List of English football stadiums by capacity

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This is a list of English football stadiums. It is ranked in descending order of capacity.

There is a large number of football stadiums and pitches in England, so this list does not have all of them. It includes:

A person who has watched a match at the stadiums of all 92 Premier League and Football League clubs in England may apply to join The 92 Club.

Current stadiums[change | edit source]

Overall
Rank
Stadium Capacity Club Division Rank in Club's Divisions
1 Wembley Stadium 90,000[1] England national football team National stadium N/A
2 Old Trafford 75,957 Manchester United Premier League 1
3 Emirates Stadium 60,355[2] Arsenal Premier League 2
4 St James' Park 52,387[3] Newcastle United Premier League
5 Stadium of Light 49,000[4] Sunderland Premier League 3
6 City of Manchester Stadium 47,726[5] Manchester City Premier League 4
7 Anfield 45,522 Liverpool Premier League 5
8 Villa Park 42,788 Aston Villa Premier League 6
9 Stamford Bridge 42,055 Chelsea Premier League 7
10 Goodison Park 40,158 Everton Premier League 8
11 Hillsborough Stadium 39,814 Sheffield Wednesday Championship 1
12 Elland Road 39,460[6] Leeds United Championship 2
13 White Hart Lane 36,310 Tottenham Hotspur Premier League 9
14 The Boleyn Ground (Upton Park) 35,303[7] West Ham United Premier League 10
15 Riverside Stadium 34,988 Middlesbrough Championship 3
16 Pride Park Stadium 33,597[8] Derby County Championship 4
17 Bramall Lane 32,702[9] Sheffield United League One 5
18 St Mary's Stadium 32,689[10] Southampton Premier League 1
19 Ricoh Arena 32,609[11] Coventry City League One 6
20 King Power Stadium 32,500[12] Leicester City Championship 7
21 Ewood Park 31,367 Blackburn Rovers Championship 11
22 City Ground 30,576 Nottingham Forest Championship 8
23 Portman Road 30,311[13] Ipswich Town Championship 9
24 St Andrew's 30,079 Birmingham City Championship 12
25 Molineux 29,303 Wolverhampton Wanderers League One 13
26 Reebok Stadium 28,723 Bolton Wanderers Championship 14
27 Britannia Stadium 28,383 Stoke City Premier League 15
28 The Hawthorns 28,003[14] West Bromwich Albion Premier League 10
29 Amex Stadium 27,500 Brighton & Hove Albion Championship 22
30 The Valley 27,111 Charlton Athletic Championship 3
31 Cardiff City Stadium 26,828 Cardiff City Premier League 11
32 Selhurst Park 26,309 Crystal Palace Premier League 12
33 Carrow Road 26,034[8] Norwich City Premier League 4
34 Craven Cottage 25,700 Fulham Premier League 16
35 KC Stadium 25,404 Hull City Premier League 17
36 DW Stadium 25,138 Wigan Athletic Championship 18
37 Valley Parade 25,136 Bradford City League One 2
38 Don Valley Stadium 25,000 Rotherham United League One 3
39 Galpharm Stadium 24,500 Huddersfield Town Championship  ?
40 Madejski Stadium 24,161 Reading Championship 13
41 Deepdale 23,408 Preston North End League One 14
42 Oakwell 23,009 Barnsley Championship 15
43 Turf Moor 22,546 Burnley Championship 19
44 Stadium:mk 22,000 Milton Keynes Dons League One 6
45 Ashton Gate 21,497 Bristol City League One 16
46 Liberty Stadium 20,532 Swansea City Premier League 17
47 Fratton Park 20,224 Portsmouth League Two 20
48 New Den Stadium 20,146 Millwall Championship 7
49 Vicarage Road 19,920 Watford Championship 18
50 Meadow Lane 19,588 Notts County League Two 4
51 Home Park 19,500 [15] Plymouth Argyle League two 20
52 Vale Park 19,052 Port Vale League Two 5
53 Loftus Road 18,200 Queens Park Rangers Championship 20
54 Prenton Park 16,789 Tranmere Rovers League One 8
55 Brunton Park 16,651 Carlisle United League One 9
56 County Ground 15,728 Swindon Town League One 10
57 London Road 15,460 Peterborough United Championship 21
58 Keepmoat Stadium 15,231 Doncaster Rovers Championship 22
59 Griffin Park 12,763 Brentford League One 11
