Premier League Stadium Guide: Guide to English Premier League Stadiums 2018-19

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The 2017-18 campaign has come to a conclusion with promotions and relegations finally being confirmed. With the help of Opta’s definitive data we take a look at the latest batch of Premier League sides and their stadium stats for upcoming 2018-19 season.

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Arsenal – Emirates Stadium

arsenal emirates stadium

Capacity: 60,355

Location: Holloway, London

Team Name: Arsenal

Attendance figures: In the 2017-18 season the club averaged an attendance of 59,323 which was down from their historic average of 59,950

Record attendance: 60,161 v Manchester United 2007

Total Goals 664
Goals Per Game 2.91
Home Goals 479
Away Goals 185
% Scored by home team 72.1%
1st Half Goals 292
2nd Half Goals 372
% 1st Half 44%
Inside the box 571
Outside the box 93
% of Goals scored outside the box 14%
Percentage of 0-0’s 7.5%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 66.7%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 11.4%
Top goal-scorer Robin Van Persie – 46
Total red cards 42

The Emirates Stadium otherwise known as Arsenal Stadium will be entering its twelfth year of Premier League football in August.

The site is just 500 yards from Highbury but represented a chance to significantly increase their attendance. The stadium has now shifted from near Arsenal station to a stone’s throw from Drayton Park and Holloway Road. The nearest overground stations are Finsbury Park (0.8m) and Highbury and Islington (0.6m).

The away fans are located in the South East corner of the ground and can benefit from an ‘early bird’ food offer. Arrive up to 45 minutes before kick-off where a pie and pint/large drink will be £5.

Arsenal moved from Highbury in 2006 where they had been since 1913.

The old stadium capacity stood at 36,152. The top Premier League scorer in the stadium was Thierry Henry with 114 goals. The club’s Premier League goal per game ratio at Highbury was 2.81 scoring 538 goals.

Home win %: 62.8%

Away win %: 12.9%

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Bournemouth – Dean Court

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Capacity: 11,360

Location: Kings Park, Bournemouth

Nick-name: The Cherries

Attendance figures: In the 2017-18 season Bournemouth averaged a 10,641 attendance which is down from the 11,004 overall average.

Record attendance: 28,799 v Manchester United 1957

Total Goals 177
Goals Per Game 3.11
Home Goals 84
Away Goals 93
% Scored by home team 47.5%
1st Half Goals 77
2nd Half Goals 100
% 1st Half 43.5%
Inside the box 150
Outside the box 27
% of Goals scored outside the box 15.7%
Percentage of 0-0’s 5.3%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 36.8%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 38.6%
Top goal-scorer Joshua King – 13
Total red cards 6

Dean Court or the Vitality Stadium will be entertaining Premier League sides for a fourth successive season in 2018-19.

The stadium is situated next to the Kings Park Athletics track 3.5 miles from Bournemouth town centre. The nearest train station is a mile away in Pokesdown and around a 15 minute walk. Bournemouth railway is located a 30 minute walk-away.

For the most tourist-like of away fans Bournemouth beach is 2.5 miles from the Vitality Stadium. Inside the ground the away supporters are located on one side of the East Stand with normal allocation for between 1,500-2000 seats. The food on offer includes a range of pies all £3.50, a selection of burgers and hot-dogs for £4 each.

It was announced late last year that Chairman Jeff Mostyn is looking for a stadium re-location close to the current Kings Park site.

Brighton & Hove Albion – AMEX Stadium

brighton and hove albion stadium

Capacity: 30,750

Location: Falmer, East Sussex

Nick-name: The Seagulls

The average attendance in 2017-18, which was the club’s first season in the Premier League, was 30,403

Record attendance: 30,634 v Liverpool December 2017

Total Goals 49
Goals Per Game 2.58
Home Goals 24
Away Goals 25
% Scored by home team 49%
1st Half Goals 19
2nd Half Goals 30
% 1st Half 38.8%
Inside the box 27
Outside the box 4
% of Goals scored outside the box 8.2%
Percentage of 0-0’s 10.5%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 36.8%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 21.1%
Top goal-scorer Glenn Murray/Pascal Gross – 7
Total red cards 2

Brighton moved to the AMEX Stadium in July 2011. This meant the club had their own permanent home since leaving Hove’s Goldstone Ground in 1997.

