The English Premier League is the biggest football league in the world currently because of its competitiveness, the tempo of games, and its financial strength. The latter has seen English Premier League clubs showcase their strength in the transfer window more than ever before.
However, it is not just in the transfer window that English Premier League clubs have flexed their financial muscles. They have also spent big on the building of large stadia. Tottenham Hotspur completed their stadium three years ago.
While Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium is very large, it still falls behind Manchester United’s Old Trafford in terms of capacity. The Red Devils have the biggest club stadium in the English Premier League. Old Trafford is second to only the national stadium in terms of size. The stadium which was built in 1910 has a capacity of 74,140.
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the second largest stadium in the English Premier League in terms of capacity. The newly built stadium can contain 62,850 fans.
The third stadium with the largest capacity is West Ham United’s London Stadium. The stadium has a capacity of 62,500. Fourth on the list is Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium, which has a capacity of 60,260. The fifth-largest stadium in the English Premier League is the Etihad Stadium with a capacity of 53,400.
Anfield Stadium is the sixth largest stadium in the English Premier League. The stadium which is located at Merseyside belongs to Liverpool and has the capacity to hold 53,394 spectators. Newcastle United’s St James’ Park is the seventh largest stadium in the English Premier League. It has a capacity of 52,305.
Villa Park is the eighth largest stadium in the English Premier League with a capacity of 42,757. The stadium is where Aston Villa play their home games. Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge and Everton’s Goodison Park round up the top ten with capacities of 41,837 and 39,572 respectively.