Select From The Stadiums Below
What a life this football ground has had. Fires, floods, sell-out crowds and reduced capacities. This is the largest ground in England not to be an all-seater venue, and it's a Cumbrian landmark that any devoted football fan needs to come and check out...
Colchester Community Stadium
Getting here by any method other than car is not easy, but once you've arrived at this football ground, there really isn't anything you can fault about its layout...
A nice little ground that's well packed in close to the edge of Crawley. Broadfield Stadium certainly isn't the largest you will come across, but it's perfectly adequate for the professional game...
There are nicely balanced football grounds, and then there is Gresty Road.
Three of the stands here are reasonably-sized and feel right being next to one another. The fourth stand, not so much...
Don’t let its infamous away end deter you from visiting, Priestfield Stadium has stood the test of the time to remain a ground perfectly adequate for professional football...
Blundell Park admittedly does show its age in some parts, but there is a very nice charm to the place and the passionate Mariners crowd can make a matchday here a very enjoyable experience...
This is a place that looks noticeably different to what it did not too long ago, but the necessary changes have made this place a nice football ground that offers a little bit of everything...
Well-placed for those coming by rail and suited to those who have a preference towards either standing or seating. Victoria Park is certainly not the largest of the football grounds in the northeast, but it’s a place well worth checking out...
If you're in one of the stands on the sides of the pitch, Rodney Parade provides a perfectly fine matchday experience. If you're in one of the stands behind the goals, it's a different story...
The design of the new-look Moor Lane is very nice and modern, but its interior does have a temporary feel about it. It would not surprise me if the stadium's tenants have plans to further expand their long-term home again in the future.,,
Possessing a fairly simple but very practical layout, what Broadhall Way perhaps lacks in size, it makes up for in providing a clear view that you really cannot complain about...
One of Cheshire’s oldest football stadiums, and one that has undergone quite a life so far. Edgeley Park may not carry the aesthetics of modern football grounds, but that’s what helps to make it so special and unique...
Likely to be one of your simplest trips all season, this is a stadium that has several unique features and offers a different experience on every one of its four sides...
Five or so miles away on the other side of the River Mersey are two of the most well-known stadiums in Europe.
Prenton Park however is another Merseyside football ground that is as impressive in areas and deserves a similar amount of attention, particularly for the passionate fanbase that turn out in numbers for every game there...
Chances are, if you've been on an away day and headed either up or down the M6, you will have passed the Bescot Stadium. This ground however should not be viewed as just a landmark on your way to somewhere else...