The Football League is full of some nice modern stadia like Brighton’s Amex Stadium and Rotherham’s New York Stadium, but it does have its fair share of ‘bad’ stadia too.
What makes a bad stadium is a lack of modern design, poor catering and an overall poor away day experience for visiting fans.
From dilapidated stadiums to poorly positioned pillars in the stands the Football League is full of forgettable stadiums and that desperately need renovation.
In some cases the stadium’s area needs renovation too as if the area around the stadium is rough then fans are unlikely to visit.
Another major problem with some stadium is the poor catering with the food at Gillingham’s Priestfield Stadium voted the worst, until some major improvements were made recently.
Stadiums must be able to give away fans a good experience and if the catering is poor, the stand is in a bad place and the stadium is old they may not enjoy the match.
Here are the FIVE worst stadiums in the whole of the Football League, in the opinion of FLW writer Michael Hasan…….
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