The website money.co.uk allows the comparison of product prices. It is based in the UK and was launched in 2008. In addition to comparing financial products including credit cards, bank savings and mortgages, he also makes reports such as the one he presented on Europe’s football stadiums.
A list of around 180 stadiums was created for all teams in Europe’s top five leagues, based on UEFA’s country coefficient rankings. In addition to these, other major clubs and national team stadiums were added to the list. Data was collected for Tripadvisor on 12/3/2021, Google Reviews on 12/7/2021 and Football Ground Map on 22/12/2021.
The report includes the assessment of fans from different stadiums in Europe. Reviews of major stadiums from all over Europe are collected, money.co.uk has been able to discover the best football stadiums in Europe, as well as the worst. These assessments are subjective, from people who value a stadium and who are likely to be fans of the home team. In addition, there may be ratings from people who only value a football field by photographs or by ratings from other people. Therefore, it is nothing more than a valuation that may be far from the real value of the stadium.
researchers at money.co.uk have collected stadium reviews from three different sources to reveal the football stadiums with the best (and worst) reviews. These sources are Tripadvisor review score, Google review score and Football ground map review score.
The best stadiums
The best stadiums in Europe would be the Westfalenstadion of the Borussia Dortmund team, Arena Nationala of the Romanian national team and fcSB, and the Camp Nou of the Football Club Barcelona team.
The worst stadiums
The worst stadiums according to these reviews are the Stadio Carlo Castellani of the Empoli team in Italy, the Balaídos stadium of the Celta de Vigo team and the Stadion Maksimir of the Dinamo Zagreb team.