They would pitch up at Withdean athletics track in Brighton from 1999 to 2011 before moving a little out of the Brighton and Hove area to Falmer.

The current stadium has already expanded its capacity from 22,374 to 30,750 in 2013.

Falmer Station is now the nearest station with shuttles running every ten minutes on match-days from Brighton station. The club offer home and away fans free travel on buses and trains within the Free Travel Zone. You can use your match-day ticket, season ticket, or proof of match-day ticket purchase to use most services.

Away fans are located in the south-east corner of the ground between east and south lower-tiers. This gives a capacity of 3,300 to the travelling support.

For any Premier League pie connoisseur, a steak and ale will set you back £4.10 – the most expensive in the league.

With a shortage of amenities around the ground, it’s recommended to spend the full day in the city.

Burnley – Turf Moor

burnley turf moor stadium

Capacity: 21,944

Location: Burnley, Lancashire

Nick-name: The Clarets

The average attendance at Turf Moor is 20,252 but increased last season to 20,688 as the club finished 7th in the Premier League.

Record attendance: 54,775 v Huddersfield Town – 1924

Total Goals 169
Goals Per Game 2.22
Home Goals 81
Away Goals 88
% Scored by home team 47.9%
1st Half Goals 75
2nd Half Goals 94
% 1st Half 44.4%
Inside the box 146
Outside the box 23
% of Goals scored outside the box 13.6%
Percentage of 0-0’s 7.9%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 36.8%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 36.8%
Top goal-scorer Ashley Barnes – 10
Total red cards 5

Turf Moor sits just half a mile east from Burnley city centre and surrounded by the River Brun.

It’s been home to Burnley FC since 1883 after taking over the premises from the Cricket Club.

In getting to the stadium your best option is to go via Burnley Manchester Road (1m) rather than Burnley Central station (0.9m). Although slightly closer, the intervening river Brun extends the commute.

Away fans take up the David Fishwick Stand which lies on the Western side of the pitch behind the goal.

This typically takes a 4,000 allocation. If you fancy a pint in the ground it’ll set you back £3.50.

A pie prices up at £3 with the souvenir of a match-day programme at £3.

Cardiff City – Cardiff City Stadium

cardiff city stadium

Capacity: 33,280

Location: Leckwith, Cardiff

 Nickname: The Bluebirds

 The average attendance at the stadium is 27,430.

 Record attendance: 32,478 v Reading –  6th May 2018

Total Goals 55
Goals Per Game 2.89
Home Goals 20
Away Goals 35
% Scored by home team 36.4%
1st Half Goals 22
2nd Half Goals 33
% 1st Half 40%
Inside the box 48
Outside the box 7
% of Goals scored outside the box 12.7%
Percentage of 0-0’s 10.5%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 26.3%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 47.4%
Top goal-scorer Frazier Campbell – 5
Total red cards 2

The Cardiff City stadium has been home to the Bluebirds since 2009 and is the second largest stadium in Wales behind the Principality Stadium.

The venue sits just yards from the club’s original ground at Ninian Park so has all the same transport links for supporters.

There are three train stations all within walking distance of the stadium. The nearest is Ninian Park Halt, a local line served by trains from Cardiff Central Station.

Cardiff Central is itself a 25-minute walk from the stadium, however, this is where away fans can be fed and watered with a variety of restaurants to choose from.

However, there is a choice of fast-food chains surrounding the ground as well.

Away fans can be found taking up the corner between Grange and Ninian Stands with a typical allocation of 1,800.

Chelsea – Stamford Bridge

Stamford Bridge stadium

Capacity: 41,631

Location: Chelsea, West London

Nickname: The Blues

The average attendance at Stamford Bridge is 36,311 although last season the club brought through an increase that reached 41,509.

