List of football stadiums in England

This is a list of football stadiums in England, ranked in descending order of capacity. There is an extremely large number of football stadiums and pitches in England, so this list is not complete. It includes:

A person who has watched a match at the stadiums of all 92 Premier League and Football League clubs in England and Wales may apply to join The 92 Club.

Existing stadiums

Overall Rank Stadium Town / City Capacity Club League (Tier) Rank within League Notes
1Wembley StadiumLondon90,000 [2]England national football teamNational StadiumN/A
2Old TraffordManchester74,994 [3]Manchester UnitedPremier League1
3 Tottenham Hotspur Stadium London 62,303[4] Tottenham Hotspur Premier League 2
4Emirates StadiumLondon60,260 [5]ArsenalPremier League3Also known as Ashburton Grove.
5London StadiumLondon60,000 [6]West Ham UnitedPremier League4Previously known as the Olympic Stadium.
6City of Manchester StadiumManchester55,097 [7]Manchester CityPremier League5Commercially known as the Etihad Stadium.
7AnfieldLiverpool54,074 [8]LiverpoolPremier League6
8St James' ParkNewcastle upon Tyne52,354 [9]Newcastle UnitedPremier League7
9Stadium of LightSunderland49,000 [10]SunderlandLeague One1
10Villa ParkBirmingham42,682 [11]Aston VillaPremier League8
11Stamford BridgeLondon41,631 [12]ChelseaPremier League9
12Hillsborough StadiumSheffield39,732 [13]Sheffield WednesdayChampionship1
13Goodison ParkLiverpool39,572 [14]EvertonPremier League10
14Elland RoadLeeds37,890 [15]Leeds UnitedChampionship2Capacity reduced from 40,296 [16] to 37,890 [17] during 2010/2011 season
15Riverside StadiumMiddlesbrough34,000 [13]MiddlesbroughChampionship3
16Pride Park StadiumDerby33,597 [13]Derby CountyChampionship4
17Bramall LaneSheffield32,702 [18]Sheffield UnitedPremier League11
18St Mary's StadiumSouthampton32,505 [19]SouthamptonPremier League12
19King Power StadiumLeicester32,312 [20]Leicester CityPremier League13Formerly known as the Walkers Stadium.
20MolineuxWolverhampton32,050 [13]Wolverhampton WanderersPremier League14
21Ewood ParkBlackburn31,367 [13]Blackburn RoversChampionship6
22Falmer StadiumBrighton30,750 [13]Brighton & Hove AlbionPremier League15Commercially known as The American Express Community Stadium.
23Stadium mkMilton Keynes30,500 [13]Milton Keynes DonsLeague One2
24City GroundNottingham30,445 [21]Nottingham ForestChampionship7
25Portman RoadIpswich30,311 [13]Ipswich TownLeague One3
26bet365 StadiumStoke-on-Trent30,089 [22]Stoke CityChampionship8Formerly known as the Britannia Stadium.
27St Andrew'sBirmingham29,409 [23]Birmingham CityChampionship9Shared with Coventry City of League One
28University of Bolton StadiumBolton28,723 [13]Bolton WanderersLeague One4Formerly known as the Reebok Stadium.
29Carrow RoadNorwich27,244 [24]Norwich CityPremier League16
30The ValleyLondon27,111 [13]Charlton AthleticChampionship10
31The HawthornsWest Bromwich27,002 [25]West Bromwich AlbionChampionship11
32Ashton Gate StadiumBristol27,000 [26]Bristol CityChampionship12Expansion completed ahead of the 2016/17 season.
33Selhurst ParkLondon26,125Crystal PalacePremier League17
34Craven CottageLondon25,700 [13]FulhamChampionship13
35KCOM StadiumKingston upon Hull25,400 [13]Hull CityChampionship14Shared with Super League team Hull F.C.

Formerly known as the KC Stadium.

