ENGLAND

RUGBY UNION

Birmingham

CAPACITY :

42,788

CONSTRUCTED :

1897

Birmingham was used as a venue for the 2015 Rugby World Cup. Villa Park is home for regular team football in the English league and European club matches. Staged the 1999 European Cup Winners Final.

Brighton

CAPACITY :

30,750

CONSTRUCTED :

2011

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

England National

CAPACITY :

82,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1907

England National is used for regular International matches, by the National rugby team in London. Twickenham annually hosts Six Nations matches, staged the 2015 and the 1991 Rugby World Cup Finals.

Exeter

CAPACITY :

12,500

CONSTRUCTED :

2006

Exeter was used to host 3 matches, during the 2015 Rugby World Cup. The Sandy Park Stadium hosts rugby union by one of the best teams in the English Premier league and the Anglo-Welsh Cup.

High Wycombe

CAPACITY :

10,137

CONSTRUCTED :

1990

High Wycombe was used as the home stadium for 12 seasons for London Wasps, until 2014. The Adam Park Stadium is used regularly for football matches too, since the stadium opened in 1990.

Leeds North

CAPACITY :

21,062

CONSTRUCTED :

1890

Leeds South is used for regular team rugby in the RFU Championship. The Headingley Carnegie Stadium is home to a top rugby league team, it also hosted the 2013 Rugby League World Cup.

Leeds South

CAPACITY :

37,914

CONSTRUCTED :

1897

Leeds was used to host 2 games during the 2015 Rugby World Cup. The Elland Road Stadium is the home for regular team football, in the English league; it has regularly hosted rugby league club and international matches.

Leicester North

CAPACITY :

24,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1892

Leicester is used for regular team rugby, in the RFU Championship and the European rugby tournaments. The Welford Road Stadium hosted the 1995 and the 1991 Rugby World Cup.

Leicester South

CAPACITY :

32,262

CONSTRUCTED :

2002

Leicester South is used for regular team football, in the English Championship and occasional European rugby matches. Will be hosting group matches during the 2015 Rugby Union World Cup.

London East

CAPACITY :

80,000

CONSTRUCTED :

2011

London East was used for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, it hosted 4 pool matches and bronze play off. The Olympic Stadium hosted the 2012 London Olympics, it was redeveloped as a football stadium.

London North

CAPACITY :

10,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1993

London North is used for regular team rugby, by one of the best teams in the English Premier league and in European tournaments. The stadium previously hosted the rugby league team London Crusaders.

London West

CAPACITY :

90,000

CONSTRUCTED :

2007

London West is the home ground for the English national football team, it cost '757 Million to construct. Used for the finals of the world's oldest club competition and hosted the 2011 and 2013 European Final.

Manchester

CAPACITY :

47,805

CONSTRUCTED :

2002

Manchester will be used for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, hosting pool matches. Used for regular team football in the English League matches. Hosted the 2002 Commonwealth Games and the 2008 European Final.

Newcastle

CAPACITY :

52,404

CONSTRUCTED :

1880

Newcastle is used for regular team football in the English league and for European team games. The stadium has also been used for international football and for 2012 Olympic football games.

Reading

CAPACITY :

24,161

CONSTRUCTED :

1998

Reading is used for regular team rugby union, by one of the best teams in the English Premier league and in European tournaments. The stadium is also used for regular championship football matches.

Salford

CAPACITY :

12,000

CONSTRUCTED :

2012

Salford is used for regular team rugby union, by one of the best teams in the English Premier league and in European tournaments. The AJ Bell Stadium also hosts a top Rugby League team and has hosted Rugby League internationals.

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