Record attendance: 82,905 v Arsenal – 1935

Total Goals 1,401
Goals Per Game 2.80
Home Goals 984
Away Goals 417
% Scored by home team 70.2%
1st Half Goals 645
2nd Half Goals 756
% 1st Half 46%
Inside the box 1,191
Outside the box 210
% of Goals scored outside the box 15%
Percentage of 0-0’s 7.2%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 62.6%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 13.2%
Top goal-scorer Frank Lampard – 79
Total red cards 74

Stamford Bridge sits just off the banks of River Thames in West Brompton, close to Fulham Broadway underground (0.4m) and 1.7 miles from local rivals Fulham’s Craven Cottage.

Away fans can find access routes from Fulham Broadway on the District Line or Overground services to West Brompton.

Visiting supporters can pitch up in the Shed End lower tier, nearest the East Stand, with a typical allocation of 3,000.

However, the club are finalising plans for a re-structure of the Stamford Bridge site which would see the capacity rise to 60,000.

It is due to take three years to construct in the hope of being ready in the 2023/24 season. Check out the latest news and odds for Chelsea here.

Crystal Palace – Selhurst Park

selhurst park stadium

Capacity: 26,309

Location: Selhurst, South London

Nickname: The Eagles

The average attendance at Selhurst Park is 18,221 although last season this increased to 25,063.

Record attendance: 51,482 v Burnley in May 1979

Total Goals 837
Goals Per Game 2.51
Home Goals 176
Away Goals 22
% Scored by home team 44.2%
1st Half Goals 408
2nd Half Goals 429
% 1st Half 43.7%
Inside the box 730
Outside the box 107
% of Goals scored outside the box 12.8%
Percentage of 0-0’s 7.5%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 34.5%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 39.3%
Top goal-scorer Dean Holdsworth – 38
Total red cards 42

Selhurst Park has been the home of Crystal Palace since a 1924 opening against Sheffield Wednesday.

The stadium is located in south of London and is best reached by train.

Both Selhurst and Thornton Heath overground stations are a 5 to 10 minute walk away. You can also travel to Norwood Junction on the other side of the ground which is a 10 to 15 minute journey.

There are a few pubs and your typical fast food outlets in the vicinity of the stadium. Your best bet is to walk up to Thornton Heath station.

Inside the ground a pie and a pint will set you back £7.50 here, whilst a tea or coffee prices up at £2. Away fans visiting Selhurst Park are located on one side of the Arthur Wait stand which can take a 2,000 travelling support.

In April 2018 Croydon Council approved plans for a new 13,500 Main Stand increasing the capacity to 34,000.

Everton – Goodison Park

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Capacity: 40,569

Location: Walton, Liverpool

Nickname: The Toffees

The average attendance at Selhurst Park is 34,977 but last campaign the team drew in an average of 38,797

Record attendance: 78,299 v Liverpool in September 1948

Total Goals 1,321
Goals Per Game 2.64
Home Goals 776
Away Goals 545
% Scored by home team 58.7%
1st Half Goals 586
2nd Half Goals 735
% 1st Half 44.4%
Inside the box 1,139
Outside the box 182
% of Goals scored outside the box 13.8%
Percentage of 0-0’s 8%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 46.8%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 25.8%
Top goal-scorer Romelu Lukaku – 40
Total red cards 87

Goodison Park has played host to more top flight games than other stadium in the country with Everton remaining in the top tier since 1954.

The ground is located two miles from Liverpool City Centre on one side of the famous Stanley Park.

Kirkdale train station is just under a mile away, but you’re best served going to Liverpool Central and using MerseyTravel’s Soccerbus which runs a direct service to the stadium via Sandhills.

Goodison can typically hold 3,000 away fans who take up the Bullens Road Stand.

Your classic football snacks of a pie and a pint comes in at £6.60. Although there are some watering holes that can be found on nearby County Road.

Fulham – Craven Cottage

fulham craven cottage stadium

Capacity: 25,700

Location: Fulham, London

Nickname: The Cottagers

The average Premier League attendance at Craven Cottage is 23,156

Record attendance: 47,391 v Tottenham Hotspur – 1951

Total Goals 554
Goals Per Game 2.65
Home Goals 294
Away Goals 260
% Scored by home team 53.1%
1st Half Goals 235
2nd Half Goals 319
% 1st Half 42.4%
Inside the box 446
Outside the box 108
% of Goals scored outside the box 19.5%
Percentage of 0-0’s 8.1%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 44%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 32.5%
Top goal-scorer Clint Dempsey – 32
Total red cards 27

Craven Cottage has been home to Fulham since 1896. Before that the site was used for various sports from 1780 onwards.

