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Study reveals the highest-rated stadiums in the Premier League

Nasir Jabbar

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Study reveals the highest-rated stadiums in the Premier League

A study has revealed the highest-rated stadiums in England through Yelp, Google and TripAdvisor review scores as well as capacity for every stadium.

Research conducted by casino bonus finder KingCasinoBonus.uk have put together their findings, revealing Manchester United's Old Trafford is the highest-rated stadium in England.

Old Trafford recorded a total score of 85.56 ahead of Liverpool's Anfield and Arsenal's Emirates.

Anfield and the Emirates recorded a total score of 81.76 and 76.45 respectively.

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Manchester United's Old Trafford. Image: Getty
Manchester United's Old Trafford. Image: Getty

Tottenham's new home the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, Manchester City's Etihad and Newcastle United's St. James' Park are ranked fourth, fifth and sixth respectively.

Spurs' ground has a rating of 70.18, the Etihad has a rating of 69.27 and St. James' Park has a rating of 62.50.

Fulham's Craven Cottage, Chelsea's Stamford Bridge, Sheffield United's Bramall Lane and Nottingham Forest's City Ground make up the top ten.

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Brighton's American Express Community Stadium, Everton's Goodison Park and Aston Villa's Villa Park are ranked 11th, 12th and 13th and have a rating of 52.18, 51.46 and 46.63 respectively.

West Ham United's London Stadium, Brentford's Gtech Community Stadium and Wolves Molineux Stadium then enter the list at 14th, 15th and 16th respectively.

Burnley's Turf Moor, Crystal Palace's Selhurst Park, Bournemouth's Vitality Stadium and Luton's Kenilworth Road complete the top 20.

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Check out the full list below:

  1. Old Trafford (Manchester United) - 85.56
  2. Anfield (Liverpool) - 81.76
  3. Emirates Stadium (Arsenal) - 76.45
  4. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Tottenham) - 70.18
  5. Etihad (Manchester City) - 69.27
  6. St. James' Park (Newcastle United) - 62.50
  7. Craven Cottage (Fulham) - 61.36
  8. Stamford Bridge (Chelsea) - 60.48
  9. Bramall Lane (Sheffield United) - 53.85
  10. City Ground (Nottingham Forest) - 53.18
  11. American Express Community Stadium (Brighton) - 52.18
  12. Goodison Park (Everton) - 51.46
  13. Villa Park (Aston VIlla) - 46.63
  14. London Stadium (West Ham United) - 43.49
  15. Gtech Community Stadium (Brentford) - 38.10
  16. Molineux Stadium (Wolves) - 37.08
  17. Turf Moor (Burnley) - 29.84
  18. Selhurst Park (Crystal Palace) - 27.64
  19. Vitality Stadium (Bournemouth) - 25.40
  20. Kenilworth Road (Luton) - 10.24

What's your take on the study? Let us know.

Featured Image Credit: Getty

Topics: Manchester United, Liverpool, Football, Arsenal, Manchester City

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