OnlineCasinos.co.uk have ranked the best and worst stadiums in the Premier League and it is no surprise to see the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium appeared near the top.
The website has built ‘The Football Stadium Index’ by sourcing data from club website’s as well as other sources, and also visiting the stadiums themselves.
The seven main areas used to pit stadiums against each other in the index were TripAdvisor and Google reviews, distance from the train station, the price of a pint, season tickets, pies and stadium tours.
By calculating how each scored against each of the metrics, their index puts the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as the fifth-best in the list with a score of 6.81.
The only stadiums to be ranked higher than Tottenham’s 62,303-capacity stadium are Molineux, Carrow Road, the Etihad and Bramall Lane.
The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium is also comfortably the highest placed London venue in the list with the Emirates languishing in 12th, while the London Stadium and Stamford Bridge are the two worst-performing stadiums according to the index.
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While not everyone will agree with the methodology being used to rank these, it certainly looks like they’ve got the ‘worst’ category spot-on. However, the suggestion that the likes of Molineux and Carrow Road are better than the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium may not necessarily sit well with Spurs fans.
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