium has the challenge to replace the old home venue of White Hart Lane.
In the short span, the atmosphere has been good with around 61 thousand people turning up for the home game of Tottenham against Chelsea. There is often a debate going on to dedicate the stadium only for football. But the management has said firmly that the stadium has been designed for multiple sports.
8. The Hawthorns
The Hawthorns has been the home of West Bromwich Albion since its doors first opened on the third of September 1900. It is a compact ground, that is totally enclosed, with the corners filled and is all seated. However, unlike most modern ‘bowl’ stadiums, the Hawthorns has a bit more character with a mixture of different looking stands. One strange fact about the Hawthorns is that it is the highest ground in England (in terms of feet above sea level).
7. Selhurst Park
Selhurst Park, the home ground of Crystal Palace opened in 1924. It is very famous of its atmosphere.The one thing that every other club desires in the premier league are home support like Crystal Palace gets. The atmosphere at Selhurst Park is very cheerful for the home players. People come in large numbers just to support their club. The stadium accommodates around 25 thousand people.
Wolverhampton has enjoyed one of the best atmospheres in their games. The supporters lit up the stadium by turning up for every home match of their team. The fans of Wolverhampton are loyal and they keep on coming even though their team mostly underperforms. The fans fill up the stadium with banners, slogans, chants, etc. The statue of Billy Wright is placed outside the stadium and it works as a symbol of dedication towards the club. The stadium has been trying to extend the seating capacity since 2010 and a multi-million programme of redevelopment has been presented.