36DW StadiumWigan25,138 [27]Wigan AthleticChampionship15Previously known as the JJB Stadium. Shared with Wigan Warriors of Rugby League's Super League.
37Valley ParadeBradford25,136 [28]Bradford CityLeague Two1Commercially known as the Northern Commercials Stadium.
38Madejski StadiumReading24,161 [13]ReadingChampionship16Shared with London Irish of Rugby Union's Aviva Premiership.
39Kirklees StadiumHuddersfield24,121 [13]Huddersfield TownChampionship17Shared with Huddersfield Giants of Rugby league's Super League. Commercially known as the John Smith's Stadium, and formerly as the Alfred McAlpine Stadium and the Galpharm Stadium.
40DeepdalePreston23,404 [13]Preston North EndChampionship18
41OakwellBarnsley23,287 [29]BarnsleyChampionship19
42Vicarage RoadWatford21,577 [30]WatfordPremier League18
43Turf MoorBurnley21,401 [13]BurnleyPremier League19
44Fratton ParkPortsmouth20,620 [31]PortsmouthLeague One5
45The DenLondon20,146 [32]MillwallChampionship21
46Meadow LaneNottingham19,841 [33]Notts CountyNational League1
47Vale ParkStoke-on-Trent19,052 [34]Port ValeLeague Two2
48Loftus RoadLondon18,439 [13]Queens Park RangersChampionship22
49Brunton ParkCarlisle17,949 [35]Carlisle UnitedLeague Two3
50Bloomfield RoadBlackpool17,338 [36]BlackpoolLeague One6
51Prenton ParkBirkenhead16,587 [37]Tranmere RoversLeague One7
52County GroundSwindon15,728 [38]Swindon TownLeague Two4
53London RoadPeterborough15,314 [39]Peterborough UnitedLeague One8Commercially known as The Weston Homes Stadium.
54Keepmoat StadiumDoncaster15,231 [40]Doncaster RoversLeague One9
55Boundary ParkOldham13,513 [13]Oldham AthleticLeague Two5
56Home ParkPlymouth12,800 [41]Plymouth ArgyleLeague Two6
57Griffin ParkLondon12,763 [13]BrentfordChampionship23
58Kassam StadiumOxford12,500 [42]Oxford UnitedLeague One10
59Roots HallSouthend12,392 [43]Southend UnitedLeague One11
60Memorial StadiumBristol12,300 [44] Bristol RoversLeague One12
61New York StadiumRotherham12,021 [13] RotherhamLeague One13
62Gateshead International StadiumGateshead11,800 [45]GatesheadNational League North1
63Gigg LaneBury11,640 [46]BuryLeague One14
64Priestfield StadiumGillingham11,582 [47]GillinghamLeague One15
65Dean CourtBournemouth11,464 [48]BournemouthPremier League20Commercially known as the Vitality Stadium.
66Bescot StadiumWalsall11,300 [49]WalsallLeague Two7Commercially known as the Banks's Stadium.
67Edgeley ParkStockport10,832 [50]Stockport CountyNational League2
68The ShayHalifax10,561 [51]Halifax TownNational League3Shared with Halifax of Rugby League's Kingstone Press Championship.
69Proact StadiumChesterfield10,400 [52]ChesterfieldNational League5Formerly known as the B2net Stadium.
70Kenilworth RoadLuton10,356 [53]Luton TownChampionship24
71Adams ParkWycombe10,300 [54]Wycombe WanderersLeague One16
72SpotlandRochdale10,249 [55]RochdaleLeague One17Shared with Rochdale Hornets of Rugby League's Kingstone Press League 1.
73Sincil BankLincoln10,130 [56]Lincoln CityLeague One18
74Colchester Community StadiumColchester10,105 [57]Colchester UnitedLeague Two8Commercially known as the Jobserve Community Stadium.
75Alexandra StadiumCrewe10,066 [58]Crewe AlexandraLeague Two9
76Field MillMansfield10,000 [59]Mansfield TownLeague Two10Commercially known as the One Call Stadium.
77New MeadowShrewsbury9,875 [60]Shrewsbury TownLeague One19
78Huish ParkYeovil9,665 [61]Yeovil TownNational League6
Yeovil Town LadiesFA WSL3
79Abbey StadiumCambridge9,617 [62]Cambridge UnitedLeague Two11Commercially known as the R Costings Abbey Stadium.
80Blundell ParkCleethorpes9,546 [63]Grimsby TownLeague Two12
81Brisbane RoadLondon9,271 [64]Leyton OrientLeague Two13Commercially known as the Breyer Group Stadium.
82Glanford ParkScunthorpe9,183 [65]Scunthorpe UnitedLeague Two14
83Twerton ParkBath8,880 [66]Bath CityNational League South (6)1
84St James ParkExeter8,830 [67]Exeter CityLeague Two15
