1/2 The Big House The Big, which is at the old Wembley Stadium, was one of the biggest venues on the planet.
There was even a porno stand on the main stand in the middle of the showpiece.
The Big was once the home of Mick Jagger’s band, The Rolling Stones.
The venue was sold to the National Lottery for £3.6 million and then sold again in 2009 for £8.9 million.
3/2 Manchester United The old stadium is the home to Manchester United’s Old Trafford Stadium.
The stadium was built in 1930 and was the first football stadium in the UK to have the capacity of 100,000.
The ground was sold by Manchester United for £30 million in 2009.
4/2 Leeds United Leeds United are one of football’s most successful clubs and won the FA Cup twice in the 1980s and 1990s.
They are now based in the United States.
5/2 Aston Villa Villa Villa have been in the Premier League since 1978 and their current stadium, the Stadium of Light, is the longest standing football ground in England.
It was built by Aston Villa in 1966 and is now used by Aston Martin for its Aston Martin V8 sports car.
6/2 Birmingham City The former home of Birmingham City FC is a world-class football ground and is home to the Premier Club.
It is a popular football venue and the home ground of the Football League, Birmingham City, which competes in the English Football League.
7/2 Tottenham Hotspur The London Stadium was the home for Tottenham Hots, the Premier Football League’s fourth tier side, from 1999 until 2012.
8/2 Old Trafford The old Wembley stadium is a World Heritage site in south east London, where it hosted the first game between Manchester United and Arsenal.
The first game was played in 1899 and it hosted another match in 1932.
9/2 Coventry City Coventry was the capital of the county of Cumbria until 1607.
It’s now a major commercial centre.
10/2 Liverpool Liverpool played their home games at Anfield stadium from 1969 until the 1970s.
It has since moved to Anfield Park and is currently home to Liverpool FC. 11/2 Bournemouth Bourn, the largest city in England, was the site of the first battle of Bosworth Field.
12/2 Portsmouth The Portsmouth Football Club is based in Portsmouth.
It won the Football Conference title in 2011 and is owned by Portsmouth City Council.
13/2 Wigan Athletic Wigan’s first home game was at Wembley Stadium from 1978 until 1983.
The club is based near the city of Bournville in Lancashire.
14/2 Bristol City The oldest stadium in England is Woking’s famous Old Town Hall, which was built between 1546 and 1616.
15/2 Preston North End Preston North East’s new stadium, which opened in 2013, is one of only three in the Championship to be entirely uncensified.
It houses the Premier Development League side, Preston North.
16/2 Brighton & Hove Albion Brighton & Isle of Wight’s ground, the ground of Brighton & Hove Town, was built on the site that was home to Peterborough Town in 1603.
It hosted the last match of the Premier Division in 2000.
17/2 Ipswich Town Ipswich was the largest settlement in England until 1710, when it was settled by the famous Dutchman Ferdinand the First.
He was a major builder and was famous for building the first railway across the Channel.
18/2 Brentford The first football match was played at Brentford’s Old Town Stadium in 1821.
It attracted crowds of over 1,000 spectators.
The home of Brentford was sold for £10 million to the Scottish Football Association in 2010.
19/2 Nottingham Forest The Forest Football Club has been based in Nottingham since it was founded in 1783.
It holds the Guinness World Records for the largest number of players at any one time, with 7,000 in attendance in 2016.
20/2 Chelsea Chelsea was the most successful English football club from its inception in 1904 until it closed in 2003.
It now plays in the new stadium in Stamford Bridge.
21/2 Sunderland Sunderland’s new home is located in the old Sunderland Town Centre and is the largest and oldest residential development in the country.
It hosts Sunderland AFC.
22/2 West Bromwich Albion West Brom’s home is in a suburb of London.
It plays in East Bromwich.
23/2 Burnley The new stadium was opened in 2016 and is designed to be an entirely open environment, which it was.
It will host Burnley FC, the third-tier team that finished second in the 2016 Premier League.
24/2 Cardiff City The Cardiff Stadium is the biggest football ground outside of London and hosts the Welsh champions.
The Cardiff City Supporters Club is the second-largest group in the