Premier League Stadiums Introduction

Premier LeaguePremier League 25.01.2018: Huddersfield Town, Newcastle United and Brighton & Hove Albion were promoted to the Premier League at the end of the 2016/17 season. Both Huddersfield and Brighton were set to make their debut in English football’s top flight with their stadium’s hosting Premier League football for the first time.

Although all three newly promoted clubs are in the bottom half of the table, they have all surprised those involved in football betting with some impressive results including Newcastle’s 1-1 draw at home to Liverpool and Huddersfield’s famous 2-1 win at home to Manchester United.
Huddersfield’s rise to the Premier League is all the more impressive given the club could only manage a 19th placed finish the season before achieving promotion to the Premier League. David Wagner has already become a hero in Huddersfield thanks to his achievement of taking Huddersfield from Championship strugglers to play-off winners.
Brighton on the other hand had finished in the play-off places three times in the six seasons they were in the Championship, falling short in the semi-finals of the play-offs on all three of those occasions. It was in their sixth season that the club managed to avoid promotion heartache by finishing in second place behind Newcastle United. Despite managing to secure promotion, the fans were still somewhat devastated as going into the final game of the season the Seagulls were top, needing only a win away against Aston Villa to secure the Championship title. They could only manage a draw, handing the title to Newcastle who managed to win 3-0 at home to Barnsley.
With Newcastle’s St James’ Park returning to the Premier League along with the Kirklees and Falmer Stadiums making their debuts in the top flight, we have created an infographic which looks at every Premier League stadium.


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