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Tommy2holes

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With Fossetts seemingly further away than ever it got me wondering about all of the other great stadiums that have been built for other teams.

Personally really like Rotherhams stadium design. I'd like to see something similar in blue and white with maybe a slightly bigger size.
 

Pubey

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I liked rotherhams too, good location and design. For an old ground, Bramall lane is pretty great
 

Mick

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If I was to pick a new build, The Amex and an old stadium Loftus Road.

I'll give you 1 out of 2 there.

The AMEX is indeed excellent and as good as any of the medium size new builds.

Loftus Road is a horrible ground with limited leg room in the two biggest stands and poor accommodation for the away support.
 
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I'll give you 1 out of 2 there.

The AMEX is indeed excellent and as good as any of the medium size new builds.

Loftus Road is a horrible ground with limited leg room in the two biggest stands and poor accommodation for the away support.

Personally I've never been there, but there's always been something I liked about it. It looks enclosed, and overbearing from pitch view. Maybe it's also because it's a ******** that I like it... It's like our ********.
 

OldBlueLady

Junior Blues Coordinator⭐
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Dec 27, 2007
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Benfleet
The Valley is ok, though leg room isn't great. For comfort, unfortunately, you do have to go a long way to beat Franchise's ground.
 

Up the Shrimpers

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Any ground with a big covered standing terrace behind the goal, so not too many of those left in the UK.
 

Massimo Giovanni

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Siena
Ricoh or Brammell are good shouts but for budget why not a New Den or a 4 sided Oxford effort?
Huddersfield is also not bad for a new(ish) mid size ground, or Southampton, Reading........
 

Pak Power

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Oct 5, 2009
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Judea
Swansea's Liberty stadium for me of the ones i've visited. Held the atmosphere and noise in the ground.

Quite like the look of Craven Cottage although never been.


Can't comment on the Amex but it seems popular
 
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