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Top 40 Biggest Football Stadiums In England
Can you name the Top 40 Biggest Football Stadiums In England ?
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Swansea City and Cardiff City are NOT included. The Darlington Arena is NOT included as it is not currently occupied.
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England's National Stadium.
Biggest Stadium in the Premier League.
Has a capacity of 60,361.
Recently changed the name of the stadium for sponsorship purposes.
Has space for 49,000 spectators.
Won the Premier League Title (2011/2012).
It has a capacity of 45,276.
It was the first English ground to stage international football in three different centuries.
Is often referred to as simply 'The Bridge'.
One of the world's first purpose-built football grounds.
Biggest Stadium in the Championship.
One of England's most hated football clubs.
The stadium has a capacity of 36,230.
Got promoted via the Championship play-offs (2011/2012).
Its current capacity is 34,988.
Has space for 33,597 spectators.
Runners-up of the Championship to get promoted to the Premier League (2011/2012).
Biggest Stadium in League One.
Relegated from the Championship (2011/2012).
Formerly known as the Walkers Stadium.
The football club using it was one of the founder members of the Football League and Premier League.
Situated only 300 yards away from Meadow Lane (Notts County).
The tenants have been using the ground since 1884.
Has a capacity of 30,009.
Has a capacity of 28,723.
Has a record-breaking history as the first 'new build' stadium in Football League history.
Has a capacity of 27,740.
The ground opened in July 2011.
Previously shared the ground with 'London Broncos' in the late 90's.
Has a capacity of 27,220.
At an altitude of 551 feet (168 m), it is the highest ground among those of all 92 Premier League and Football League clubs.
Its present capacity is 26,309.
Shared with Hull Rugby League Club in Super League.
Biggest Stadium in League Two.
Shared with Wigan Rugby League Club in Super League.
Will soon be increasing their capacity to 30,000.
Shared with Huddersfield of Rugby League's Super League.
Shared with London Irish of rugby union's Aviva Premiership.
The football club using it was one of the founder members of the Football League.
The tenants have been using the ground since 1888.
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