Find above the extensive list of the 20 EPL Grounds Map for the season.
Premier League Stadiums – location overview
As you would expect, the Premier League is the division with the most impressive football grounds in the whole of English football. Then again, given the financial backing that some of these teams possess, it would be strange if this wasn’t the case. As you likely already know, the Premier League consists of 20 different teams located all over England, and the map that you can see here gives you a direct view of where each stadium is located. In 2021, the stadiums are spread all over the land, meaning that wherever you are reading this from, it is likely that a Premier League Stadium will not be too far away from you.
Of course, in the South, you can see grounds like The Emirates, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, and Stamford Bridge. These are the largest clubs that are located around the capital, but there are some equally impressive stadiums located up North as well. Specifically, we would highlight Anfield and Old Trafford as two of our favourites. Not only do all of these stadiums that we've mentioned possess some impressive history, but they are also awesome stadiums to go and watch a Premier League game at today!
Our top three grounds
It is easy if you support a Premier League club to say that your home stadium is your favourite, but we can’t ignore the facts and traditions that some of the largest stadiums in this league can boast. That is why we would like to take a moment to share our opinion on the top three Premier League stadiums of the 2021 season. All of this information is provided here, and don’t forget to have a look at the map for these grounds too.
First up we have an Old Trafford, or ‘The Theater of Dreams’ as it has been nicknamed in the past by the legendary Sir Bobby Charlton. The reason that this is one of our favourites is that it has been the home of some of the greatest players and managers that the game has ever seen. To add to this, when it is packed out for a Manchester United home game and there are more than 70,000 Reds fans screaming for their team, the atmosphere is electric.
Interestingly, Stamford Bridge isn't the largest of stadiums when you think about the prestige of Chelsea. In fact, Stamford Bridge can host just over 40,000 fans at full capacity. But given its prime location in London, it is one of the stadiums that any football fan in England definitely needs to go and check out. Not only is the stadium itself a sight to behold, but there is evidence all over the place of the previous successes of Chelsea.
The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Being the most expensive football stadium in England, it should come as no surprise that the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is one of the best ones. The sheer size of this stadium is staggering, and it has one of the most modern designs of all. It even has a fully retractable pitch – something that you don't see every day!