Roots Hall- Southend United

Roots Hall- Southend United Southend’s home stadium is locating with the middle of a housing estate and because of that, it has many entrances into the ground in between many houses. Roots Hall stadium has a lot of supporting pillars, including the most recently constructed stand, the South Stand which has more pillars than any … Read more

Greenhous Meadow Stadium- Shrewsbury Town

Greenhous Meadow Stadium- Shrewsbury Town Information about The Greenhous Meadow Stadium One of the newest stadiums in the football league is Greenhous Meadow that belongs to Shrewsbury Town. The stadium has an all-seater capacity of just under 10,000 fans and was only opened in time for the start of the 2007-08. All four stands are … Read more

Glanford Park- Scunthorpe United

Glanford Park- Scunthorpe United Information about Glanford Park stadium Scunthorpe United completed their moved to Glanford Park in 1988 this in turn made Glanford Park the first new football league ground to be built following the Second World War. The most passionate Scunthorpe fans are generally located standing behind the goal opposite the away fans … Read more

Crown Oil Arena- Rochdale

Crown Oil Arena- Rochdale Information about the Crown Oil Arena stadium The Crown Oil Arena has been massively redeveloped over the past ten years with the only remaining stand from its previous era now Sandy Lane. This end is also the only stand that is still terraced, it does however play host to the die-hard … Read more

Fratton Park- Portsmouth

Fratton Park- Portsmouth Information about Fratton Park Stadium Fratton Park has an all seated capacity of just over 20,000 and has been Portsmouth’s home since 1899. The most dedicated and passionate of the fans will be found in the Fratton End, the stand that is located behind one of the goals. It is the only … Read more

Home Park- Plymouth Argyle

The home of Plymouth Argyle has possibly been transformed more than any other stadium in the UK over the past 10 years. The biggest change of the lot is that it is now an all-seater stadium. They started from scratch, demolishing three of the stands and then rebuilt them in 2001. General Info about the … Read more

London Road- Peterborough United

London Road- Peterborough United Peterborough United’s London Road is called by many a traditional ‘old’ football ground. The official capacity of the stadium is around 14,300. There is terracing at one end of the pitch behind the goal and a new all seated stand behind the other goal at the other end. General Info about … Read more

Kassam Stadium- Oxford United

Kassam Stadium- Oxford United Oxford United moved to their new stadium, the Kassam Stadium in 2001. In doing so they left their previous home, the Manor Ground, which has been its home stadium for the 76 years prior. General Info about the Kassam Stadium The Kassam is named after hugely successful and popular former chairman, … Read more

Highbury Stadium- Fleetwood Town

Highbury Stadium- Fleetwood Town Town first moved into the Highbury Stadium at the start of the Second World War. The Highbury Stadium is not to be confused with Arsenal Stadium which was commonly referred to as Highbury, Fleetwood Town’s ground inherited its name from the nearby Highbury Avenue on which it sits on. A relatively small … Read more

Priestfield Stadium- Gillingham FC

Priestfield Stadium- Gillingham FC Priestfield stadium has been home to Gillingham FC since the club’s formation in 1893. Gillingham were originally founded as New Brompton FC, the founders were able to purchase a plot of land after issuing over 1,000 shares at a price of £1.00 each. The first adjustments of Priestfield simply consisted of … Read more