The ground was built in the woods with the original ‘craven cottage’ a royal hunting lodge on one side of the River Thames, by Putney Bridge.

The closest underground station is Putney Bridge (0.8m) from the ground. You can walk alongside the river and Bishops Park or upon Fulham High Road.

Pubs and restaurants are easily located around the station or you can cross the bridge onto Putney High Street.

Away fans are located in one side of the Putney End Stand, with the rest of the stand allocated to ‘neutral’ supporters. This takes up an allocation of 3,000.

There are plans to extend the Riverside Stand to increase the capacity to 29.600 which is due to begin in summer 2019.

The Cottagers played their football at Loftus Road after promotion in 2002. Louis Saha was top-scorer with 14 goals. Their overall goals-per-game ratio was 2.47, with an average crowd of 16,474 attending.

Home goals: 55

Away goals: 39

Leicester City – King Power Stadium

leicester city king power stadium

Capacity: 32,312

Location: Freeman’s Wharf, Leicester

Nickname: The Foxes

The average attendance at the King Power is 31,645 with a 2017-18 average at 31,636

Record attendance: 32,242 v Sunderland in August 2015

Total Goals 253
Goals Per Game 2.66
Home Goals 138
Away Goals 115
% Scored by home team 54.5%
1st Half Goals 107
2nd Half Goals 146
% 1st Half 42.3%
Inside the box 211
Outside the box 42
% of Goals scored outside the box 16.6%
Percentage of 0-0’s 10.6%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 41.1%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 26.3%
Top goal-scorer Jamie Vardy – 34
Total red cards 16

Leicester City moved to their King Power Stadium in 2002 and is the 20th largest football ground in England.

The name of the stadium derives from the travel retail group of the same name – a company owned by the clubs Thai owners. This previously called the Walkers Stadium after their ties with the snack food manufacturer.

A pie and a pint at the King Power is £8 which is the joint-third most expensive in the Premier League. For anyone looking to spend a few hours in the city before or after a game, there’s a cinema multiplex in nearby Freeman’s Park.

Away fans sit in the northeast section of the ground between the East Stand and the ‘Lineker’ or North Stand.

The ground itself is right in the sporting hub of the city only 0.3 miles from former home Filbert Street and only a 15 minute walk (0.7m) from Leicester Tiger’s Welford Road.

Long before their new stadium and 2015-16 Premier League win, the Midlands club played their football at Filbert Street. This played host to the Foxes between 1891 and 2002.

Filbert Street had a 22,000 capacity with Muzzy Izzet the top-scorer in the ground with 20 goals. They had a 2.62 goal ratio.

Home goals: 170

Away goals: 184

Liverpool – Anfield

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Capacity: 54,074

Location: Liverpool

Nickname: The Reds

The average attendance at the King Power is 43,166 with the 2017-18 average increasing to 53,049

Record attendance: 61,905 vs Wolves in February 1952

Total Goals 1,374
Goals Per Game 2.75
Home Goals 971
Away Goals 403
% Scored by home team 70.7%
1st Half Goals 599
2nd Half Goals 775
% 1st Half 43.6%
Inside the box 1,154
Outside the box 220
% of Goals scored outside the box 16.0%
Percentage of 0-0’s 9.2%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 60.6%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 14%
Top goal-scorer Robbie Fowler – 85
Total red cards 68

Anfield has been home of Liverpool Football Club since 1892. Anfield’s capacity has recently been increased to 54,074 following the development of the Main Stand.

The club are also finalising plans to extend the Anfield Road End taking the capacity to 61,000. This would usurp the Emirates as Premier League’s second largest ground.

The away fans may feel the benefits of this extension with as visiting supporters are located in the lower tier of the Anfield Road Stand. The away end currently has an allocation of 2,000.

Situated on one side of Stanley Park, Kirkdale train station is just under a mile away. But you’re best served going to Liverpool Central and using MerseyTravel’s Soccerbus which runs a direct service to the stadium via Sandhills.

