The St. James’ Park is the seventh largest football stadium in England, and ninth in the United Kingdom. The desire for more changes and expansions caused conflict with the local council and residents, but some projects were pushed through. The venue saw many aspects change during the past decades, but it currently features luxurious facilities including suits, dance floors, priced seatings for clubs, and bar and lounge.
The site has been the home ground of the Newcastle United since 1892 and has been used for football as early as 1880. Because of its massive size, it welcomed prestigious international matches like the 2012 Summer Olympics, the 2015 Rugby Union World Cup, and the Prince’s Trust Challenge Trophy. In popular culture, St. James’ Park hosted concerts for many famous artists like The Rolling Stones, Queen, and Bob Dylan.
Home Team: Newcastle United
Field Size: 115 × 74.4 yards