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Best Ground In English Football? (Group Stage)

Which Is The Best Ground In English Football?  

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  1. 1. Group A - Which Is The Best Ground From The Below Options?

    • Old Trafford (Manchester United)
    • Bramall Lane (Sheffield United)
    • St. Mary's Stadium (Southampton)
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    • The Hawthornes (West Bromwich Albion)
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    • Selhurst Park (Crystal Palace)
    • Dean Court (Bournemouth)
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  2. 2. Group B - Which Is The Best Ground From The Below Options?

    • Emirates Stadium (Arsenal)
    • Cardiff City Stadium (Cardiff City)
    • Ricoh Arena (Coventry City)
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    • Ashton Gate (Bristol City)
    • Craven Cottage (Fulham)
    • New Den Stadium (Millwall)
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  3. 3. Group C - Which Is The Best Ground From The Below Options?

    • London Stadium (West Ham United)
    • Pride Park Stadium (Derby County)
    • King Power Stadium (Leicester City)
    • The Valley (Charlton Athletic)
    • KC Stadium (Hull City)
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    • Loftus Road (QPR)
  4. 4. Group D - Which Is The Best Ground From The Below Options?

    • Etihad Stadium (Manchester City)
    • Riverside Stadium (Middlesbrough)
    • Molineux (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
    • Carrow Road (Norwich City)
    • Valley Parade (Bradford City)
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    • Liberty Stadium (Swansea)
  5. 5. Group E - Which Is The Best Ground From The Below Options?

    • Anfield (Liverpool)
    • Elland Road (Leeds United)
    • Ewood Park (Blackburn Rovers)
    • Bet365 Stadium (Stoke City)
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    • DW Stadium (Wigan Athletic)
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    • Vicarage Road (Watford)
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  6. 6. Group F - Which Is The Best Ground From The Below Options?

    • St. James' Park (Newcastle United)
    • Hillsborough Stadium (Sheffield Wednesday)
    • Amex Stadium (Brighton & Hove Albion)
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    • Macron Stadium (Bolton Wanderers)
    • Galpharm Stadium (Huddersfield)
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    • Fratton Park (Portsmouth)
  7. 7. Group G - Which Is The Best Ground From The Below Options?

    • Stadium Of Light (Sunderland)
    • Goodison Park (Everton)
    • City Ground (Nottingham Forest)
    • St Andrew's (Birmingham City)
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    • Madejski Stadium (Reading)
    • Turf Moor (Burnley)
  8. 8. Group H - Which Is The Best Ground From The Below Options?

    • Villa Park (Aston Villa)
    • Stamford Bridge (Chelsea)
    • Stadium:mk (Milton Keynes Dons)
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    • Portman Road (Ipswich Town)
    • Deepdale (Preston North End)
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    • Oakwell (Barnsley)
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Inspired by Richard Osman's "The World Cup Of Everything"

The first World Cup will be to find the best ground in English football. Vote for your favourite from each group, the winner of each poll will go into the next round, like a world cup, until we have a winner. The groups have been seeded based on capacity.

Feel free to discuss, debate and offer your opinion.

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haha this is gonna be quality. 

Richard Osman's version on Twitter gets a ridiculously good amount of attention and votes .

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I will vote Villa Park all the way here. I think it's a fantastic ground. It's got everything I'd want.

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In a few groups I've only been to one of the stadiums out of the options available so I could only choose that one.

The question is about the best stadium and has no requisites like atmosphere which is why The Emirates has been selected as one of my options to vote. The stadium has all the facilities needed and is a great venue although soulless like a few of the others. 

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2 minutes ago, SirBalon said:

In a few groups I've only been to one of the stadiums out of the options available so I could only choose that one.

The question is about the best stadium and has no requisites like atmosphere which is why The Enirates has been selected as one of my options to vote. The stadium has all the facilities needed and is a great venue although soulless like a few of the others. 

this for me. I've not been to many stadia in the lists/options so I've gone for aesthetic quality and how the stadium looks for the most part. 

