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Fantasy Football – Amazing History of 3 Football Stadiums

Football involves the active participation of 22 members on the field and other members outside the field. A sport enjoyed by millions of fantasy football fans; the support of these fans is the x-factor of this sport. 

The excitement of enjoying football from the stadium, the ambiance of the full stadium reaches another level for the fantasy premier league fans playing at the new and best 11wickets app for Android and iOS. 

There are many great stadiums around the world which has the best environment to watch a football game and also stay involved in fantasy football league games sitting at the stadium. 

Here is a list of the three of them. Read about them and play fantasy football games. 

Wembley Stadium  

This arena has a beautiful history. It was reopened in the year 2007 after it was demolished in 2002-2003. It took almost five years to complete the re-construction of this ground because of the lack of financial assistance. According to the rules and regulations of UEFA, Wembley ground falls in the fourth category. It is also the second-largest stadium in Europe and has the capacity to fill in about 90000 people during a football match. The Football Association owns the Wembley arena through WNSL. 

It is also famous for several other reasons. It hosts the final of FA Cup every year. Besides this, the stadium also hosts the international matches of England. The UEFA Champions League final was also played in this ground in the year 2011 and 2013. 

The arena with its circumference of 1 km has more than 2100 toilets (more than any other stadiums in the world). Besides hosting the football matches, Wembley also hosts several music concerts and important international conferences. The rock band Green Day’s performance had seen the presence of more than 90,000 people in Wembley. 

Old Trafford Stadium 

The Old Trafford or the ‘Theatre of Dreams’ as it is remembered as is one of the oldest stadiums in England. Opened in the year 1910, the Old Trafford had a capacity of 80000 people. At present, there are little more than 75000 seats in there. Since its inception, the club has been playing home games in this field. During the second world war, it was damaged because of the bombing by German missiles because the ground had been a shelter for the British troops during the war. During the re-construction of it, the United team had shared the ground of their city rivals Manchester City, in Milne Road. 

The present arena has a covering of the roofs. This covering was made in the year 1959. It is the largest field among all the other clubs in the premier league. 

Emirates Stadium 

Hosting the matches of Arsenal, it is the third-largest ground in England after Wembley and Old Trafford. It has a capacity of a bit more than 60000. Officially opening at the year 2006, it was the second stadium for Arsenal. Its first stadium being the Arsenal stadium, located at Highbury in London (built in the year 1913). The Arsenal fans wanted to increase the capacity of their first arena but it was built in a residential area and therefore it could not be expanded. Ultimately leading to the construction of a new stadium. 

Thanks for reading! Play fantasy sports and enjoy! 

 

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