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All 12 Premiership stadiums, ranked by their TripAdvisor score

Fans of every Aviva Premiership club will try to claim their stadium is the best around.

But which stadium is really the best? There’s only one way to find out, and it damn sure isn’t actually going out and speaking to people about it. Rugby fans are too prone to emotional responses.

You know who has no emotion? Those ‘people’ who leave reviews on TripAdvisor. With that in mind, we’ve decided to head on over to the review site in order to find a definitive ranking of all 12 stadiums in the Aviva Premiership.

This should prove, once and for all, who is better than all the rest.


FIRST OF ALL, VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE


12. Sale Sharks (AJ Bell Stadium) 3.5/5
GOOD REVIEWVery impressive stadium, clean and very close to motorway for a quick getaway. Parking was a little pricey but all part of the day out.
BAD REVIEWCame with the family, good atmosphere, stadium is OK. The food and drink was dreadful – hot chocolate was undrinkable. However the worst part of the trip was the car park £10 to park in a massive puddle in the mud, penned in for almost an hour post match!

SALFORD, ENGLAND – NOVEMBER 08: A general view of the A J Bell Stadium prior to the LV= Cup match between Sale Sharks and Bath Rugby at AJ Bell Stadium on November 08, 2013 in Salford, England. (Photo by David Jones/Getty Images)


11. London Irish (Madejski Stadium) – 4/5
GOOD REVIEWWe go here to watch London Irish play rugby. Can be cold in the middle of winter, but good views of the pitch wherever you sit.
BAD REVIEWThey were not kitted out to handle rugby fans, hardly any beer stands or food. Huge lack of toilets, Inside it was like heading back to the 70’s.

READING, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 18: Tommy Bell of Leicester kicks a penalty during the Aviva Premiership match between London Irish and Leicester Tigers at Madejski Stadium on October 18, 2015 in Reading, England. (Photo by Ben Hoskins/Getty Images)


10. Northampton Saints (Franklin’s Gardens) – 4/5
GOOD REVIEW: Impressive stadium with good facilities, plenty of options for eating and drinking. All seats give a good clear uninterrupted view of the pitch.
BAD REVIEWOverall a bad experience which we won’t repeat

Read our Franklin’s Gardens stadium guide HERE

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