English Stadiums Stamford Bridge,Anfield,Emirates Stadium .
Stamford Bridge The Stamford Bridge is a football stadium that is located in Hammersmith and Fulham, in London, England, and is the stadium of Chelsea Football Club. The stadium is located in Walham Green and elements llaman The Bridge as by the followers of the club. The stadium capacity is about 41,841 spectators, making it the eighth largest stadium with a capacity of the Premier League and the third largest with a capacity of London, just behind the fear of Wembley Stadium and the Emirates Stadium.
Manchester City Football Club is an English Premier League football club who play at the City of Manchester Stadium . Founded in 1880 Manchester City
Wembley Stadium Is a football stadium located in Wembley Park, in the Borough of Brent, London, England.
EMIRATES STADIUM The Emirates Stadium is the third largest football stadium in England, after the legendary Old Trafford and Wembley ultramodern, and therefore the second largest in London. The Emirates is located in north London, in the suburb of Ashburton Grove, close to Highbury Stadium. Opened in the summer of 2006 in a friendly match Arsenal Football Club - Ajax Amsterdam as a tribute to the Dutchman Dennis Bergkamp. It was created as Arsenal's new stadium to replace the old Highbury, which has now built a residential complex, while respecting the exterior facade and green areas of the field.
Since then the stadium has been the home of Liverpool Football Club team from the output of Everton FC Anfield . It is an elite class stadium as the UEFA criteria, and has hosted numerous international matches at the professional level, including meetings of the English football team. The building also was used during Euro 1996 . Liverpool F.C