Premier League stadiums ranked by capacity: Chelsea only eighth biggest 2018/19 ground
Premier League stadiums are getting bigger and better as the years go by, with Tottenham’s new ground expected to raise the bar for modern builds.
Spurs’ home will seat 62,062 when it is completed, with Mauricio Pochettino’s men hoping to move in by September.
London rivals Chelsea had been looking to redevelop Stamford Bridge in an attempt to keep up with their top-flight opposition, but plans were shelved back in May.
This means the Blues have just the eighth-largest stadium in the division ahead of the 2018/19 season, so who do they trail behind?
Meanwhile, fans at Molineux, Craven Cottage and the Cardiff City Stadium will all relish the return of Premier League action, with big crowds expected at each of the grounds following their promotions.
Take a look through the gallery to reveal every Premier League stadium set to be used in the 2018/19 season ranked by capacity.