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Ranked! The matchday experience at all 12 Premiership stadiums

3. Exeter Chiefs – Sandy Park (7.56)

In five words or less: Absolute fortress

Most recent visit: 2016

Best feature: Bars and food outlets are efficient and easily accessed.

Worst feature: Quite far out of town

Champions Cup match balls during the Champions Cup match between Exeter Chiefs and Munster at Sandy Park on October 13th 2018, Exeter, Devon. Photo: Phil Mingo/PPAUK


2. Bath Rugby – The Rec (7.83)

In five words or less: Premiership ground with character

Most recent visit: 2017

Best feature: Love this gem of a premiership ground, no matter the opposition, the weather or the referee it’s great it’s loud it’s exciting and fun and the pitch views are great from any seat. 

Worst feature:  Facilities are very limited.


1. Gloucester – Kingsholm(9.33)

In five words or less: A cracking rugby ground

Most recent visit: 2019

Best feature: Good seating in the stands, fabulous terrace, friendly fans, food, drink a plenty, beer and cider served pitchside before the match and at half time.

Worst feature: Parking can be a nightmare.

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  2. Jeff Badland

    Personally, whenever I’ve been to Kingsholme, I’ve found the atmosphere to be incredibly hostile and unfriendly- more like a football crowd than rugby, with their unsportsmanlike chants and frequent booing during kicks.

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