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Premier League teams ranked by stadium capacity in the 2019/20 season
Premier League stadium capacities 2019/20
Old Trafford, home to Manchester United, is the biggest stadium in the league, with a capacity of 74,879. It is the second-largest football stadium in the United Kingdom, behind only the national stadium, Wembley, which has a capacity of 90,000. As well as having the biggest stadium in the league, the Red Devils also boast the highest attendance as they are able to sell out Old Trafford for the majority of their home league games. Despite some turmoil off the pitch since the retirement of long-standing manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, in 2013, fans still come in their thousands to see one of the most famous teams in world soccer play live. Manchester United’s average attendance has been unwaveringly high in the last decade and looks unlikely to change any time soon, regardless of what happens on and off the pitch.

Tottenham’s new home

After many delays and problems, Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium finally hosted its first Premier League game on 3rd April 2019, some seven months after the planned opening. The new stadium replaced the club’s old home, White Hart Lane and, with a capacity of over 62 thousand, it is the second biggest stadium in the Premier League and the largest club stadium in London. Backed by wealthy chairman, Daniel Levy, Spurs’ revenue has almost doubled since 2013 and the club’s brand value is higher than ever. With a new stadium to call home, it seems that Tottenham Hotspur are going from strength to strength. Will they be able to match this success on the pitch?
Premier League teams ranked by stadium capacity in the 2019/20 season
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Source

Release date

August 2019

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

2019/20

Supplementary notes

The capacity for Manchester United's Old Trafford was taken from this source.

Premier League stadium capacities 2019/20
Old Trafford, home to Manchester United, is the biggest stadium in the league, with a capacity of 74,879. It is the second-largest football stadium in the United Kingdom, behind only the national stadium, Wembley, which has a capacity of 90,000. As well as having the biggest stadium in the league, the Red Devils also boast the highest attendance as they are able to sell out Old Trafford for the majority of their home league games. Despite some turmoil off the pitch since the retirement of long-standing manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, in 2013, fans still come in their thousands to see one of the most famous teams in world soccer play live. Manchester United’s average attendance has been unwaveringly high in the last decade and looks unlikely to change any time soon, regardless of what happens on and off the pitch.

Tottenham’s new home

After many delays and problems, Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium finally hosted its first Premier League game on 3rd April 2019, some seven months after the planned opening. The new stadium replaced the club’s old home, White Hart Lane and, with a capacity of over 62 thousand, it is the second biggest stadium in the Premier League and the largest club stadium in London. Backed by wealthy chairman, Daniel Levy, Spurs’ revenue has almost doubled since 2013 and the club’s brand value is higher than ever. With a new stadium to call home, it seems that Tottenham Hotspur are going from strength to strength. Will they be able to match this success on the pitch?
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