5) Newcastle United -St. James’s Park – Capacity 52,405
Over the years, St. James’ Park has seen some of the finest encounters in the Premier League history. The clubs’ ardent supporters make such huge noise and have such fervent feeling for their clubs that makes playing at St. James a very difficult and exhaustive task. The stadium was initially home of three Newcastle clubs. The stadium was initially used for grazing farm animals. St. James’ history is more intriguing than one would imagine. One of stadium’s side is very close to the City’s execution gallows. St. James’ is known for generating inimical atmosphere for the opposition side. Over the years, the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal have struggled to get anything out of the game in the Northeast.