Football Stadiums Info – A guide to football grounds in the UK

Welcome to Football Stadiums Info a website dedicated to football stadiums grounds in the UK. Here you will find information about football grounds in England. Our aim is to help you football fans out there find all the answers they are looking for about a stadium whether they want to visit it or just because they are curious.

Football Stadiums Information for football fans and loyal supporters

On our site you can find all sorts of useful information about football stadiums. So whether you are just a football fan that is doing some research about a specific stadium or a loyal supporter of a football club that wants to find out more about their favorite team, we got you covered!

On our site you can find:

General stadium information
Stadium history
Match day and season ticket prices
How to get there directions
Future developments of the stadium (if any plans)

and many more interesting features

Biggest Football Stadiums in the UK

General Stadium Info and History

Check out each stadium’s capacity, turf type, pitch dimensions, stands for home and away fans and many more characteristics. Read about the stadiums history, when it was built and what are the future plans for further developments.

Match Day and Season Ticket Prices

Are you planning to visit any of these football stadiums? Or are you looking for to buy a season ticket?

Great! On our site you can find out what are the current ticket prices  for season tickets and normal match day tickets. You can also find out prices for hospitality packages ( we are updating these regularly)

How to Get there Directions

If you are not lucky enough to live close to the football stadium you want to visit then you will have to do some traveling to get there. But traveling is usually an enjoyable experience especially on a match day as you get to see more fans heading to the stadium and there is a football atmosphere all over.

On our football stadium articles you can find directions to the stadiums from the main train station or other points of interest.. You can also find directions if you are traveling by car.

Football Stadiums and betting

Football stadiums have a number of sponsors that get plenty of advertising space via banners around the pitch, match day programs, half time advertisement and many other ways.  A lot of betting and casino companies have also entered this area with some major UK bookies taking over a lot of the stadiums advertising space. While betting is here to stay as it is directly associated with football, online casinos are changing their marketing plans and are now promoting specific products like slot games and live casinos. Live casinos in particular are becoming very popular and are the new trend in online casinos. Live dealer games are offering a great way for players to enjoy their favorite games like roulette and blackjack from the comfort of their home without having top go to their local casino.

English Football Stadiums

Our aim is to cover all the football stadiums from all categories in the UK. However, this is a long process so at the moment we are covering mainly English football grounds from

  • Premier League
  • Championship
  • League 1
  • League 2 (coming soon)

but rest assured that we will cover more and more leagues in the future!

More information about football stadiums around the word

On our site you can also find interesting information and articles about football stadiums around the world! Check out the biggest football stadiums in the world and many other articles with facts and stats from football grounds all over the world.

What is the size of football ground?

Not all stadiums have the same pitch size. The length of a football pitch must be between 90 and 120 meters long (100 yards and 130 yards) and the width not less than 45m (50 yards) and not more than 90m (100 yards). Premier League pitches are all roughly the same size.

Which is the oldest football ground in England?

York Road is believed by the FA to be the oldest senior football ground continuously used by the same club. Maidenhead FC played their first game on this ground on 16th February 1871