85The WalksKing's Lynn8,200 [68]King's Lynn TownNational League North (6)2
86Bootham CrescentYork7,872 [69]York CityNational League North (6)3Formerly commercially known as KitKat Crescent Stadium.
87Victoria ParkHartlepool7,833 [70]Hartlepool UnitedNational League7
88Sixfields StadiumNorthampton7,750 [71]Northampton TownLeague Two17
89Recreation GroundAldershot7,100 [72]Aldershot TownNational League8Commercially known as the EBB Stadium.
90Whaddon RoadCheltenham7,066 [73]Cheltenham TownLeague Two18Commercially known as the World of Smile Stadium.
91Academy StadiumManchester7,000 [74]Manchester City Women's F.C.FA WSL4
92Broadhall WayStevenage6,920 [75]StevenageLeague Two19Commercially known as the Lamex Stadium.
93Pirelli StadiumBurton-upon-Trent6,912 [76]Burton AlbionLeague One20
94York StreetBoston6,643 [77]Boston UnitedNational League North (6)4
95PlainmoorTorquay6,500 [78]Torquay UnitedNational League9
96Bower FoldStalybridge6,500 [79]Stalybridge CelticNorthern Premier League Premier Division (7)1
97Globe ArenaMorecambe6,476 [80]MorecambeLeague Two20
98Moss RoseMacclesfield6,335 [81]Macclesfield TownLeague Two21
99New Bucks HeadTelford6,300 [82]Telford UnitedNational League North (6)5
100AggboroughKidderminster6,238 [83]Kidderminster HarriersNational League North (6)6
101Moss LaneAltrincham6,085 [84]AltrinchamNational League North (6)7
102Keys ParkHednesford Town6,039 [85]Hednesford TownNorthern Premier League Premier Division (7)2
103Haig AvenueSouthport6,008 [86]SouthportNational League North (6)8
104Victoria RoadDagenham6,000 [87]Dagenham & RedbridgeNational League10Commercially known as the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham Stadium.
105Kingfield StadiumWoking6,000 [88]WokingNational League11
106Mill FarmKirkham, Lancashire6,000 [89]A.F.C. FyldeNational League12
107The CamroseBasingstoke6,000 [90]Basingstoke TownSouthern Football League Premier Division South (7)1Commercially known as the Soccer AM Stadium.
108Cherrywood RoadFarnborough6,000 [91]FarnboroughSouthern Football League Premier Division South (7)1
Reading WomenFA WSL5
109Broadfield StadiumCrawley5,996 [92]Crawley TownLeague Two22
110Crabble Athletic GroundDover5,745 [93]Dover AthleticNational League13
111Damson ParkSolihull5,500 [94]Solihull MoorsNational League23
Birmingham City LadiesFA WSL8
112Highbury StadiumFleetwood5,311 [95]Fleetwood TownLeague One21
113West Leigh ParkHavant5,250 [96]Havant & WaterloovilleNational League South2
Portsmouth LadiesWomen's Premier League South1
114The Hive StadiumLondon5,233 [97]BarnetNational League14
London BeesFA Women's Championship2
115Silverlake StadiumEastleigh5,192 [98]EastleighNational League15
116The New LawnNailsworth5,140 [99]Forest Green RoversLeague Two22
117Deva StadiumChester5,126 [100]ChesterNational League North (6)9Straddles the England–Wales border.
118Moor LaneSalford5,106 [101]Salford CityLeague Two24
119Wham StadiumAccrington5,057 [102]Accrington StanleyLeague One23
120Holker StreetBarrow-in-Furness5,045 [103]BarrowNational League16
121Gander Green LaneLondon5,013 [104]Sutton UnitedNational League17
122Stonebridge RoadNorthfleet5,011 [105]Ebbsfleet UnitedNational League18
123Fortress StadiumBromley5,000 [106]BromleyNational League19
Other Listed Stadiums
 KingsmeadowLondon4,850 [107]WimbledonLeague One24
Chelsea WomenFA WSL6
 Meadow ParkBorehamwood4,500 [108]Boreham WoodNational League20
Arsenal LadiesFA WSL7
 Shielfield ParkBerwick-upon-Tweed4,131 [109]Berwick RangersScottish League TwoN/A
 Cressing RoadBraintree4,151 [110]Braintree TownNational League South8
 York RoadMaidenhead3,337 [111]Maidenhead UnitedNational League22
Gallagher StadiumMaidstone3,000 [112]Maidstone UnitedNational League South9
Wetherby RoadHarrogate3,000 [113]Harrogate TownNational League24
Park HallOswestry2,000 [114]The New SaintsWelsh Premier LeagueN/A

