Top 20 EPL Stadia Ranked From Worst To Best. No.1 Will Shock You

Top 20 EPL Stadia Ranked From Worst To Best.  No.1 Will Shock You

A Stadium is a place where dreams are made. It is the stage for drama, tears, joy, and suspense.

In this article, we have ranked the English Premier League stadiums from worst using criteria like
atmosphere, location, facilities, food, view, and security. Information Guide Nigeria

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20) Selhurst Park (Crystal

19) Turf Moor (Burnley)
18) Vicarage Road
17) London Stadium
(West Ham)
16) Brentford Community
Stadium (Brentford)
15) Carrow Road
(Norwich City)
14) Goodison Park
(Everton F.C.)
13) Molineux
12) Elland Road (Leeds
11) The King Power
Stadium (Leicester City)

10) St. Mary’s( Southampton)

9) Stamford Bridge
(Chelsea F.C.)

 AMEX Stadium
(Brighton & Hove Albion)
7) Villa Park (Aston Villa)
6) Anfield (Liverpool F.C.)
5) Etihad Stadium
(Manchester City)
4) St. James Park
(Newcastle United)
3) Old Trafford
(Manchester United)
2) Emirates Stadium
(Arsenal F.C.)
1) Tottenham Hotspur
Stadium (Tottenham) JAMB Result

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Emediong Ekpe

Emediong Ekpe is a graduate of English. A professional Sports journalist/analyst, and a spoken word artist. He is passionate about decimating information and putting smiles on people's faces via news writing.

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