Anfield Liverpool Now The 5th Largest In The Premier League

It has now been confirmed the the capacity of Anfield for this season will be 54,167, making it the fifth largest ground in the Premier League. The capacity has been increased from 45,362 by building two additional tiers on top of the existing Main Stand, adding almost 9,000 extra seats.

An External View Of The Expanded Main Stand

New Main Stand At Liverpool


As the list below shows Manchester United's Old Trafford is still by far the largest in the Premier League, with a capacity of 76,100. The Emirates Arsenal (60,432) is the second largest with West Ham United's new London Stadium home sitting third biggest at 60,000. Only the Etihad Stadium in Manchester is larger than Anfield, but not by much with a capacity of 55,097.

Still with Tottenham Hotspur building a new 61,000 stadium at White Hart Lane which will open in 2018 and Chelsea likely to announce the go ahead for the start of works to build a new 60,000 stadium at Stamford Bridge, Anfield is not going to stay fifth largest in the Premier League for long.

Largest Stadiums In The Premier League By Capacity

1. Manchester United 76,100
2. Arsenal 60,432
3. West Ham United 60,000
4. Manchester City 55,097
5. Liverpool 54,167
6. Sunderland 48,707
7. Chelsea 41,326
8. Everton 40,569
9. Middlesbrough 35,100
10. Southampton 32,689
11. Leicester City 32,500
12 .Tottenham 32,271
13. West Bromwich Albion 26,500
14. Stoke City 28,383
15. Crystal Palace 26,309
16. Hull City 25,404
17. Burnley 22,546
18. Watford 21,977
19. Swansea City 20,972
20. Bournemouth 11,464

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