Fan rankings for every Premier League and Football League stadium

The 92 Challenge is one of the most prestigious achievements for any football fan in England.

Traveling to every single stadium in the Premier League, Championship, League One and League Two over the course of your lifetime is enough to make you a king among Football League fans.

However, accomplishing the feat within a single season is truly the ultimate achievement, with an unreal level of commitment, time, and — frankly — money required to even think of accomplishing it.

92 Club Challenge

But that’s exactly what Eugéne Noble managed to do as part of COPA90’s ’92 Club Challenge’ when he traveled across the country to see a match from all 92 league clubs during the 2021/22 season.

It was made for an intriguing series, with Noble traversing every corner of England and Wales expressing his thoughts on the 92 stadiums through a four-category scoring system.

Each stadium was rated out of 20 points, with the stadium’s soul, eccentricity, home support and matchday menu being rated one, two, three, four or five points depending on quality.

Chelsea's Stamford Bridge.
Soccer Football – Premier League – Chelsea v Newcastle United – Stamford Bridge, London, Britain – March 13, 2022 General view of the stand during the match REUTERS/David Klein EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture list, club/league logos or “live” services. Online use in the game is limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or individual club/league/player publications. Please contact your account manager for more details.

And now that the 2021/22 season is drawing to a close, Noble can officially stand tall and declare that he has ticked off all 92 Premier League and Football League stadiums.

But who made it and who hit rock bottom? Well no worries, COPA90 unveiled the final results on Instagram this week to show the world how all 92 clubs were ranked, ranked and compared.

All Premier League and Football League stadiums in one ranking

Be sure to head over to their feed to see Noble’s video on each individual stadium, but keep scrolling if you want to see where your club ranks based on their 20 point total.

(Note: Sheffield Wednesday and Bradford City were not awarded Soul points out of respect for the victims of the Hillsborough disaster and Bradford City stadium fire.)

92. MK Dons – 6/20

91. Walsall – 7/20

90. Colchester United – 7/20

Walsall and MK Dons finish at the bottom.

89. Wycombe Wanderers – 8/20

88. Southampton – 8/20

87. Leicester City – 8/20

86. Crawley Town – 8/20

85.Westham United – 9/20

84. Reading – 9/20

83. Cardiff City – 20 September

82. Derby County—September 20

81. Coventry City – September 20th

80. City of Cheltenham – 20 September

Cheltenham's home ground.
Soccer Football – League Two – Cheltenham Town v Harrogate Town – The Jonny-Rocks Stadium, Cheltenham, Britain – May 8, 2021 General view during the match Action Images/Peter Cziborra EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture list, club/league logos or “live” services. Online use in the game is limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or individual club/league/player publications. Please contact your account manager for more details.

79. Brighton & Hove Albion – 9/20

78 Stevenage – 10/20

77. Salford City – 20.10

76. Rotherham United – 10/20

75. Sutton United – 20.11

74 Peterborough United – 20.11

73. Hull City – 20.11

72. Forest Green Rovers – 11/20

71. Burton Albion – 11/20

Burton received 11/20.

70.Wigan Athletic – 12/20

69. Rochdale – 20.12

68. Queens Park Rangers – 12/20

67. Oxford United – 12/20

66. Newport County – 12/20

65. Harrogate Town – 20.12

64. Bristol Rovers – 12/20

63. Tranmere Rover – 13/20

62 Scunthorpe United – 13/20

61. Millwall – 13/20

Millwall were awarded 13/20.

60. Manchester City – 13/20

59.Lincoln City – 13/20

58. Gillingham – 13/20

57. Doncaster Rovers – 13/20

56. Crewe Alexandra – 13/20

55. Brentford – 13/20

54. Bournemouth – 13/20

53.Birmingham City – 13/20

52. Carts – 13/20

51. Swindon Town – 14/20

50. City of Shrewsbury – 14/20

Shrewsbury plays at home.
Soccer Football – League One – Shrewsbury Town v Accrington Stanley – New Meadow, Shrewsbury, Britain – December 2, 2020 General view during the game as a limited number of fans in the wake of the outbreak of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) released action images via Reuters /Carl Recine EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture list, club/league logos or “live” services. Online use in the game is limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or individual club/league/player publications. Please contact your account manager for more details.

