Cardiff City

General Info Completed in 2009; the Cardiff City Stadium was opened on the site of the old Cardiff Athletics Stadium to replace Ninian Park as the home of Cardiff City FC. Some expansion to the original construction took place in 2014 taking the capacity up to over 33,000 and now hosts solely football having once … Read more

Emirates – Arsenal

General Info about the Emirates Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium is a four-tiered bowl which has a translucent polycarbonate roofing, though this does not cover any of the pitch. It is the third-largest football stadium in England after Wembley Stadium and Old Trafford, though rivals Tottenham Hotspur are opening their own 60,000-seater stadium in 2018. Having been denied … Read more

Craven Cottage – Fulham

General Info Craven Cottage is home to Fulham FC and has been since 1896 though the original cottage, now a feature at the stadium, was erected in 1780. The stadium stands next to Bishop’s Park, right on the banks of the River Thames. The football club came across the land in 1894 but it was … Read more

Molineux – Wolves

General Info Molineux Stadium, home to Wolverhampton Wanderers since way back in 1889, holds a few bragging rights such as the being the first stadium to be built by the Football League and being one of the very first to install floodlight in order to host football games in the hours of darkness. Local merchant … Read more

Old Trafford – Manchester United

General Info Old Trafford, home of course to Manchester United, was nicknamed the Theatre of Dreams by Bobby Charlton and it’s a name that has stuck over the years. The stadium has been the home ground of Man United since 1910, although they did share Maine Road with Man City for 8 years in the … Read more

Turf Moor – Burnley

General Info Having played at Calder Vale in their very earliest days, Burnley have played at Turf Moor since 1883 and the stadium is one of the oldest and most iconic in England. No Premier League club has played at one ground longer than the Clarets have at Turf Moor. Turf Moor’s history includes having … Read more

Anfield – Liverpool

General Info Liverpool FC’s famous old stadium, Anfield, was recently redeveloped to make it the 6th largest football stadium in England without losing any of the feeling of its history. Having originally been the home of rivals Everton, Liverpool have been at this stadium since 1892 and have very much made it their spiritual home. Anfield … Read more

Amex Stadium – Brighton & Hove Albion

General Info Brighton and Hove Albion’s home stadium, only opened in the summer of 2011, has already been known by many names from the Falmer Stadium, the Community Stadium to now the American Express Community Stadium or the Amex Stadium for short. The new build, costing £93million, was essential for the future of the club who had … Read more

Goodison Park – Everton

General Info The Toffees’ spiritual home, Goodison Park, was completed in 1892 and stands as one of the oldest football stadiums in the world. The stadium has undergone many changes over the decades and is known affectionately by fans as “The Old Lady”. Given Everton’s long-term status in England’s top flight, Goodison has hosted the … Read more

Vitality Stadium – AFC Bournemouth

General Info Dean Court, as it is known without naming rights, was constructed and opened in 1910 for Boscombe FC with early developments including a 300-seat stand. When the club became Bournemouth & Boscombe Athletic in 1923 crowds at Dean Court had grown to around 7,000 and thereafter a 3,700-seat stand was constructed on the … Read more