Welcome to Away Grounds

Welcome to Away Grounds – your independent guide to football grounds in the UK.

Nothing beats following your team away from home – there’s no “plastic” fans in the away end of most grounds on a Saturday afternoon, the travelling, finding a pub, the commaradarie, the banter with the home fans – it’s all part of the away day experience.

But it helps to do a little research first before you go – Where’s the best place to park? Just how the hell do we get off this ring road? Is it really safe to go in that pub wearing colours? What’s the best Ground? Who has the best fans?

All of these questions and more will be answered here at Away Grounds – we’ve reviewed all 92 league club grounds, and provided you with a the lowdown on each one. So whether you’re planning a trip to Old Trafford or Prenton Park, The Hawthorns or Home Park, you’ll be armed with all the knowledge you need to enjoy your away day. Best of all, you can add your own reviews to Away Grounds, helping other fans have even better away days!

Premiership Grounds

premiership groundsArsenal – Emirates Stadium
Aston Villa – Villa Park
Cardiff City – Cardiff City Stadium
Chelsea – Stamford Bridge
Crystal Palace – Selhurst Park
Everton – Goodison Park
Fulham – Craven Cottage
Hull City – KC Stadium
Liverpool – Anfield
Manchester City – Etihad Stadium

premiership groundsManchester United – Old Trafford
Newcastle United – St James Park
Norwich City – Carrow Road
Southampton – St Marys Stadium
Stoke City – Britannia Stadium
Sunderland – Stadium of Light
Swansea City – The Liberty Stadium
Tottenham Hotspur – White Hart Lane
West Bromwich Albion – The Hawthorns
West Ham United – Boleyn Ground (Upton Park)

Championship Grounds

elland road leedsBarnsley – Oakwell
Birmingham City – St Andrews
Blackburn Rovers – Ewood Park
Blackpool – Bloomfield Road
Bolton Wanderers – The Reebok Stadium
AFC Bournemouth – Dean Court
Brighton & Hove Albion – Amex Stadium
Burnley – Turf Moor
Charlton Athletic – The Valley
Derby County – Pride Park
Doncaster Rovers – The Keepmoat Stadium

walkers stadiumHuddersfield Town – Galpharm Stadium
Ipswich Town – Portman Road
Leicester City – King Power Stadium
Middlesbrough – Riverside Stadium
Leeds United – Elland Road
Millwall – The New Den
Nottingham Forest – The City Ground
Queens Park Rangers – Loftus Road
Reading – Madejski Stadium
Sheffield Wednesday – Hillsborough
Watford – Vicarage Road
Wigan Athletic – DW Stadium
Yeovil Town – Huish Park

League One Grounds

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Bradford City – Coral Windows Stadium (Valley Parade)
Brentford – Griffin Park
Bristol City – Ashton Gate
Carlisle United – Brunton Park
Colchester Utd – Weston Homes Community Stadium
Coventry City – The Ricoh Arena
Crawley Town – Broadfield Stadium
Crewe Alexandra – Alexandra Stadium (Gresty Road)
Gillingham – Priestfield Stadium
Leyton Orient – Matchroom Stadium

deepdaleMilton Keynes Dons – Stadium MK
Notts County – Meadow Lane
Oldham Athletic – Boundary Park
Peterborough United – London Road
Port Vale – Vale Park
Preston North End – Deepdale
Rotherham United – New York Stadium
Sheffield United – Bramall Lane
Shrewsbury Town – Prostar Stadium
Stevenage – Lamex Stadium (Broadhall Way)
Swindon Town – County Ground
Tranmere Rovers – Prenton Park
Walsall – Banks’s Stadium (Bescot Stadium)
Wolverhampton Wanderers – Molineux

League Two Grounds

home parkAccrington Stanley – Fraser Eagle Stadium
AFC Wimbledon – Kingsmeadow
Bristol Rovers – Memorial Stadium
Burton Albion – Pirelli Stadium
Bury – Gigg Lane
Cheltenham Town – Whaddon Road
Chesterfield – PROACT Stadium
Dagenham and Redbridge – Victoria Road
Exeter City – St James Park
Fleetwood Town – Highbury Stadium
Hartlepool United – Victoria Park

whaddon roadMansfield Town – Field Mill
Morecambe – Globe Arena
Newport County – Rodney Parade
Northampton Town – Sixfields
Oxford United – Kassam Stadium
Plymouth Argyle – Home Park
Portsmouth – Fratton Park
Rochdale – Spotland
Scunthorpe United – Glanford Park
Southend United – Roots Hall
Torquay United – Plainmoor
Wycombe Wanderers – Causeway Stadium (Adams Park)
York City – Bootham Crescent

Old/Other Grounds

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Brighton – Withdean Stadium
Cardiff City – Ninian Park
Chesterfield – Recreation Ground (Saltergate)
Darlington – Darlington Arena
Grimsby Town – Blundell Park
Hereford United – Edgar Street
Macclesfield Town – Moss Rose
Millennium Stadium
Morecambe – Christie Park
Wembley Stadium
Lincoln City – Sincil Bank
Stockport County – Edgeley Park
Rotherham United – Don Valley Stadium