During the 2016-2017 Premier League season, the largest stadium belonged to Manchester United, whose Old Trafford ground had a capacity of 75,643.
The club with the second largest stadium capacity was Arsenal with their impressive north London home, the Emirates Stadium, which can hold up to 60,260 fans.
The Gunners bitter north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur are currently having their White Hart Lane ground redeveloped and as such, the capacity for this season is a mere 36,284.
For the 2017-2018 season, Spurs have been allowed to play their home games at Wembley stadium, which boasts a capacity of 90,000.
Interestingly, Tottenham Hotspur can boast to currently having the smallest Premier League pitch.
Other large stadiums in the Premier League are Liverpool’s Anfield which boasts an impressive 54,167 and the Etihad Stadium, home of Manchester City which can accommodate a crowd of 55,097.
At the other end of the scale however are AFC Bournemouth, whose Dean Court ground (commercially known as the Vitality Stadium) holds just 11,464 – which incidentally is the smallest Premier League ground in history.
The only Welsh football team in the Premier League, Swansea City, lay claim to having the 2nd smallest stadium in the Premier League, as their Liberty Stadium home has a capacity of 21,088 fans.