There is the usual array of burgers, hot dogs and pies in food kiosks throughout the ground. Or for a gourmet option, you can visit the ‘Boot Room Sports Café’.

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Manchester City – Etihad Stadium

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Capacity: 55,097

Location: Eastlands, Manchester

Nickname: Citizens

Man City’s average attendance is 46,659 with the 2017-18 average increasing to 54,070 as the club won the Premier League.

Record attendance: 54,693 vs Leicester City in February 2016

Total Goals 832
Goals Per Game 2.92
Home Goals 582
Away Goals 250
% Scored by home team 70%
1st Half Goals 357
2nd Half Goals 475
% 1st Half 42.9%
Inside the box 702
Outside the box 130
% of Goals scored outside the box 15.6%
Percentage of 0-0’s 7%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 62.5%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 18.2%
Top goal-scorer Sergio Aguero – 81
Total red cards 44

The Etihad, formerly known as the City of Manchester Stadium has played host to Manchester City’s home games since 2003.

The stadium was constructed initially for Manchester’s bid for the 2000 Summer Olympics.

Although it was used for the city’s subsequent hosting of the 2002 Commonwealth Games.

The ground is the centre point of SportCity, which includes many other sporting venues such as a cycling velodrome, squash centre and a multi-purpose facility.

The closest railway station to the Etihad Stadium is Ashburys, which is served by Manchester Piccadilly. It’s only a 15-minute walk to the stadium.

Alternatively, if you don’t want the hassle of changing trains, you can walk directly from Manchester Piccadilly, which will take around 25 minutes.

Speaking of the away end, visiting supporters are housed in the south stand with an allocation of 3,000.

However, before their move in 2003 and their subsequent success over the last ten years, City played at Maine Road.  The Moss Side-based stadium had a 35,150 capacity with their Premier League joint-top scorers being Niall Quinn and Uwe Rosler with 20 goals apiece at the former ground.

There was a total of 311 goals scored with a goal per game ratio of 2.59.

Home win %: 34.17%

Away win %: 35%

Manchester United – Old Trafford

manchester united old trafford stadium

Capacity: 75,811

Location: Manchester

Nickname: The Red Devils

United’s average attendance stands at 65,012 however this has significantly increased in 2017-18 to 74,976.

Record attendance: 76,098 v Blackburn Rovers 2007

Total Goals 1407
Goals Per Game 2.81
Home Goals 1071
Away Goals 336
% Scored by home team 76.1%
1st Half Goals 630
2nd Half Goals 777
% 1st Half 44.8%
Inside the box 1,202
Outside the box 205
% of Goals scored outside the box 14.6%
Percentage of 0-0’s 6.4%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 72.6%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 9.8%
Top goal-scorer Wayne Rooney – 101
Total red cards 55

Manchester United’s Old Trafford Stadium is comfortably England’s biggest domestic stadium, only second to Wembley.

Away fans are seated in the adjoining South and East stands with a typical allocation of 3,000.

The closest railway station to Old Trafford on match-days is aptly named ‘Manchester United Football Ground Station’. This is served by Manchester Piccadilly railway station, and the exit is immediately outside the away fan entrance.

The alternative is to get a Metrolink from Manchester Piccadilly. Take the train towards Altrincham and get off at Old Trafford, which is situated right next to Lancashire County Cricket Club on Warwick Road.

Old Trafford Cricket Ground is also just a stone’s throw away.

If you are looking for places to eat and drink you can visit Salford Quays, however, your best bet is to travel into Manchester Piccadilly and head over to the Northern Quarter.

Newcastle United – St.James’ Park

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Capacity: 52,354

Location: Newcastle, England

Nickname: The Magpies

The average attendance at St James’ Park is 46,130 however this season the average has risen to 51,992.

Record attendance: 52,389 V Manchester City 2012

Total Goals 1,220
Goals Per Game 2.77
Home Goals 735
Away Goals 485
% Scored by home team 60.2%
1st Half Goals 560
2nd Half Goals 660
% 1st Half 45.9%
Inside the box 1,025
Outside the box 195
% of Goals scored outside the box 16%
Percentage of 0-0’s 6.3%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 51%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 24.5%
Top goal-scorer Alan Shearer – 97
Total red cards 71

Lying just a fifteen-minute walk (0.6m) from the train station, St James’ Park is the centre-piece of the city in Newcastle. There’s also a regular metro system that runs from the station to the stadium on match-days.

