Posts Tagged ‘English Premier League’

New Spot: Emirates Stadium

September 13, 2010 Leave a comment

Emirates Stadium

London, UK

Home of Arsenal FC, this modern stadium opened in 2006 and holds over 60,000 people.


New Spot: Old Trafford

September 13, 2010 Leave a comment

Old Trafford

Trafford, Greater Manchester, UK

The home of Manchester United FC, one of the most famous and successful clubs in the world, is the second-largest football stadium in England, with a capacity of over 76,000. It was originally built in 1910.

New Spot: Craven Cottage

September 13, 2010 Leave a comment

Craven Cottage

London, UK

The home of Fulham FC since 1896. One the smaller grounds in the English Premier League, this historic stadium holds approximately 25,000 people. The first stadium in London to be designed by the renowned Archibald Leitch, both the pavilion and frontage of the Johnny Haynes stand are Grade II listed.

New Spot: White Hart Lane

September 13, 2010 Leave a comment

White Hart Lane

London, UK

Home of Tottenham Hotspur FC of the EPL. First developed in 1899, the current stadium seats 36,000. Plans are in place to build a replacement in the same location that will seat 58,000.

New Spot: St. James’ Park

September 13, 2010 Leave a comment

St. James' Park

Newcastle, UK

Occupied by the Toon Army fan-base in the Milburn Stand, the East Stand, the Leazes End and the Gallowgate End, the ground has been the home ground of Newcastle United since 1892, and been used for football since 1880.

New Spot: City of Manchester Stadium

August 23, 2010 Leave a comment

City of Manchester Stadium

Manchester, UK

The home of Manchester City FC since 2003. The stadium holds over 47,000 people for football, but was originally built for use in the Commonwealth Games in 2002.

New Spot: Anfield

August 15, 2010 Leave a comment


Liverpool, Merseyside, UK

The home of Liverpool FC, built in 1884. The stadium currently holds 45,000 people. It has hosted numerous high-profile football matches, as well as concerts and other events.