49. Norwich City – 14/20

48. Middlesbrough – 14/20

47. Ipswich Town – 14/20

46.Charlton Athletic – 14/20

45 Bolton Wanderers – 14/20

44. Blackpool – 14/20

43.AFC Wimbledon – 14/20

42. Accrington Stanley – 14/20

41. Bradford City – 11/15

Bradford almost made it into the top 40.

40. Wolverhampton Wanderers – 15/20

39. Sunderland – 15/20

38. Stoke City – 15/20

37 Oldham Athletic – 15/20

36. Northampton – 15/20

35. City of Hartlepool – 15/20

34. City of Fleetwood – 15/20

33. Everton – 15/20

32.Cambridge United – 15/20

31.Blackburn Rovers – 15/20

30. Barnsley – 15/20

Barnsley plays at Oakwell.
Soccer Football – Championship – Barnsley v Fulham – Oakwell, Barnsley, Britain – March 12, 2022 General view of the ground before the match Action Images/Ed Sykes EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture list, club/league logos or “live” services. Online use in the game is limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or individual club/league/player publications. Please contact your account manager for more details.

29 West Bromwich Albion – 16/20

28. Watford – 16/20

27. Swansea City – 16/20

26. Sheffield United – 16/20

25. Preston North End – 16/20

24. Harbor Valley – 16/20

23. Plymouth Argyle – 16/20

22. Morecambe – 16/20

21. Mansfield Town – 16/20

Mansfield placed high in 21st place.

20. City of Luton – 16/20

19 Leeds United – 16/20

18. City of Huddersfield – 16/20

17. Fulham – 16/20

16.Chelsea – 16/20

15 Carlisle United – 16/20

14. Bristol City – 16/20

13 Arsenal – 16/20

12. Portsmouth – 17/20

11. Nottingham Forest – 17/20

10.Manchester United – 17/20

Man Utd play at Old Trafford.
Soccer Football – Premier League – Manchester United v Brighton & Hove Albion – Old Trafford, Manchester, Britain – February 15, 2022 General view of fans outside the stadium before the match REUTERS/Peter Powell EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture list, club/league logos or “live” services. Online use in the game is limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or individual club/league/player publications. Please contact your account manager for more details.

9.Liverpool – 17/20

8. Leyton Orient – ​​17/20

7. Sheffield Wednesday – 13/15

6. Newcastle United – 18/20

5. City of Exeter – 18/20

4. Burnley – 18/20

3. Aston Villa – 18/20

=1. Tottenham Hotspur – 19/20

=1. Crystal Palace – 19/20

Palace and Spurs are the best.

Tie for first place

oooh It’s a tie for first place!

COPA90 have stated that Noble will seek to separate the two Premier League sides in due course, but for now they are officially crowned the best clubs of the 92 from a fan’s perspective.

Okay, a fan, but that’s the joy of days away and attending football games in person, because what makes the day special is entirely up to your own likes and dislikes.

Who knows, you might think St Mary’s Stadium has heaps of character, Wycombe has the best support in the country and Southampton deserves a Michelin star for their food.

Man Utd's Old Trafford Stadium.
Soccer Football – Premier League – Manchester United v Leeds United – Old Trafford, Manchester, Britain – August 14, 2021 General view of fans outside the stadium before the match REUTERS/Phil Noble EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture list, club/league logos or “live” services. Online use in the game is limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, games or individual club/league/player publications. Please contact your account manager for more details.

On the other hand, is anyone better qualified than Noble to rate the 92 Premier League and Football League clubs this season, having traveled to each and every one of them? Bow, son, bow.

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