For away fans looking for some tourism then it may be worth venturing to nearby Gateshead to visit the Angel of the North.

Inside the ground, you can get a pie and a pint for £3.60 a piece however due to the stadium’s city-centre location there’s no shortage of restaurants and pubs to visit whether pre or post-match.

Away fans are seated in upper-tier of the Sir John Hall Stand which takes around 3,000 travelling supporters.

Southampton – St. Mary’s Stadium

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Capacity: 32,689

Location: St Mary’s, Southampton

Nickname: The Saints

St Mary’s Stadium has an average attendance of 30,786 however this marginally increased last season with an average of 30,794 as the club survived relegation on the last day of the season.

Record attendance: 32,363 v Cardiff City – April 2012

Total Goals 487
Goals Per Game 2.56
Home Goals 273
Away Goals 214
% Scored by home team 56.1%
1st Half Goals 226
2nd Half Goals 261
% 1st Half 46.4%
Inside the box 416
Outside the box 71
% of Goals scored outside the box 14.6%
Percentage of 0-0’s 10.5%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 39.5%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 28.4%
Top goal-scorer James Beattie – 29
Total red cards 31

St Mary’s Stadium has been the home of Southampton since 2001. The stadium name is a nod to nostalgia when the team were called Southampton St. Mary’s.

The stadium is a complete bowl and there’s also a translucent panel to maximize the amount of light that can get to the grass.

Southampton Central rail station is 1.6miles from the stadium and approximately a 30-minute walk. However, many fans choose to stop at the various pubs that line the city’s Western Esplanade and Above Bar Street.

There’s also the West Quay Shopping Centre and West Quay II, which has many restaurants to cater to your crowd.

However, Southampton FC is probably best known for its former ground The Dell.

The stadium was their home from 1898 until 2001. It was located in Milton Road just off Hill Lane which is now taken up by a heavy student population in the polygon area.

The Dell held 15,271 fans with their Premier League record goal-scorer being Matthew Le Tissier with 56 goals. They were 470 goals scored with a goal per game ratio of 2.66.

Home win %: 44.07%

Away win %: 32.2%

Tottenham Hotspur – Wembley Stadium

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Capacity: 90,000

Location: Wembley, London

Nickname: Spurs, The Lilywhites

Tottenham had an average of 68,052 during their one season playing Wembley Stadium during 2017-18.

Record attendance: 85,512 v Bayer Leverkusen in November 2016

Total Goals 56
Goals Per Game 2.95
Home Goals 40
Away Goals 16
% Scored by home team 71.4%
1st Half Goals 21
2nd Half Goals 35
% 1st Half 37.5%
Inside the box 48
Outside the box 8
% of Goals scored outside the box 14.3%
Percentage of 0-0’s 5.3%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 68.4%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 10.5%
Top goal-scorer Harry Kane – 15
Total red cards 0

This is Tottenham’s one and only season playing their home games at Wembley. They will return to a refurbished and reconstructed White Hart Lane from this coming season (2018-19).

The Lane as many fans call it is situated at one end of Seven Sisters Road. This road is best known for being the link between Spurs and their North London rivals Arsenal.

For National Rail and London Underground services, fans can travel to Tottenham Hale on the Victoria Line and Liverpool Street route. This is commonly a 20-minute walk to the stadium.

Alternative methods can see you travel to Northumberland Park Overground operated by Greater Anglia.

The new stadium will house 61,000 spectators however at this stage away segregation has not been announced.

Tottenham High Road has an array of pubs, restaurants and supermarkets to grab some food and drink before and after the football.

Before the refurb of White Hart Lane, it had been home to Spurs since 1899. Jermain Defoe was top scorer at the old ground with 60 goals with the capacity at 36,284. There were 1,342 goals with a strike every 2.979 per game.

Home win: 52.18%

Away win: 23.1%

Watford – Vicarage Road

watford vicarage road stadium

Capacity: 21,977

Location: Watford, Hertfordshire

Nickname: The Hornets

Watford have an overall average attendance of 19,913 however this went up to 20,231 in the 2017-18 season.

