Kingsholm named the best Premiership stadium, all 10 ranked worst to best - Ruck

Kingsholm named the best Premiership stadium, all 10 ranked worst to best

Stadiums hold a special place in the hearts of rugby fans, serving as a second home for many supporters. Their importance is profound and deeply felt.

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The following ranking of Premiership stadiums is based on fan ratings from various websites, including and TripAdvisor.

Here are the 10 Premiership stadiums, ranked from worst to best:

#10. AJ Bell Stadium (Sale Sharks) – 3.5/10

Bio: Located in Salford, Greater Manchester, AJ Bell Stadium is home to the Sale Sharks. Opened in 2012, it boasts a seating capacity of 12,000. The stadium’s modern facilities are balanced with frequent critiques of its accessibility and parking arrangements.

GOOD REVIEW: “Very impressive stadium, clean and conveniently located near the motorway for a quick getaway. Parking was a bit expensive but part of the overall experience.”

BAD REVIEW: “Visited with family, atmosphere was good, but the stadium was just okay. The food and drink were dreadful – the hot chocolate was undrinkable. The worst part was the car park, £10 to park in a massive puddle in the mud, and we were penned in for almost an hour post-match!”

#9. Allianz Park (Saracens) – 4.5/10

Bio: Allianz Park, now known as StoneX Stadium, is situated in North London. Opened in 2013, it has a capacity of 10,000. It’s known for its artificial pitch and community focus but has faced criticism for its facilities.

GOOD REVIEW: “Great place to watch my team play rugby! Great atmosphere, good seating, and plenty of toilets. Highly recommend coming here to watch a game.”

BAD REVIEW: “The facilities are beyond disgusting. None of the ladies’ toilets inside work, and the outside ones have no paper and stink.”

#8. Kingston Park (Newcastle Falcons) – 6.5/10

Bio: Kingston Park, located in Newcastle upon Tyne, has been home to the Newcastle Falcons since 1990. The stadium has a capacity of 10,200 and is praised for its atmosphere and facilities, despite its relatively small size.

GOOD REVIEW: “Frequented here on many occasions to watch Falcons Rugby and for social functions. Huge car park, club shop, bar/restaurant with a separate corporate/functions suite. Seated or standing terraces. Hot food outlets in the stand and bar services. Great atmosphere with friendly staff. Well worth a visit.”

BAD REVIEW: “The ground is smaller than I expected, having watched many games played here on TV.”