The Best Premier League Stadiums – According to Trip Advisor

best premier league stadium
Never mind the best team. We can argue over that all day. We wanted to know who has the best stadium so we turned our attention to Trip Advisor to find out.


The Premier League is back. And so too is all the debate about whose name will be on the trophy come the end of the season.

There’s enough people arguing about the best team already. So we decided to take a look at the best Premier League Stadiums in England. And, no offence, but there’s little point asking you lot (or any football fan) because we’ve all got biased opinions. So, given the majority of us depend on online reviews to make decisions, according to recent statistics, we based our take entirely on online reviews on Trip Advisor.

We pulled out ratings and total number of reviews for each Premier League ground. Tripadvisor rounds to the nearest half star and many stadiums had the same rating. So, after the star rating, we organised by number of reviews. 

So without further ado, here’s what we found.

The Best Premier League Ground in England in 2023 is…

Villa Park!

Aston Villa’s home ground is one of only two stadiums in the country that has a 5 star rating on Tripadvisor. 

The other is Fulham’s Craven Cottage. But with 1,540 reviews for Villa Park against Craven Cottage’s 859, the prize goes to Villa.

The Worst Premier League Ground in the Country is…

We’re sad to say, it’s Luton Town’s Kenilworth Road. We love the quirkiness of the ground and honestly, let’s give them a break! They’re only just Premier League!

Kenilworth Road scored 3.5 out of 5 across its 92 reviews. It was the only Premier League ground that scored under 4.

Full Rankings: Best Premier League Grounds

RankingTeamGroundAverage RatingReviews
1Aston VillaVilla Park51540
2FulhamCraven Cottage5859
4Man UnitedOld Trafford4.56561
5Man CityThe Etihad Stadium also known as The City of Manchester Stadium4.55180
6ArsenalEmirates Stadium4.51974
7NewcastleSt James’ Park4.51829
8EvertonGoodison Park4.5976
9TottenhamTottenham Hotspur Stadium4.5835
10BrightonFalmer Stadium, known for sponsorship purposes as the American Express Stadium4.5605
11ChelseaStamford Bridge4.5316
12Sheffield UnitedBramall Lane4.5190
13BrentfordGriffin Park. The Brentford Community Stadium currently known for sponsorship reasons as the Gtech Community Stadium4.5122
14Nottm ForestThe City Ground4.5120
15WolvesMolineux Stadium4.5112
16West HamQueen Elizabeth Olympic Park41784
17Crystal PalaceSelhurst Park4189
18BournemouthDean Court, currently known as the Vitality Stadium for sponsorship purposes474
19BurnleyTurf Moor456
20Luton TownKenilworth Road3.592


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