Record attendance: 34,099 v Manchester United – Feb 1969

Total Goals 250
Goals Per Game 2.63
Home Goals 115
Away Goals 135
% Scored by home team 46%
1st Half Goals 112
2nd Half Goals 138
% 1st Half 44.8%
Inside the box 222
Outside the box 28
% of Goals scored outside the box 11.2%
Percentage of 0-0’s 11.6%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 30.5%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 38.9%
Top goal-scorer Troy Deeney – 18
Total red cards 20

The only two-tiered stand in Vicarage Road is the Graham Taylor Stand, which has an interesting design feature of a number of semi-circular arches which are built into the roof. The other three stands are single tier stands and are currently not joined any corner seating.

Away fans visiting Vicarage Road are located in one side of the Vicarage Road Stand, nearest the Sir Elton John Stand, with a typical allocation of around 2,200.

Even though the closest railway station to Vicarage Road is Watford High Street, away fans are much more likely to arrive into Watford Junction railway station, which will take you around 20 minutes to walk.

There is also the option of taking the London Underground to Watford Station, which is then around a 20-minute walk.

A pie and pint will come in at £6.80 at Vicarage Road.

West Ham United – London Stadium

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Capacity: 60,000

Location: Stratford, East London

Nickname: The Hammers, The Irons

West Ham have an overall average attendance of 56, 928 at the London Stadium. The attendance decreased slightly in the 2017-18 campaign to 56,885.

Record attendance: 56,985 v Sunderland – 2016

Total Goals 100
Goals Per Game 2.63
Home Goals 43
Away Goals 57
% Scored by home team 43%
1st Half Goals 40
2nd Half Goals 60
% 1st Half 40%
Inside the box 82
Outside the box 18
% of Goals scored outside the box 18%
Percentage of 0-0’s 7.9%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 36.8%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 36.8%
Top goal-scorer Manuel Lanzini – 8
Total red cards 3

This is the second campaign that West Ham have played their football at the London Stadium. The club took over the tenancy of the former Olympic venue in 2016 to preserve the London 2012 ‘legacy’.

Away fans can easily access the stadium from Stratford underground (Central, Jubilee and DLR Lines) which also has national and International rail services.

Alternatively, you may choose to use Hackney Wick station, a mile from the ground.

This is often a tourist hot-spot in London due to its Westfield Shopping Centre – Europe’s largest shopping centre. So there is no shortage of eateries and places to drink before a game.

Travelling fans are sat on one side of the South Stand, nearest the West Stand that takes a typical allocation of 2,800.

Wolverhampton Wanderers – Molineux

wolverhampton wanderers moluneux stadium

Capacity: 31,700

Location: Wolverhampton, West Midlands

Nickname: The Wanderers, Wolves

The average attendance at Molineux is 27,652

Record attendance: 61,315 v Liverpool – 1931

Total Goals 215
Goals Per Game 2.83
Home Goals 85
Away Goals 130
% Scored by home team 39.5%
1st Half Goals 99
2nd Half Goals 116
% 1st Half 46%
Inside the box 175
Outside the box 40
% of Goals scored outside the box 18.6%
Percentage of 0-0’s 6.6%
Home/Away win ratio: Home Win 30.3%
Home/Away win ratio: Away Win 46.1%
Top goal-scorer Steven Fletcher – 11
Total red cards 8

Molineux is dominated by the modern Stan Cullis Stand which was opened in 2012.

Away fans visiting the ground are housed in the lower tier of the Steve Bull Stand with a typical allocation of 2,750.

However, smaller followings are housed on one side of the Stan Cullis, allocating of around 1,600.

Wolverhampton railway station is just under a mile away and should take around 15 minutes to walk.

Travelling supporters can walk through the city centre and shopping quarter where there’s plenty of pubs and restaurants. There is the normally fan neutral ‘The Moon Under Water’ Wetherspoons ten minutes from the stadium.

However, you can grab a pie and a pint from £6.60 in the ground.

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Richard Marsh

Richard loves his sport, especially if it involves the sound of tyres screaming around a race track. He's not fussy though and his '90s Premier League nostalgia and knowledge of team nicknames is tough to match.