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Chelsea struggle, while Tottenham and Wolves are among the best – every Premier League stadium rated

Premier League stadiums are constantly being upgraded as clubs look to offer the ultimate fan experience.

Tottenham’s new space age arena in north London has forced several other clubs to improve their facilities, while Everton are also set for a brand new ground on Bramley-Moore Dock.

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is quite the sight – even if performances have been poor on the pitch
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So, which stadium in the English top-flight is the best?

Well, there are plenty of factors to consider when making your decision.

Thankfully, have done the hard work and created the Football Stadium Index.

They’ve hunted high and low at every ground to rate each stadium in seven different categories.

Sourcing data from club websites, or going direct to the teams themselves, they were able to standardise the figures and give a score between 0-10.

The results were then averaged out to determine the overall ranking – but which arena came out on top? Find out below…

Categories stadiums were rated on by

  • Google rating
  • Trip Advisor reviews
  • Walking distance to the stadium
  • Cost of a pint
  • Cost of a pie
  • Cost of a season ticket
  • Cost of a stadium tour

So, the best stadium in the Premier League belongs to Wolves.

Molineux has some fairly average scores when it comes the the ground itself, but high figures for their food, drink and season ticket costings see them top of the lot with a score of 7.73 out of 10.

Norwich come second, with Carrow Road scoring in a similar way to Molineux, with Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium picking up third thanks to a cheap pint and some fine Trip Advisor reviews.

And while it might be brand new, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium can only pick up fifth place – mainly down to the price of season tickets and their stadium tour.

Wolves’ Molineux stadium has been rated as the best in the Premier League
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Liverpool’s Anfield stadium can only muster a seventh place finish – a poor score when it comes to ease of access damaging its chances of winning the title.

St James’ Park, where Newcastle United play, sneaks in ahead of Anfield while Aston Villa’s Villa Park makes the top eight.

Meanwhile, Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium and Manchester United’s Old Trafford can only make 12th and 13th, respectively.

Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge was rated as the worst in the Premier League
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This is mainly down to the cost of a pie and a pint, while the season ticket and stadium tour pricing have also had an impact.

Bottom of the pile, though, is Chelsea’ Stamford Bridge with West Ham United’s London Stadium not rated as being much better.

It seems both London clubs could learn a lot from their rivals over prices and the quality of their arenas overall.


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