ENGLAND

FOOTBALL

Birmingham North

CAPACITY :

42,788

CONSTRUCTED :

1897

Birmingham North is used for regular team football in the English league. The Villa Park Stadium hosted 3 games during 1966 World Cup, 4 games during Euro 96 and the 1999 European Cup Winners Final.

Birmingham West

CAPACITY :

26,272

CONSTRUCTED :

1900

Birmingham West is used for regular team football in the English league; it was the last football ground to be built in the 19th century. The Hawthorns at an altitude of 168m, it is the highest ground in England.

Bournemouth

CAPACITY :

11,464

CONSTRUCTED :

2001

Bournemouth is used for regular team football in the English league; it is known as the Vitality Stadium for sponsorship purposes. The Dean Court Stadium is currently the smallest stadium in the Premier League.

Brighton

CAPACITY :

30,750

CONSTRUCTED :

2011

Brighton currently hosts regular team football in the English football league. The Amex Stadium played host to 2 games during the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Burnley

CAPACITY :

22,546

CONSTRUCTED :

1833

Burnley is used for regular team football in the English league. The Turf Moor Stadium has been used to host matches in the European Under-19 Championship and the European Under-21Championship.

Croydon

CAPACITY :

25,456

CONSTRUCTED :

1924

Croydon is used for regular team football in the English league. The Selhurst Park Stadium has hosted several sporting events, including cricket, boxing and the 1948 Summer Olympics with 2 football matches.

England National

CAPACITY :

90,000

CONSTRUCTED :

2007

England National is the home ground for the English National football team. The Wembley Stadium hosted 8 games during the 1966 World Cup Final, 6 games at Euro 96, the 2013 and 2011 Champions League Final.

Hull

CAPACITY :

25,586

CONSTRUCTED :

2002

Hull is used for regular team football in the English league. The KC Stadium is also used by a famous rugby league team for its home games, several well-known musical artists have also hosted concerts.

Leeds

CAPACITY :

37,914

CONSTRUCTED :

1897

Leeds is used for regular team football in the English league. The Elland Road Stadium hosted 3 games during Euro 96, 2 games during the 2015 Rugby World Cup and Rugby League International matches.

Leicester

CAPACITY :

32,262

CONSTRUCTED :

2002

Leicester is used for regular team football in the English league and for European club matches. The King Power Stadium hosted 3 games during the 2015 Rugby World Cup and rugby union club matches.

Liverpool North

CAPACITY :

40,157

CONSTRUCTED :

1892

Liverpool North is used for regular team football in the English league and for European club matches. The Goodison Park Stadium hosted 5 games during the 1966 World Cup and has hosted an FA Cup Final.

Liverpool South

CAPACITY :

45,525

CONSTRUCTED :

1884

Liverpool South is used for regular team football in the English league and for European club matches. The Anfield Stadium hosted 4 games during Euro 96 and the 1996 European Championship Final.

London East

CAPACITY :

62,303

CONSTRUCTED :

2019

London East is used for regular team football in the English league and European club matches. The White Hart Lane Stadium is soon being rebuilt, previously it has hosted American football and boxing matches.

London East Old

CAPACITY :

36,240

CONSTRUCTED :

1898

London East is used for regular team football in the English league and European club matches. The White Hart Lane Stadium is soon being rebuilt, previously it has hosted American football and boxing matches.

London North

CAPACITY :

60,361

CONSTRUCTED :

2006

London North is used for regular team football in the English League and European club matches. The Emirates Stadium is the 4th largest stadium in the UK and regular hosts the Brazilian football team.

London Olympic

CAPACITY :

60,000

CONSTRUCTED :

2011

London Olympic will be used for regular team football in the English League from 2016. The London Stadium hosted the 2012 Summer Olympics, five games during the 2015 Rugby World Cup and hosts British Athletics.

London Queens

CAPACITY :

18,439

CONSTRUCTED :

1904

London Queens is used for regular team football in the English league. The Loftus Road Stadium has been used to host the Australian National, the defunct Shephard's Bush FC and for Rugby league.

London South

CAPACITY :

41,837

CONSTRUCTED :

1876

London South is used for regular team football in the English League and European club matches. The Stamford Bridge Stadium was originally used by the London Athletics Club until 1905, when the Football Club was created.

London West

CAPACITY :

25,700

CONSTRUCTED :

1896

London West is used for regular team football in the English League and European club matches. The Craven Cottage Stadium is often used by the Australian National football team, to play International matches.

Manchester East

CAPACITY :

47,805

CONSTRUCTED :

2002

Manchester East is used for regular team football in the English League and for European club matches. The Etihad Stadium hosted the 2002 Commonwealth Games and the 2008 European Final.

Manchester West

CAPACITY :

75,643

CONSTRUCTED :

1910

Manchester West is used for regular team football and for European club matches. The Old Trafford Stadium hosted 3 games during the 1966 World Cup, 5 games during Euro 96 and the 2012 Summer Olympics.

Newcastle

CAPACITY :

52,404

CONSTRUCTED :

1880

Newcastle is used for regular team football in the English league. The St. James Park Stadium hosted 3 games during Euro 96, has been used for International football and for 2012 Olympic football games.

Norwich

CAPACITY :

27,250

CONSTRUCTED :

1935

Norwich is used for regular team football in the English league; it is the main football stadium in East Anglia. The Carrow Road Stadium has hosted many England Under-21 Championship matches.

Reading

CAPACITY :

24,161

CONSTRUCTED :

1998

Reading is used for regular team football in the English league. The Madejski Stadium is also the home to a top Rugby Union team, who play in the premiership on an artificial grass pitch.

Southampton

CAPACITY :

32,689

CONSTRUCTED :

2001

Southampton is used for regular team football in the English league. The St. Mary's Stadium is the main football stadium on the South coast of England. It has hosted several International matches, in recent years.

Stoke

CAPACITY :

27,902

CONSTRUCTED :

1997

Stoke is used for regular team football in the English league; by one of the top teams. The Bet365 Stadium often hosts top musical performers on the pitch.

Sunderland

CAPACITY :

49,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1997

Sunderland is used for regular team football in the English league; by one of the top teams. The Stadium of Light has the fifth largest capacity of any English football stadium; it has hosted 3 International matches.

Watford

CAPACITY :

23,370

CONSTRUCTED :

1922

Watford is used for regular team football in the English league; by one of the top teams. The Vicarage Road Stadium often hosts concerts on the pitch, one stand is named after its famous benefactor, Sir Elton John.

Wigan

CAPACITY :

25,138

CONSTRUCTED :

1999

Wigan currently hosts regular team football in the English championship league. The DW Stadium also hosts a top rugby league team and the stadium is used for regular International rugby league matches.

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