60 Bloomfield Road 12,555 Blackpool Championship 23
61 Kassam Stadium 12,500 Oxford United Conference National 2
62 Roots Hall 12,392 Southend United League One 12
63 Memorial Stadium 12,100 Bristol Rovers League One 13
67 Gigg Lane 11,669 Bury League Two 6
68 Priestfield Stadium 11,582 Gillingham League One 14
69 Bescot Stadium 11,300 Walsall League One 15
71 Boundary Park 10,638 Oldham Athletic League One 17
72 Spotland 10,249 Rochdale League Two 7
73 Kenilworth Road 10,226 Luton Town Conference National 4
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76 Alexandra Stadium 10,153 Crewe Alexandra League Two 9
77= Adams Park 10,000 Wycombe Wanderers League One 18
77= Colchester Community Stadium 10,000 Colchester United League One 19
81 New Meadow 9,875 Shrewsbury Town League Two 10
82 Huish Park 9,665 Yeovil Town League One 20
84 Dean Court 9,600 AFC Bournemouth League Two 11
86 Brisbane Road 9,271 Leyton Orient League One 21
87 Bootham crescent 9,196 York City League Two 7
88 Glanford Park 9,088 Scunthorpe United Championship 24
90 St James Park 8,830 Exeter City League One 23
91 Twerton Park 8,800 Bath City Conference South (6) 1
92 Saltergate 8,504 Chesterfield League Two 13
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94 Victoria Park 7,691 Hartlepool United League One 24
95 Sixfields Stadium 7,653 Northampton Town League Two 14
97= Recreation Ground 7,100 Aldershot Town League Two 15
97= Broadhall Way 7,100 Stevenage Borough league one 8
98 Whaddon Road 7,066 Cheltenham Town League Two 16
100 Pirelli Stadium 6,912 Burton Albion League Two 17
103 The Shay 6,561 Halifax Town Northern Premier League Division One North (8) 1
104= Church Road 6,500 Hayes and Yeading Conference National 9
104= Bower Fold 6,500 Stalybridge Celtic Conference North (6) 1
104= Crabble Athletic Ground 6,500 Dover Athletic Conference South (6) 3
107 Nene Park 6,441 Rushden & Diamonds Conference National 10
108 Christie Park 6,400 Morecambe League Two 18
109 Moss Rose 6,355 Macclesfield Town League Two 19
110 New Bucks Head 6,300 A.F.C. Telford United Conference North (6) 2
111 Aggborough 6,238 Kidderminster Harriers Conference National 11
112 Rockingham Road 6,170 Kettering Town Conference National 12
113 Plainmoor 6,104 Torquay United League Two 20
114 Moss Lane 6,085 Altrincham Conference National 13
115 Victoria Road 6,078 Dagenham & Redbridge League Two 21
116 Kingfield Stadium 6,036 Woking Conference South 5
117 Haig Avenue 6,008 Southport Conference North (6) 3
118 The Camrose 6,000 Basingstoke Town Conference South (6) 6
119 The Walks 5,733 King's Lynn Conference North (6) 4
120 Underhill Stadium 5,568 Barnet League Two 22
121 Deva Stadium 5,328 Chester N/A
122 The New Lawn 5,147 Forest Green Rovers Conference National 14
123 Edgar Street 5,075 Hereford United League Two 23
124 Crown Ground 5,057 Accrington Stanley League Two 24
125 Stonebridge Road 5,011 Ebbsfleet United Conference National 15
126 Avenue Stadium 5,009 Dorchester Town Conference South (6) 7
127= Valley Stadium 5,000 Redditch United Conference North (6) 5
127= The Meadow 5,000 Chesham United Southern League Division One Midlands (8) 1
127= Raymond McEnhill Stadium 5,000 Salisbury City Conference National 16
127= Longmead Stadium 5,000 Tonbridge Angels Isthmian League Premier Division (7) 1
Other Level 1–5 Stadiums
Broadfield Stadium 4,996 Crawley Town Conference National 17
Kingsmeadow 4,722 AFC Wimbledon Conference National 18
Holker Street 4,256[16] Barrow AFC Conference National 19
Priory Lane 4,134 Eastbourne Borough Conference National 20
New Recreation Ground 4,100 Grays Athletic Conference National 21
The Lamb Ground 4,065 Tamworth Conference National 22
Bridge Road 3,800[17] Histon Conference National 23

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