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Always loved the traditional stadiums, hate that we are losing them :(  ..great stadiums like Maine Road, Boleyn Ground, Highbury, Burnden Park etc etc, these new modern stadiums are just not the same, hope Everton keep there subbuteo stadium and Old Trafford looked better after the Germans re-decorated it tbh, now it's just a vile place that stinks like the sewers!

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1 minute ago, Happy Blue said:

Always loved the traditional stadiums, hate that we are losing them :(  ..great stadiums like Maine Road, Boleyn Ground, Highbury, Burnden Park etc etc, these new modern stadiums are just not the same, hope Everton keep there subbuteo stadium and Old Trafford looked better after the Germans re-decorated it tbh, now it's just a vile place that stinks like the sewers!

very unlikely considering they've just been given the green light to build on Bramley Moore docks. 

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3 minutes ago, Stan said:

very unlikely considering they've just been given the green light to build on Bramley Moore docks. 

It's a sad state of affairs!  ..maybe if they go down they wont build it :ph34r:

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Just now, Happy Blue said:

It's a sad state of affairs!  ..maybe if they go down they wont build it :ph34r:

looks like the'yre not gonna build it then!

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A few groups looking tight as a ukippers arse 6 votes in.

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Villa Park is class yeah.

I like Goodison too and obviously there's a bit of bias towards SJP.

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would genuinely have voted for Loftus Road if KP Stadium wasn't in the same batch. 

Went there a few seasons ago while I was at uni. Loved the closeness of the stand to the pitch and the proper old-school feel/look about it. It was falling to pieces but the atmosphere, due to home and away fans being so close to each other, was superb. Very much enjoyed having the whole stand behind the goal to ourselves, too. 

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2 hours ago, Stan said:

would genuinely have voted for Loftus Road if KP Stadium wasn't in the same batch. 

Went there a few seasons ago while I was at uni. Loved the closeness of the stand to the pitch and the proper old-school feel/look about it. It was falling to pieces but the atmosphere, due to home and away fans being so close to each other, was superb. Very much enjoyed having the whole stand behind the goal to ourselves, too. 

West London in general has good football stadiums 

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4 hours ago, Stan said:

would genuinely have voted for Loftus Road if KP Stadium wasn't in the same batch. 

Went there a few seasons ago while I was at uni. Loved the closeness of the stand to the pitch and the proper old-school feel/look about it. It was falling to pieces but the atmosphere, due to home and away fans being so close to each other, was superb. Very much enjoyed having the whole stand behind the goal to ourselves, too. 

This. QPR is a great place to be when there's an atmosphere from both sets of fans. 

Only voted on places I've been, so ended up plumping for Ewood in one group xD

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Loftus Road is shit - one of the worst away ends.

This doesn't work because the majority of people on this forum have been to very few stadiums. 

 

Just noticed I've been to every single one of these, so in fact just let me vote and I'll tell you which is best 

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1 hour ago, Danny said:

West London in general has good football stadiums 

true. Fulham, QPR, Chelsea are all brilliant in their own way.

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I'm content knowing 6 of the 8 I voted for are leading their respective group. Hardest one for me was choosing between St James Park and Hillsborough.

Had to go for Hillsborough purely because the atmosphere has been better than what I've experienced at St James Park.

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Fascinating to see so many dumps win votes and a general rebellion against all new builds.

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2 hours ago, Stan said:

true. Fulham, QPR, Chelsea are all brilliant in their own way.

Fuck you mother fucker 

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never been to any so not voting.. Im curious to see which one will win among you british twats  :ph34r:

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46 minutes ago, Anton said:

Only been to like two of those so I won't participate! 

Vote you boring prick, I've only been to 7

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The only difference between going and seeing it on tv is that when you go you realise most grounds are run down shit tips in dreadful locations :ph34r:

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Bumping in the hope of more votes because we have a couple of groups tied.

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