Old stadiums

Following crowd troubles in the 1980s, and regulations imposed after the Taylor Report, several English league stadiums have been built or completely redeveloped in the last few years. Prior to 1988, however, the last newly built Football League ground in England was Roots Hall, Southend, which was opened in 1955.

Future stadiums

Stadiums which are currently in development include:

StadiumCapacityClubNotes
City of Manchester Stadium (redevelopment)c. 61,000Manchester CityIn August 2015 construction of the first two phases of stadium expansion were completed and subsequently passed all safety requirements at a specially organised test event on 12 August 2015. The South Stand has been extended with the addition of a third tier of seats and three rows of additional pitchside seating have also been added to all stands, expanding the current capacity of CoMS to 55,097. A final expansion phase, adding a matching third tier to the North Stand, is expected to commence some time shortly (but the work schedule is still to be publicly announced). Completion of this third expansion phase will bring the stadium's total capacity to in excess of 61,000.[115]
Stamford Bridge (redevelopment)c. 60,000ChelseaOn 30 June 2015, Chelsea unveiled plans to expand the stadium to a 60,000 seater. The exhibition held at Stamford Bridge, for local residents, businesses, season ticket holders and members provided a glimpse for Chelsea fans of blueprints for a rebuilt 60,000 stadium which has been referred to as "a cathedral of football". The design pays homage to the club's history as their one and only venue.[116]
Bramley Moorec. TBAEvertonOn 24 March 2017, Everton announced they had agreed to purchase the land at Bramley-Moore Dock located in Vauxhall, Liverpool with intent to build a new £300m-plus stadium.[117]
Anfield (redevelopment)c. 59,000LiverpoolConstruction for an extension to the Main Stand began on 8 December 2014.[118] This extension increased the stadium capacity to 54,074, making it one of the largest all-seater single stands in European football.[119] There are future plans to expand the Anfield Road Stand which would bring the stadium size to around 59,000.[120]
City Ground

(redevelopment)

c. 38,000 Nottingham On 28 February 2019 the club confirmed an extended lease on The City Ground. This extended lease means the club was now able to proceed with plans to redevelop The City Ground and surrounding area. Central to this redevelopment will be the replacement of the current Peter Taylor Stand with a new 10,000-seater stand, and improvements to the Trentside area, Brian Clough and Bridgford Stands.

The club are hopeful that building work will commence at the end of the 2019-20 season. The new, modern, state-of-the-art structure will see The City Ground's capacity become the highest in the East Midlands, reaching 38,000 after completion.[121]

Power Court Stadium Projectc. 17,500Luton TownProposed new stadium for Luton Town on the Power Court area of Luton town centre. Aiming for completion by the start of the 2020–21 season.[122]
Brentford Community Stadiumc. 17,250BrentfordNew stadium under construction due for completion in late 2019. The stadium could also house rugby union side London Irish.[123]
New Plough Lanec. 11,000WimbledonProposed new stadium for AFC Wimbledon at the site of Wimbledon Stadium, a former greyhound racing facility. Aiming for completion by the start of the 2019–20 season.[124][125]
York Community Stadiumc. 8,000York CityProposed community stadium to be run by City of York Council and shared with York City Knights.[126]
Project Blue YondertbdCarlisle UnitedProposed new stadium for Carlisle United with a tentative target date of the start of the 2018–19 season. It is locally known as the "Blue Yonder" project due to its location outside the city.[127]

See also

Notes

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