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The United Kingdom (UK) stadiums map shows all main stadiums of United Kingdom (UK). This stadiums map of United Kingdom (UK) will allow you to know stadiums locations and list of teams stadiums in United Kingdom (UK) in Europe. The United Kingdom (UK) stadiums map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Wembley Stadium as its mentioned in the United Kingdom (UK) stadiums map is, after Camp Nou, the second largest stadium in Europe and the standard playing venue of the English national team. It also hosts the annual League Cup final, FA Cup final, and the Community Shield. Old Trafford officially opened on 19 February 1910 with a match between Manchester and Liverpool (3-4). The stadium at that time consisted of one covered seating stand and open terraces on the other three sides. Capacity was slightly over 80,000. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is the recently opened new stadium of Tottenham Hotspur that replaced their old ground White Hart Lane.
The Emirates Stadium replaced Arsenal previous home Highbury, which had become too small and lacked the possiblities for expansion being hemmed in by housing. First plans for the construction of a new stadium were made in the late 1990s, but also a move to the new Wembley Stadium was considered. London Stadium as you can see in the United Kingdom (UK) stadiums map, also known as London Olympic Stadium, got built to serve as the centerpiece stadium for the 2012 London Summer Olympics, during which it hosted the athletics events and opening and closing ceremonies. Etihad Stadium, also known as Eastlands, was built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Following the games, the stadium was converted into a football stadium as to provide Manchester City with a modern replacement for Maine Road. The club moved into Etihad Stadium at the start of the 2003-04 season.
Anfield was built in 1884, but got initially rented by Everton FC. The first game at the ground, on the 28th of September 1884, saw Everton beat Earlstown 5-0. In 1891, Everton moved out of Anfield after a dispute over the rent, and one year later newly-founded Liverpool moved in. Their first match at Anfield was a 7-1 win over Rotherham. St James Park was first used for football in 1880, but was initially nothing more than a bare pitch. By the late 1890s, one small stand had been built, but it was the promotion of Newcastle to the First Division in 1898 that prompted the club to properly develop the ground. New terraces were built, which brought capacity to 30,000. The Stadium of Light as its shown in the United Kingdom (UK) stadiums map was built in the mid 1990s as a replacement for Sunderland old Roker Park, which lacked the possibilities for further expansion and modernisation.