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Top 20 grounds in UK.

Discussion in 'Grounds Guide' started by aaron1867, Dec 3, 2010.

  1. overtheborder

    overtheborder Registered User

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    For me the atmosphere at Headingley in general is the best in Super League for an away game. I've been a few times and it's never been quiet.
     
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    Top 20 current grounds in the UK ive visted

    England (Wembley stadium)
    Man Utd (Old Trafford)
    Sunderland (Stadium of Light)
    Aston Villa (Villa Park)
    Mk Dons (Stadium Mk)
    Brighton (AEC Stadium)
    Derby (iPro Stadium)
    Hull (KC Stadium)
    Reading (Madejski Stadium)
    Huddersfield (John Smith Stadium)
    Rotherham (AESSEAL New York Stadium)
    Leicester (King Power Stadium)
    Preston (Deepdale)
    Sheff Wed (Hillsborough)
    Sheff Utd (Bramall Lane)
    Leeds (Elland Road)
    Stoke (Britannia Stadium)
    Wolves (Molineux)
    Nottingham Forest (City Ground)
    Middlesbrough (Riverside Stadium)
     
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    1 New Wembley
    2 Millenium Stadium
    3 Old Wembley
    4 Parkhead
    5 Anfield
    6 St James Park (Newcastle)
    7 Stadium of Light (Sunderland)
    8 Goodison Park
    9 Maine Road (Man City)
    10 Roker Park (Sunderland)
    11 The Dell (Southampton)
    12 Ewood Park
    13 Britannia Stadium
    14 Elland Road
    15 Stamford Bridge
    16 Deepdale
    17 Turf Moor
    18 Tynecastle
    19 Ayresome Park (Boro)
    20 Brunton Park
     
  4. Poole Jack

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    Fratton Pk :roflmao
     
  5. bury_claret90

    bury_claret90 the dingles are here !!!

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    Calm down
    Some one put Ewood park and dumpdale , which is laughable
    It's about opinion
     
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    It is.. and that was my opinion :whistle
     
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    Are we talking best stadium (as in features, design etc) or best atmosphere?

    If we're talking best stadium im suprised stadium mk hasnt been mentioned more as one of the best "bowl" type stadiums - concourse all the way round with views of the pitch, padded seats etc

    Atmosphere wise, its one of the worst though.
     
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    The MK Dons stadium is actually pretty impressive, ideally I would like to see Cov build one that is similar. Sadly we have to make do with our insect-owned bowl for now.
     
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    I tend to prefer Non League grounds to large and often soulless arenas.

    The Dripping Pan at Lewes and The Beacon at Hassocks are amongst my favourites.
     
  10. PorkchopExpress

    PorkchopExpress He's super strong, and super naked!

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    Craven Cottage is my favourite stadium. It looks like a child has put its favourite Lego sets together, except that the sets all come from different ranges so it doesn't match.

    The Valley was also good. I went there a few years ago with my uncle. We were in a box so I expected it to be quiet, but the crowd around us were great.
     
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    Top 5:

    Old Trafford
    Craven Cottage
    White Hart Lane
    Emirates
    Molineux
     
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    Top 5:
    1. Etihad Stadium
    2. Emirates Stadium
    3. Falmer Stadium
    4. St James' Park
    5. Anfield
     
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    Out of interest have been to any of them? Because if you have the Etihad and Emirates wouldn't be anywhere near that list, and Falmer is a pain to get to.
     
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    That's your opinion, which is obviously fine.

    I have never been in those stadiums, but I have seen them on TV and images.
     
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    What about Molineux stadium one of the best stadium already,
    and if wolves get back into the premier league and stay there for 3 consecutive seasons or more then the stadium will be rebuilt on two sides into the 4rd best stadium in the England behind Wembley and the Principality stadium and Emirates.
     
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    Adams Park (Wycombe Wanderers), location, location location my dear.
     
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    SpursLegend Formarly known as Lockie

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    No.

    That explains it then tbf. Both are awful stadiums to watch football in, but certainly come across as impressive in pictures and on TV.

    Edit: Actually the Etihad may be ok for home fans. But since they split the away fans across 3 tiers, it's absolutely shite as an away section.
     
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