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Worst and Best stadiums you've ever been to...

Discussion in 'Grounds Guide' started by Steve - Wfc, Apr 25, 2008.

  1. Steve - Wfc

    Steve - Wfc Registered User

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    Best : Emirates last season was very nice and clean, but the Nou Camp was just terrific, i watched Barcelona v Valencia.

    Worst : Quite a few but Luton is an absolute Sh*t hole, it backs onto houses! Also Gillingham is awful, no cover and the toilets (in the away end) are SH*T, i nearly got locked in them!
     
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    Best...Ours:thumb:thumb

    Worst.... Got to agree with Steve-WFC ,Luton what a Fu*kin tip,the walk down dog sh*t ally ,the steps to the away end over looking peoples back yards....pure class:no::no::no::no:
     
  3. Proud Salopian

    Proud Salopian Gay Meadow 1910 - 2007

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    Best : wembley
    Worst : Either dagenham or Accrington
     
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    Best - New Wembley

    Worst - Have to agree about Luton.
     
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    Best - Wembley or Brentford
    Worst - Barnet or Dagenham and Redbridge
     
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  6. SHED

    SHED Ezekiel 23:20

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    I'd say Ayresome Park in the early 80's was the worst, it just summed up the dacay of football at the time.

    The old Stamford Bridge with the Shed terracing was obviously the best to me.
     
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    Best-Wembley

    Worst-Accrington
     
  8. Athers

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    Best - Allianz Arena

    Worst - If we're talking league grounds it's probably Watford I guess. I've been to places like Chorley and Barrow which aren't exactly the new wembley but that's to be expected.

    Oh and the JJB is shite as well. How long 'til someone dies in the concourse?
     
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    Tomwrx WRECSAM AM BYTH

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    Worst: Dagenham
    Best: Millenium stadium.
     
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    DonsFan Willy for France

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    Best: The green one in Lisbon, Alvalade or whatever
    Worst: Luton, Crystal Palace
     
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    IJY14 Herald the future

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    :zzz
     
  12. paul_vale

    paul_vale Vale till i die!

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    Best- Tottenham, Sheffield Wednesday

    Worst- Luton, Colchester
     
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    Best: Nou Camp, for this country Forest

    Worst: Colchester or Brighton
     
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    Dozzer_Cufc None Shall Pass

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    Best: Tottenham, the Millenium Stadium's bottom tier is awful, otherwise that'd be a comfortable winner.

    Worst: Histon, Stafford or in the league, Southend.
     
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    Is the opposite end the same as away end? At half time when it's full it's absolutely shocking, dangerous nearly.
     
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    IJY14 Herald the future

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    Yeah. yours isn't much to shout and dance about either...
     
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    Rigoglioso Destination Premiership!

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    Best: C.O.M.S - something about the stadium is good, despite it being new.

    Worst: Luton - absolutely horrible. Shrewsbury - boring and plastic. Chesterfield - hate going there.
     
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    Clifton Red RIP To The Fallen

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    Best: Wembley
    Worst: Brighton, its not really a ground. Oh and Millwalls old ground back in the 80's **** me, risking your life then ;)
     
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    BigBlueMachine CHAMPIONS

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    Best - Ibrox
    Worst - Gretna -Raydale Park
     
  20. Steve - Wfc

    Steve - Wfc Registered User

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    I agree our stadium is shite but we building it up, next season it'll be 3 stands only and our East wont be there, just loads of cranes, and filling in the corners, no longer a garden shed.
     

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