Sky Bet League One stadiums ranked
Footballgroundmap.com is a popular football website where fans can share their views on any stadium anywhere in the country, and even the world.
Every so often, the site updates based on votes from football fans, and a recent vote has released how the Sky Bet League One stadiums are ranked.
The categories taken into consideration are: Location, view, facilities, food, policing and atmosphere. Each team is in a different position for each category, but the website has taken an overall average rating, ranking the stadiums from worst in the league to the best. Here are the results:
23) The Crown Ground – Accrington Stanley
22) Priestfield – Gillingham
21) Memorial Stadium – Bristol Rovers
20) Roots Hall – Southend United
19) Bloomfield Road – Blackpool
18) Kingsmeadow – AFC Wimbledon
17) Spotland – Rochdale
16) Sincil Bank – Lincoln City
15) London Road – Peterborough United
14) Highbury Stadium – Fleetwood Town
13) The Kassam Stadium – Oxford United
12) Prenton Park – Tranmere Rovers
11) Adams Park – Wycombe Wanderers
10) Fratton Park – Portsmouth
9) The Pirelli Stadium – Burton Albion
8) The New Meadow – Shrewsbury Town
7) The Keepmoat Stadium – Doncaster Rovers
6) St Andrew’s – Coventry City
5) Portman Road – Ipswich Town
4) The University of Bolton Stadium – Bolton Wanderers
3) Stadium:MK – Milton Keynes Dons
2) New York Stadium – Rotherham United
1) Stadium of Light – Sunderland
So they are the overall results, but who won the individual categories?
Blackpool’s Bloomfield Road was deemed as being in the best location, while Adams Park of Wycombe was voted as the worst.
AFC Wimbledon’s Kingsmeadow was voted the worst in terms of view, and Milton Keynes’ Stadium:MK came out on top.
MK came out on top again with facilities, with Gillingham coming bottom in that department.
Gillingham were also bottom in terms of food, with Rochdale’s Spotland selling the best.
It isn’t good news for Gillingham who find themselves bottom for policing, with Bolton Wanderers coming top.
And finally, and arguably most importantly to football fans, atmosphere. Portsmouth’s Fratton Park comes out on top, with Milton Keynes coming bottom of the pile.