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The home of Brighton and Hove Albion FC is Falmer Stadium, known for sponsorship reasons as the American Express Community Stadium or more popularly the ‘Amex Stadium’, a world-class venue nestled in the South Downs.
Anfield is the undisputed home of Liverpool Football Club right back to their formation in 1892 and is one of the most famous stadiums in the world.
Brentford Community Stadium is an exciting new multi-purpose stadium that opened in 2020. Home to Brentford FC and London Irish Rugby Club, the grounds offer an intimate environment and superb facilities.
Carrow Road Stadium is the home of Norwich FC, located just east of the city centre. Built in 1935, the grounds are perhaps best known for its celebrity shareholder Delia Smith, and, for its astonishing build time of just 82 days.
Craven Cottage sits in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, adjacent to the River Thames and has a history stretching back to 1780. Fulham FC occupied the site in 1896 and have proudly defended it ever since.
Elland Road is home to Leeds United FC and has served the club faithfully since their inception in 1919. The stadium boasts great views of the pitch from every vantage point and an outstanding matchday atmosphere.
The home of Arsenal FC is the impressive Emirates Stadium, built with a huge capacity of 60,704 it is the fourth largest stadium in England and replaced the clubs previous home of Highbury in July 2006.
Etihad Stadium is one of the most impressive football stadiums in the world, constructed for the Commonwealth Games in 2002 the grounds boast some of the best facilities around and has been home to Manchester City FC since 2003.
Home of Everton FC, Goodison Park was the first major football stadium to be built in England, opening its gates on 24th August 1892 and it remains today one of the most popular football grounds worth a visit even on non-matchdays.
King Power Stadium is home to Leicester City and was officially opened in 2002. The stadium does not enjoy as much rich history as some of its peers, though the atmosphere inside the ground is excellent.
The London Stadium is a magnificent arena that was purpose-built to host the 2012 London Olympics, now repurposed as the home of West Ham United FC and the National Competition Centre for athletics in the UK.
Molineux Stadium is the site of the first-ever league game played in English history and as such enjoys historic significance. Home to Wolverhampton Wanderers the stadium is well-loved and has a terrific location in the centre of Wolverhampton.
The world-famous Theatre of Dreams, Old Trafford, is the home of Manchester United FC and one of the most beloved and iconic stadiums in the country.
Selhurst Park is the home of Crystal Palace FC, famous for possessing one of the best atmospheres in top-flight football this stadium is a fan favourite and one to visit.
Originally built in 1880 and the home of Newcastle United since 1892, St. James’ Park has over 140 years of history that firmly places it as one of the nation’s favourite venues.
St. Mary’s Stadium is the home of Southampton FC following their move in 2001 after spending 103 years at the Dell, taking pride of place in the heart of the city next to the River Itchen.
A mecca for English football and the home to one of London’s biggest teams, Chelsea FC, Stamford Bridge is a truly impressive stadium and a true bastion of football excellence with a reach that goes far beyond the confines of London.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium offers one of the finest fan experiences available, boasting purpose-built fan areas, unrivalled hospitality facilities and flexible event space that can adapt to any occasion.
Turf Moor has been the home of Burnley FC since 1883, an unbroken service that continues to this day, the stadium is a favourite among aficionados thanks to its welcoming atmosphere and old school football roots.
Vicarage Road, or ‘The Vic’, is the home stadium of Watford FC. The stadium has evolved since its opening in 1922 to become a smart and well-loved ground, with seats for more than 22,000 supporters.
Villa Park has been home to Aston Villa FC since 1897 and is a true gem in the heart of Birmingham with a long and storied history that has captivated the hearts of millions.