15) The Hawthorns – 26,500
The stadium of West Bromwich Albion since 1900 when it become, surprisingly, the sixth different home of the club as their swell of supporters outgrew their five previous grounds.
14) Britannia Stadium – 28,383
After leaving the Victoria Ground, Stoke City moved to the Britannia in 2007. A great decision it turned out as the Potters were promoted to the Premier League a year later.
13) King Power Stadium – 32,262
Leicester’s home was constructed in 2002. The ground’s record attendance of 32,188 for a football match was actually for a pre-season friendly against Real Madrid in the summer of 2011.
12) St. Mary’s Stadium – 32,689
A four star rated UEFA stadium, St. Mary’s is the largest ground in the south of England outside of London.
11) Upton Park – 35,333
West Ham’s home in 1904, survived being hit by a bomb in World War II, but could soon be abandoned after the Hammers look likely to move to the London Olympic Stadium in Stratford.