English Premier League is the most watched League in the world. Millions around the globes sit in front of their TV screens when a football match is being played in Barclays Premier League. arsenal As a result, Sponsors spend hefty money on English clubs to make them worthwhile of competing at such a high level. Football stadiums around the England have also undergone a radical change in their capacity to hold majority of fans around the years.
Here is the list of top 5 stadiums in England with respect to their capacity.
England’s national stadium is the biggest football stadium in the country with a capacity of 90,000 fans. It was opened in 2007 for common public and is situated in English Capital London.
Manchester United is the most celebrated club in England. And to hold such a fame level, its Football stadium is of no exception. Having the capacity of 75,731 people, it’s the biggest stadium in England at club level.
Arsenal FC have spent a major share of their profit in the manufacturing of a new stadium. Emirates Stadium, named after an Airways company, has a capacity of 60,362 fans.
St. James Park
Newcastle may not have touched the heights of glory after the retirement of Legendary Alan Shearer. But its stadium is still one of the most famous grounds in England. And with an ability of 52,405 fans, it comes 4th on our list.
Stadium of Light
Sunderland AFC have seen a miraculous change in fortunes in 2013-14 season. Having been on the bottom of table until December, the Black cats avoided relegation in an emphatic way towards the end. And with a volume of 48,707 fans, fans did play the role of 12th man very effectively.
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