What is the smallest football stadium in England?

Who has the smallest football stadium in England?

EFL newcomers Salford City have the smallest ground in League Two after earning promotion from the National League. Better known as Moor Lane, the Peninsula Stadium is just five miles up the road from Old Trafford with seating for 2,240 and a total capacity of just over 5,100.

What is the most beautiful stadium in England?

The most beautiful football stadiums in the UK

  • Anfield – Home of Liverpool. …
  • Goodison Park – Everton. …
  • St James Park – Newcastle United. …
  • Old Trafford – Manchester United. …
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What football team has the biggest stadium?

The 25 largest college football stadiums in the United States:

RANK SCHOOL CAPACITY
1 Michigan 107,601
2 Penn State 106,572
3 Ohio State 102,780
4 Texas A&M 102,733

Which is the oldest stadium in England?

Here are the oldest football grounds still in use in England.

  • Bramall Lane – Sheffield United. This 32,000 all-seater stadium is in fact the oldest league stadium in the world. …
  • Field Mill – Mansfield Town. …
  • Deepdale – Preston North End. …
  • Stamford Bridge – Chelsea. …
  • St James’ Park – Newcastle United.

Who do Chelsea hate the most?

Arsenal may have been the first choice for many Chelsea fans, as the friction between the clubs goes back to the 1930s. A recent poll revealed that the majority of Chelsea fans consider Arsenal as their main rivals.

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