Premier League Grounds Have Been Ranked Best To Worst
Wolves' Molineux stadium is the best ground in the Premier League according to a ranking system based on marks out of 10 for seven different criteria.
Football clubs love to have a bit of a home advantage and fans like to have pride in the place many would call their second home, so Wolves will be happy to take bragging rights when it comes to the Premier League.
OnlineCasinos.co.uk have put together an index of all of the stadiums in England's top tier. Each one has been given a mark out of 10 based on Google ratings, Trip advisor reviews, walking distance from the nearest train station, cost of a pint, cost of the cheapest pie, cost of a season ticket and cost of a stadium tour.
Wolves finished top mainly due to their excellent pint, pie and ticket prices whilst behind them in second Norwich City were let down by their pies, Delia Smith's fault no doubt, and poor Google rating, whilst in third Manchester City's Etihad misses out due to the distance to the train station and its pie prices.
The Etihad team can feel pretty hard done by to be honest. Their ground is a 35 minute walk from Piccadilly Station, the train station most visiting fans will arrive into, but there is also the local Metrolink service which lands match goers just two minutes from the gates.
Anfield too would be much higher up if it wasn't for the 45 minute walk from Lime Street station to the home of Jurgen Klopp's side.
The Reds' score perfect 10s on Google and TripAdvisor and their average across six of the seven criteria is 7.71, good enough for second, but that long walk sees them plummet down the table.
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Arsenal and Manchester United find themselves in the middle of the pack thanks to the price of things at the Emirates and Old Trafford.
The London Stadium is basically bad for everything apart from a stadium tour and most would be more interested in the Olympics part of that than anything West Ham have done.
But it's not as bad as it is for Chelsea. Stamford Bridge's only redeeming features are an okay Google rating and decent transport links.
According to reports on Saturday there are eight grounds currently under consideration to be the 'neutral' venues for the end of the season, should the Premier League be able to restart.
Brighton's Amex Stadium, Southampton's St Mary's, the London Stadium, the Emirates, Leicester City's King Power Stadium, Villa Park, Old Trafford and the Etihad are all thought to be in the running.
No teams would play at their home ground in order to reduce the chances of fans gathering outside the stadiums to celebrate.
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