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Underhill is the home of Barnet F.C. It is situated in Barnet in the London Borough of Barnet and has a capacity of 5,300. The stadium is also used for Arsenal reserve games, famous for its slope like Huish Park (thus the ground's name). It is the smallest Football League stadium in London (slightly bigger than Fraser Eagle Stadium, Accrington Stanley's home located in the north).
Mold Road, Wrexham, LL11 2AH, Wales.
Ninian Park, Sloper Road, Cardiff, CF11 8SX
In January 1999, the FAI announced a planned national soccer stadium, to be called Eircom Park after primary sponsors Eircom. This was to be a 45,000 seat stadium in City West, modelled on the Gelredome in Arnhem. It gradually became apparent that the initial forecasts of cost and revenue had been very optimistic. FAI and public support for project was also undermined by the announcement of the National Stadium in Abbotstown, which would have 65,000 seats and be available free to the FAI, being funded by the state. The Eircom Park project was finally abandoned in March 2001, amid much rancour within the FAI
The Kassam Stadium is the home of Oxford United F.C., and is named after the ground's owner and the football club's former chairman, Firoz Kassam. The ground currently has a capacity of about 12,500, and consists of three stands.
Formerly JJB Stadium / Location: Robin Park, Newtown, Wigan.
Crabble Athletic Ground, Lewisham Road, Dover, Kent.
Wembley Stadium (often called "Wembley") is a football stadium in Wembley, London. With 90,000 seats the stadium has the second largest capacity in Europe. By area it is the largest roof-covered football stadium in the world, and stands opposite Wembley Arena. The previous Wembley Stadium (originally known as the Empire Stadium) was one of the world's most famous football stadiums, being England's national stadium for football, and because of the geographical origins of the game was often referred to as "The Home of Football". It hosted the European Cup (now the UEFA Champions League) final a record five times, and is one of seventeen stadia to have held a FIFA World Cup final. In 2002, the original structure was demolished and construction began on the new stadium, originally intended to open in 2006. This was later delayed until early 2007. The final completion date of the stadium came on 9 March 2007, when the keys to the stadium were handed over to The Football Association.
Home of Hayes Football Club - Church Road, Hayes, Middx UB3 SLE
Broadhall Way is a multi-use stadium in Stevenage, England. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Stevenage Borough F.C.
Cambridge United Football Club Limited, Abbey Stadium, Newmarket Road, Cambridge, CB5 8LN.
Nene Park, Diamond Way, Irthlinborough, Northants.
Boothferry Park, Boothfery Road, Hull, East Yorkshire, HU4 6EU.
Fir Park is a football stadium situated in Motherwell, Scotland. The stadium plays host to the home matches of Motherwell F.C.
St Mirren Park, Love Street, Paisley, Renfrewshire, PA3 2EJ.
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