Top 5 football stadiums in the United Kingdom

1.Wembley Stadium – Wembley – United Kingdom

The Wembley stadium in London is the largest stadium in England. The national team of England plays there games in this stadium. In this stadium there is place up to 90,000 visitors. The stadium stands since 1923 on its current place. Back then it was called the`Empire stadium`.

Wembley stadium
Wembley stadium

2.Old Trafford – Manchester – United Kingdom

Old Trafford is the world famous home of Manchester United, the biggest club in the world. Since 1919, Old Trafford is the stadium of `The Devils` . It is the largest stadium in England when it comes to club football.

Old Trafford
Old Trafford

3.Arsenal Stadium – London – United Kingdom

The Arsenal Stadium is the brand new home of Arsenal FC. The Emirates follows the traditional ‘ Highbury ‘ stadium . The stadium is only a few hundred meters from the old ‘ Highbury ‘ area. The Emirates stadium has a capacity of 60,000 seats.

Emirates Stadium Arsenal.
Emirates Stadium

4.Etihad Stadium – Manchester – United Kingdom

Manchester City plays its home games in the Etihad Stadium that seats 48.500 men. The stadium has two blue colored rings . The blue color is derived from the colors of Manchester City. The stadium was built in 1999 and opened in 2002 only for athletics. A year later it became an official football stadium.

Etihad Stadium
Etihad Stadium

5.Stamford Bridge Chelsea – London – United Kingdom

Stamford Bridge is a football stadium located in Fulham, London. It is the home ground of Chelsea F.C.. The stadium is located within the Moore Park Estate also known as Walham Green and is often referred to as simply The Bridge. The capacity is 41,798, making it the eighth largest ground in the Premier League.

Stamford Bridge
Stamford Bridge

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