The Premier League is home to some of the top teams in the world of football and Old Trafford capacity some of the most prestigious stadiums, too.
With the majority of clubs have millions of fans across the world Tickets sales aren’t an issue for top-flight teams that have fans eager to support their team live.
This has led to some Premier League venues have grown over time, but smaller stadiums being much less frequent.
The 2022-23 season is expected to offer an unique selection of stadiums with an array of sizes.
The Premier League’s largest venue this year?
Old Trafford, the home of Manchester United, once again reigns supreme as the largest arena within the Premier League for the 2022-23 season. The old stadium has a capacity of 74,310 and was opened in 1910.
The Red Devils’ stadium has undergone major improvements over the last century. This included the addition of a new stadium in which added an additional 8,000 seats.
Due to its old age, the club is considering alternatives for redevelopment, with a total demolition being one of them, however it is considered to be the least likely option as per the Guardian.
Two stadiums that are much more modern that are Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and West Ham’s London Stadium boast the second highest capacity, each stadium hosting over 62,000 spectators..
The Premier League’s smallest arena this season?
As the Premier League’s largest clubs try to manage over 50,000 supporters each week, other teams struggle to accommodate only about one-fifth of the.
The current campaign, Bournemouth is home to one of the most tiny football stadium with Vitality Stadium, or Dean Court, able to only accommodate 11,364 people.
Similar to Old Trafford, the venue was opened for the first time in 1910, and then completely renovated in 2001.
Bournemouth has previously contemplated adding a stand to the Vitality Stadium, which would have added more than 3000 seats, however because they don’t have the stadium to themselves, the idea was rejected by local authorities.
In the year 2018 the club identified the possibility of the construction of a new stadium, which they had hoped to construct by 2021 . However, financial worries and the COVID-19 virus appear to have put off the plans.
Premier League stadium names and capacities for every club in 2022-23
|Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
|St James’ Park
|St Mary’s Stadium
|King Power Stadium
|Brighton & Hove Albion
|Gtech Community Stadium