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League One Stadiums – location overview
Despite the fact that League One is the third tier of professional football in England, this league is actually home to plenty of pretty appealing stadiums. As you probably know, there are 24 professional football teams that compete in League One, and they're spread all over England. As shown in the interactive map on this page, these League One stadiums can be found in all regions of the country, and the vast majority of them are easily accessible by public transport links. This means that even if you do not currently have access to your own car, you can still reach many of these stadiums within a couple of hours.
Even if you do not currently support a League One team, there are many football fans in the UK that will choose to go to these local grounds to watch some professional action without investing tons of money – something that is required to watch Premier League games. With all of this said, we will now highlight three of the very best football stadiums that currently exist in League One, and explain why these are stadiums that are well worth a visit.
The top 3 League One stadiums in 2021
While you won’t find enormous stadiums that have received millions in funding in League One, these football grounds do have their own set of positive features. And to add to this, League One is home to some of the most loyal fans in football, which always makes for a juicy atmosphere within the grounds!
Stadium of Light
Up until a few years ago, the Stadium of Light was one of the top stadiums in the Premier League, nevermind League One. However, following several seasons of relegation for Sunderland, the Stadium of Light is now officially the largest stadium out of all the grounds in League One, with a capacity of more than 40,000 spectators. Of course, this is a stadium that is designed for a team that plays in the top-flight, which is why away fans love to travel to the stadium to watch their team play in Sunderland.
While Sunderland is a team that has suffered a bit of misfortune over the years, it would be fair to say that Ipswich town is another team that has experienced this. Currently, Portman Road can host more than 30,000 spectators at full capacity, which is why it is a stadium that boasts one of the best atmospheres of all, especially when Ipswich faces other rival teams. The stadium itself has been standing there for well over 100 years too, which is pretty cool.
The MK Dons are another team that have bounced around a fair bit concerning their form and even their fan following. Right now, Stadium MK is the second largest stadium in the division, behind only the Stadium of Light. Not only does this stadium have a clean and crisp feel about it, but it is also one of the few stadiums that also hosts plenty of womens football matches, which is great for the game.