Bramall Lane

General Info Bramall Lane is the home of Sheffield United Football Club and is one of two top level football stadiums in the city along with Wednesday’s home, Hillsborough. United have played here since their establishment in 1889 and it is the world’s oldest major stadium to still be hosting professional matches today. The road … Read more

Carrow Road

General Info Norwich City FC have been playing their football at Carrow Road since 1935 after the stadium was purpose built for them in just 82 days. Before that the Canaries played their games at Newmarket Road and then The Nest. Carrow Road is positioned nicely within the NR1 postcode and very close to the … Read more

Ashton Gate

General Info Ashton Gate in Bristol is home to both Bristol City Football Club and Bristol Rugby and sits just south of the River Avon. The stadium was originally the home of Bedminster FC who merged in 1900 with Bristol South End, previously located at St John’s Lane, with the merged side eventually moving here … Read more

City Ground – Nottingham Forest

General InfoNottingham Forest moved into a new ground in September 1898, a full 33 year after their formation, in what seemed like a new dawn at the City Ground. This though has been the home of the Tricky Trees ever since and the stadium remains one of the game’s most iconic locations. The City Ground … Read more

Elland Road – Leeds United

General Info Surprisingly to most, Leeds United were only formed in 1919 and Elland Road has been the home of The Whites ever since then.  Back in its peak the stadium could host well over 50,000 and set a record attendance of 57,892 in the FA Cup against Sunderland back in 1967. As an all-seater … Read more

Griffin Park – Brentford

General Info Griffin Park has been home to Brentford Football Club ever since it was built in 1904. The ground sits in a heavily residential area and, rather charmingly, has a pub on each corner. The name Griffin Park comes from the fact that the orchard on which the stadium was built was owned by … Read more

Deepdale – Preston North End

General Info Recognised by many as the oldest continuously used football stadium in the world, Deepdale has been the home of Preston North End since 1878. As the crowds began to arrive, terraces began to form in the 1890’s and by 1900 over 10,000 people were attending the Lilywhites’ games and more expansion was necessary … Read more

KCOM Stadium – Hull City

General Info Although synonymous with the Tigers as far as football fans are concerned, the KCOM Stadium is actually a multi-purpose arena which was completed at a cost of £44million back in 2002.The stadium is owned in full by Hull City Council and managed by SMC with football games featuring Hull City and rugby league … Read more

Hillsborough – Sheffield Wednesday

General Info The famous Hillsborough Stadium in Sheffield has been home to Sheffield Wednesday since opening in 1899. Although also hosting internationals during World Cup 1966 and Euro 96, Hillsborough is known best as the home of the Owls. Undersoil heating is deployed beneath part synthetic pitch, the playing area of which measures 106 metres … Read more

Loftus Road – QPR

General Info Loftus Road Stadium in west London has been home to Queens Park Rangers FC since 1917, though the stadium has been in existence since 1904 when it was used by Shepherd’s Bush FC. Famously, QPR and Loftus Road were one of four clubs and stadiums to employ plastic pitches in the 80’s along … Read more