we have ranked the best stadiums in the UK according, including stadiums from the Premier League, Championship, League One, and the Scottish Premiership. The ranking is done considering the user ratings from different websites.
Villa Park has been the home of Aston Villa Football Club since 1897. They say once you visit Villa Park, you want to go there again and again. This majorly happens because of the splendid atmosphere that is there for the matches. It has a good capacity of 42 thousand. The stadium has been renovated times by the management to bring a create an emphatic atmosphere and surround. The ground is fantastic and towers over many grounds in this league. The supporters are great and the stadium echoes with glorious years gone by. It is one of the best stadiums in the UK according to the atmosphere
9. City Ground (Nottingham forest)
It has been home to Nottingham Forest Football Club since 1898, and has 30,445 seats. Nottingham Forest moved to the City Ground in 1898 after unsuccessfully trying to find a permanent home in previous decades.
8. Tynecastle Park ( Heart of Midlothian)
le has a seating capacity of 20,099, which makes it the sixth-largest football stadium in Scotland. Hearts have played at the present site of Tynecastle since 1886.
It is an all-seated stadium, split into four sections known as the Gorgie Stand, Main Stand, Wheatfield Stand and Roseburn Stand. The Main Stand was rebuilt in 2017. The atmosphere is great, the fans are incredibly passionate about their team and give the backing no matter what the score is!
7. Valley Parade (Bradford City)
Valley Parade, also known as the Northern Commercials Stadium through sponsorship rights, is the home ground of Bradford City since 1903. The stadium went through few changes until 1985, when it was the scene of a fatal fire on 11 May 1985, when 56 supporters were killed and at least 265 were injured. It underwent a £2.6 million redevelopment and was re-opened in December 1986. The ground underwent significant changes in the 1990s, and early 2000s, and now has a capacity of 25,000.
The ground is fantastic and towers over many grounds in this league. The supporters are great and the stadium echoes with glorious years gone by. It is one of the best stadiums in the UK according to the atmosphere.
6. Anfield (Liverpool)
Anfield has been the home of Liverpool F.C. since its formation in 1892. It was originally the home of Everton F.C. from 1884 to 1891, before they moved to Goodison Park after a dispute over rent. It has a seating capacity of 54,074 making it the sixth-largest football stadium in England. The stadium has four stands: the Spion Kop, the Main Stand, the Kenny Dalglish Stand and Anfield Road.
The atmosphere generated inside the stadium is electric and very few clubs can rival this. You’ll Never Walk Alone sang by 50,000+ supporters is an experience you will never forget. The Kops is considered to be one among the loudest of all fans around the world. There are so many occasions where the Anfield crowd has won games for Liverpool being the 12th man. The stadium tours also give a great look back at the history of LFC.
5. Bramall Lane (Sheffield United)
Bramall Lane has been the home of Sheffield United since the club’s establishment in 1889. It is the oldest major stadium in the world still to be hosting professional association football matches. The current capacity of the stadium is around 32k. It is one of the best stadiums in the UK according to the atmosphere.
Being the oldest major football ground in the World, Bramall Lane is an attraction well worth visiting in Sheffield. It is full of atmosphere, whether you visit on a match day or just go for a tour around the stadium. When Sheffield United play a home game, the crowd is fantastic and you can’t help but join in with the excitement and cheers that fill the stadium. It doesn’t matter if you sit with the home fans or the away fans, you will guarantee to leave the Lane with a smile on your face.
4. Fratton Park (Portsmouth F.C.)
Fratton Park has been the original home of Portsmouth F.C. ever since the football club was first founded in 1898. it is built in a traditional English style of four separate stands arranged closely around the four sides of the football pitch. The stadium has a current capacity for 19,669 supporters, although the stadium has had a much larger capacity in its history, with a record attendance of 51,385 supporters.
The atmosphere on match days is electric. There are local pubs in walking distance and car parking available nearby. The football pitch, measuring 115 x 73 yards, is align from east to west, which is considered as unusual in English football, as most other pitches are orientated north to south. Overall, visiting Fratton Park will give you a nice matchday experience.
3. Elland Road (Leeds United)
Elland Road has been the home of Leeds United F.C. since the club’s foundation in 1919. it has four stands – the Revie Stand, the East Stand, the South Stand and the John Charles Stand– and a capacity of 37,890.
Now playing host to matches in the Football League Championship, Sir Alex Ferguson once called it “the most intimidating venue in Europe”. Despite abortive plans to move in 2001, the club remains at the ground where it won the league in 1969, 1974 and 1992. What’s most important about Elland Road, though, is the place it retains in the life of the city, and the hearts of the locals.
2. St.James Park (Newcastle Unite
St James’ Park has been the home ground of Newcastle United since 1892 and has been used for football since 1880. With a seating capacity of 52,405 it is the seventh-largest football stadium in England.
As well as the normal Premiership football stadium facilities, the stadium contains conference and banqueting facilities. These comprise a total of 6 suites with a total capacity of 2,050, including the 1,000 capacity Bamburgh Suite containing a stage, dance floor and 3 bars, and the New Magpie Room, on two levels with a pitch view.
The atmosphere on a matchday is arguably the best in Premier League and it is an experience every football fan should enjoy at least once.
1. Celtic Park (Celtic FC)
Celtic Park is the home ground of the Celtic Football Club. It is an all-seater stadium with a capacity of 60,411, the largest football stadium in Scotland, and the sixth-largest football stadium in the United Kingdom.
The Jock Stein stand is named after the ex-manager who once said that “football without fans is nothing”. The Lisbon Lions stand commemorates the club’s greatest moment when in 1967 they became the first British team to win the European Cup—and with a side all born within 30 miles of Celtic Park. But the club is probably best known for its enthusiastic fan base all over the world.
Football stars like Messi, Xavi, Ronaldo, Puyol, Gerrard, Ibrahimovic, and many others have rated Celtic Park’s atmosphere as one of the best. Speaking after Celtic’s famous 2-1 victory over Barcelona in 2012, Messi said: “The Celtic fans deserve to be in Europe.