Which stadium has the best atmosphere?

Best Atmosphere

Which football ground has the best atmosphere? It's the age old question debated in pubs up and down the country (and argued a lot on social media too). Well, luckily our friends over at footballgroundmap.com have settled the argument, after surveying their 150,000 registered users over the last decade. The results you see below are up-to-date as votes are cast through their stadium review system. Below you'll find the best atmosphere in the 92 Club as a whole, as well as the individual results for all 4 divisions.

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Best Atmosphere in the 92 Club


Best Atmosphere in the Premier League


Best Atmosphere in the Championship


Best Atmosphere in League 1


Best Atmosphere in League 2


Data supplied by our friends at footballgroundmap.com.

  • AFC Wimbledon's Kingsmeadow is the smallest ground in the 92 Club with a capacity of 4,850
  • The longest trip in the 92 Club is Plymouth to Newcastle - a 668 mile round trip
  • The most visited ground out of the 92 is Old Trafford
  • Stadium:MK has the worst atmosphere in the 92 Club
  • Old Trafford has the largest capacity of any club ground in England - 75,811
  • Salford City fans have been to the most grounds, averaging 49/92
  • The shortest trip in the 92 Club is Everton to Liverpool - a 1.19 mile round trip
  • Plymouth Argyle fans have to travel the most to join the 92 Club - 37,416 miles
  • Burton Albion fans travel the shortest distance to join the 92 Club - "only" 15,135 miles
  • Sheffield United's Bramall Lane if the oldest professional football stadium in the world
  • Manchester United fans have been to the least grounds, averaging just 13/92
  • For a very short period in the late 1980s, the 92 Club was actually the 93 Club
  • Bramall Lane has been voted as having the best atmosphere in the 92 Club
  • The least visited ground in the 92 Club is Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
  • The 92 Club is actually the 90 Club this season, due to Coventry groundsharing and Bury folding