Largest Stadiums in London, UK
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  Overview

Which is the largest stadium in London, England?
The largest stadium in London is Wembley Stadium with a maximum seating capacity of 90,000 spectators.The seating capacities of the stadiums in London range from capacities of 5,850 spectators to 90,000 spectators, with the average stadium being able to host around 27,985.6 spectators.

 Compare Wembley Stadium with Queen's Club Centre Court


  Top 25 ranks, by capacity in descending order ( rank and segment full dataset - 285 items )

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Most recent and oldest stadiums in London, England
The most recently opened stadiums in UK are Brentford Community Stadium and New Plough Lane in 2020.The oldest stadium in UK is Lord's Cricket Ground which opened in 1814.The average building ages of the stadiums in UK is 68.5 years old, with the oldest being 208 years old.


Let's check out some of these largest stadiums in London.

Wembley Stadium.

Wembley Stadium is the largest stadium by capacity in the United Kingdom.

Located in London, England, UK, Wembley Stadium is a stadium which can accommodate up to 90,000 spectators. Wembley Stadium was opened in the year 2007 (15 years of age).

The stadium hosts sports events for association football, rugby league, rugby union, american football, boxing. Wembley Stadium is home to teams such as England national football team

 

 Compare Wembley Stadium with Victoria Road (Port Talbot) from Port Talbot.

 Compare Wembley Stadium with The Hawthorns from West Bromwich.


Twickenham Stadium.

Twickenham Stadium is the 2nd largest stadium by capacity in the United Kingdom.

Twickenham Stadium is a stadium that can seat up to 82,000 spectators. Located in London, England, UK, Twickenham Stadium was opened in the year 1909 (113 years of age).

The stadium hosts sports events for rugby union, american football. Twickenham Stadium is home to teams such as England national rugby union team

 

 Compare Twickenham Stadium with Barnet Copthall from London.

 Compare Twickenham Stadium with University Of Bolton Stadium from Bolton.


London Stadium.

London Stadium is the 3rd largest stadium by capacity in London, England.

London Stadium is a stadium in London, England, UK, which can house a full seating capacity of 62,500 spectators. London Stadium was opened in the year 2012 (10 years of age).

Home to teams such as West Ham United F.C., British Athletics, the stadium hosts events for sports such as association football, athletics, rugby league, rugby union, baseball, 2012 summer olympics, 2012 summer paralympics.

 

 Compare London Stadium with Sardis Road from Pontypridd.

 Compare London Stadium with Craven Park from Kingston Upon Hull.


Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Opened in 2019, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is a 3-year-old stadium, with a maximum capacity of 62,303 spectators. It is located in London, England, UK.

The stadium is home to Tottenham Hotspur F.C. and is a venue for sports such as association football, american football, boxing, rugby union.

 

 Compare Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with New Bucks Head from Telford.

 Compare Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with The Hawthorns from West Bromwich.


Emirates Stadium.

Opened in 2006, Emirates Stadium is a 16-year-old stadium, with a maximum capacity of 60,260 spectators. It is located in London, England, UK.

The stadium hosts sports events for association football. Emirates Stadium is home to teams such as Arsenal F.C.

 

 Compare Emirates Stadium with Molineux Stadium from Wolverhampton.

 Compare Emirates Stadium with Sophia Gardens from Cardiff.


Stamford Bridge.

Stamford Bridge is a stadium located in London, England, UK. Opened in the year 1877, Stamford Bridge's building age is 145 years and has a seating capacity of up to 41,841 spectators.

The stadium is home to Chelsea F.C. and is a venue for sports such as association football.

 

 Compare Stamford Bridge with Adams Park from High Wycombe.

 Compare Stamford Bridge with Hertinfordbury Park from Hertford.


Lord's Cricket Ground.

Lord's Cricket Ground is a stadium that can seat up to 28,000 spectators. Located in London, England, UK, Lord's Cricket Ground was opened in the year 1814 (208 years of age).

Home of Marylebone Cricket Club, Middlesex County Cricket Club, the stadium is a venue for sports events such as cricket.

 

 Compare Lord's Cricket Ground with City Ground from Nottingham.

 Compare Lord's Cricket Ground with County Cricket Ground from Derby.


Largest Sports Venues    United Kingdom   |   England   |   Northern Ireland   |   Scotland   |   Wales   |   London   |   Belfast   |   Birmingham   |   Glasgow   |   Manchester
Largest Outdoor Stadiums   United Kingdom   |   England   |   Northern Ireland   |   Scotland   |   Wales   |   London   |   Belfast   |   Glasgow   |   Manchester
Largest Indoor Arenas   United Kingdom   |   England
Largest Venues By Sport   Soccer   |   Rugby   |   American Football    |   Cricket Grounds


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