England Football Stadiums

Wembley Stadium

England has some of the most well known stadiums in World Football. The largest is the 90,000 seater Wembley Stadium, home to the England national team and venue for the FA Cup Final. Some of the other famed stadiums in England include Old Trafford in Manchester, Anfield in Liverpool, St James’ Park in Newcastle and Villa Park in Birmingham. Click on the map or links below for a venue guide to visiting each of the grounds and the cities which they’re located in.


Birmingham

Villa Park (Aston Villa)


Brighton

American Express Community Stadium (Brighton and Hove Albion)


Bristol

Ashton Gate (Bristol City)

Memorial Stadium (Bristol Rovers)


Burton upon Trent

Pirelli Stadium (Burton Albion)

Hull

KCOM Stadium (Hull City)


Leeds

Elland Road (Leeds United)


Liverpool

Anfield (Liverpool FC)


London

Brentford Community Stadium (Brentford FC)


London Stadium (West Ham United)


Plough Lane (AFC Wimbledon)


Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Tottenham Hotspur)


Wembley Stadium (England)


Manchester

Etihad Stadium (Manchester City)

Old Trafford (Manchester United)


Milton Keynes

Stadium MK (Milton Keynes Dons)


Newcastle

St James’ Park (Newcastle United)


Norwich

Carrow Road (Norwich City)


Southampton

St Mary’s Stadium (Southampton FC)

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