The most controversial stadium atmosphere in the EPL ranked

20 Premier League stadiums have been ranked according to their atmosphere. Everyone knows that the Premier League has some of the loudest fans in the world.

England is home to some of the world’s most famous football stadiums, including Anfield, Old Trafford, and Emirates Stadium. In a recent study conducted by The Athletic, all 20 Premier League grounds have been ranked based on their atmosphere.

Merseyside clubs Liverpool and Everton’s respective stadiums top the list, while Crystal Palace’s Selhurst Park completes the top three.

Over the decades, many former players and coaches have praised the atmosphere at Anfield as one of the best in world football. Legendary Manchester United coach Sir Alex Ferguson once said: “Anfield. Electricity.

“It’s a great atmosphere. You have to expect this atmosphere even if you lose. Patrick Vieira, the former Arsenal player, said: “Liverpool for me is the best atmosphere I have ever experienced in my life.

“You know, when they start singing ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’, they make it really special for the players, but it creates a bubble and creates unity between the fans and the players.

Here’s the full list of the best atmospheres in the Premier League.


1. Anfield-Liverpool 1.

2. Goodison Park-Everton

3. Selhurst Park, Crystal Palace

4. St. Park James, Newcastle United

5. Old Trafford – Manchester United

6. Villa Parc – Aston Villa

7. Bramall Road – Sheffield United

8. Kenilworth Road – Ville de Luton

9. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Tottenham Hotspur

10. Molineux – Wolverhampton wanderer

11. City Ground – Nottingham Forest

12. Emirates Stadium – Arsenal

13. Stamford Bridge-Chelsea

14. Etihad Stadium – Manchester City

15. Gtech Community Stadium – Brentford

16. London Stadium – West Ham United

17. Turf Moor – Burnley

18. Craven Cottage – Fulham

19. Amex Stadium – Brighton and Hove Albion

20. Vitality Stadium – Bournemouth

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