EFL League Championship

  • Aston Villa
    • Villa Park
      • Capacity: 42 682, Opened: 1897
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Birmingham City
    • St. Andrews
      • Capacity: 29 409, Opened: 1906
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Blackburn Rovers
    • Ewood Park
      • Capacity: 31 367, Opened: 1882
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Bolton Wanderers
    • University of Bolton Stadium
      • Capacity: 28 723, Opened: 1997
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Brentford
    • Griffin Park
      • Capacity: 12 763, Opened: 1886
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Bristol City
    • Ashton Gate
      • Capacity: 27 000, Opened: 1887
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Derby County
    • Pride Park
      • Capacity: 33 597, Opened: 2002
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Hull City
    • KCOM Stadium
      • Capactiy: 25 400, Opened: 2001
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Ipswich Town
    • Portman Road
      • Capacity: 30 311, Opened: 1884
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Leeds United
    • Elland Road
      • Capacity: 37 890, Opened: 1897
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Middlesbrough
    • Riverside Stadium
      • Capacity: 34 000, Opened: 1995
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Millwall
    • The Den
      • Capacity: 20 146, Opened: 1993
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Norwich City
    • Carrow Road
      • Capacity: 27 244, Opened: 1935
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Nottingham Forest
    • City Ground
      • Capacity: 30 445, Opened: 1898
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Preston North End
    • Deepdale
      • Capacity: 23 404, Opened: 1875
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Queens Park Rangers
    • Loftus Road
      • Capacity: 18 439, Opened: 1904
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Reading
    • Madejski Stadium
      • Capacity: 24 161, Opened: 1998
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Rotherham United
    • New York Stadium
      • Capacity: 12 021, Opened: 2012
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Sheffield United
    • Bramall Lane
      • Capacity: 32 702, Opened: 1855
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Sheffield Wednesday
    • Hillsborough
      • Capacity: 39 732, Opened: 1899
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Stoke City
    • Bet365 Stadium
      • Capacity: 30 022, Opened: 1997
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Swansea City
    • Liberty Stadium
      • Capacity: 21 088, Opened: 2005
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • West Bromwich Albion
    • The Hawthorns
      • Capacity: 26 688, Opened: 1900
      • Link: Wikipedia
  • Wigan Athletic
    • DW Stadium
      • Capacity: 25 138, Opened: 1999
      • Link: Wikipedia

 

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