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Chelsea - Stamford Bridge
Originally opened in 1877 for the London Athletics Club, Stamford Bridge is the only home ground in the history of Chelsea FC...
Arsenal - Emirates Stadium
Located in Ashburton Grove, Holloway, this is the second largest stadium in the Barclays Premier League...
Aston Villa - Villa Park
The home of Aston Villa since 1897, Villa Park is a UEFA four-star rated stadium...
Everton - Goodison Park
Built in 1892, Goodison Park was one of the first purpose-built football stadiums in England...
Fulham - Craven Cottage
Also situated in Fulham, Craven Cottage is the closest stadium to Stamford Bridge...
Liverpool - Anfield
First played at in 1884, Anfield was originally the home of Everton before Liverpool was founded in 1892...
Manchester Utd - Old Trafford
The permanent residence of Manchester United since 1910, Old Trafford is the largest stadium in the Barclays Premier League.
Manchester City - Etihad Stadium
Originally built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games, the Etihad Stadium became the replacement for Maine Road...
Newcastle Utd - St James' Park
The home of Newcastle since 1892, St James' Park is the third largest stadium in the Barclays Premier League...
Norwich City - Carrow Road
Norwich City moved to Carrow Road in 1935 from their previous ground, which was called The Nest...
Reading - Madejski Stadium
Reading moved to Madejski Stadium, on the edge of the town near the M4 motorway, in 1998...
Queens Park Rangers - Loftus Road
Loftus Road was first home to Queens Park Rangers in 1917. Before that it hosted local side Shepherd's Bush FC...
Southampton - St. Mary's Stadium
Southampton moved to St. Mary's Stadium in 2001 having been at their previous stadium, the tightly enclosed The Dell for 103 years...
Stoke City - The Britannia Stadium
Stoke City moved from the Victoria Ground in 1997, the Britannia Stadium has a statue in memory of Sir Stanley Matthews outside...
Sunderland - The Stadium of Light
Opened in 1997, the Stadium of Light is the fourth largest stadium in the Barclays Premier League...
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