Man United Premier League Away Ground Guide

Here are the stadiums Manchester United are going to visit on away days in the 2022/23 season:

The Emirates Stadium – Arsenal

The Emirates Stadium
The Emirates Stadium. (Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images)

Location: Highbury House, 75 Drayton Park, London, N5 1BU England

Capacity: 60,260

Arsenal have been one of the fiercest rivals off Manchester United. The Emirates Stadium replaced the Highbury in 2006 as the Gunners’ home ground.

The Gunners’ home ground, over the years, has witnessed some exciting moments when the Red Devils have visited the stadium.

Villa Park – Aston Villa

Villa Park
Villa Park. (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)

Location: Trinity Road, Birmingham B6 6HE

Capacity: 42,682

Villa Park is home to the Claret and Blues. The Holt End is a loud section of the stadium with fervorous supporters.

Aston Villa were one of the founding members of the league. So the history behind the club and the stadium is substantial. The support behind the club is enormous. United have a pretty decent record going to the Lions’ home ground.

Vitality Stadium – AFC Bournemouth

Vitality Stadium
Vitality Stadium. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

Location: Kings Park, Boscombe, Bournemouth BH7 7AF, United Kingdom

Capacity: 11,364

Dean Court, known as the Vitality Stadium currently, is the home ground of AFC Bournemouth. The Cherries have one of the smallest stadiums in the Premier League.

The small size and capacity make it a decent stadium for away fans to go and watch games.

Gtech Community Stadium – Brentford

Gtech Community Stadium
Gtech Community Stadium. (Photo by IAN KINGTON/AFP via Getty Images)

Location: Lionel Rd S, Brentford TW8 0RU, United Kingdom

Capacity: 17,250

The Brentford Community Stadium, or the Gtech Community Stadium, is home to the Bees. The stadium is relatively new compared to other grounds in the Premier League. It opened in 2020.

Being a newer stadium, it has modern facilities for the hospitality of away fans.

American Express Community Stadium – Brighton & Hove Albion

Amex Stadium
Amex Stadium. (Photo by Bryn Lennon/Getty Images)

Location: Village Way, Brighton BN1 9BL, United Kingdom

Capacity: 31,800

The Falmer Stadium, known as the American Express Community Stadium currently, is the home ground of the Seagulls. It’s also referred to as the Amex and has been Brighton & Hove Albion’s home ground since 2011.

For away fans, it’s one of the most pleasant experiences. It has an excellent view. The atmosphere within the ground gets loud at times.

Stamford Bridge – Chelsea

Stamford Bridge
Stamford Bridge. (Photo by GLYN KIRK/IKIMAGES/AFP via Getty Images)

Location: Fulham Rd., London SW6 1HS, United Kingdom

Capacity: 41,837

Stamford Bridge is home to one of the most successful clubs in the Premier League era, Chelsea. Being one of the oldest stadiums in the league, the atmosphere around the ground is classic.

There isn’t a lot of space between the home and away sections of the crowd. So it can get pretty feisty at times. The front rows are also close to the pitch, which can make it intimidating for visiting sides.

For Man United, visiting the Bridge has resulted in pretty even matchups, which one would expect from two top sides.

Selhurst Park – Crystal Palace

Selhurst Park
Selhurst Park. (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)

Location: Selhurst, London, SE25; England

Capacity: 25,456

Selhurst Park is home to Crystal Palace. The Holmesdale Road Stand is an imposing section of the stadium for visiting sides.

The view for away fans isn’t the best. The Eagles have some passionate fans. Man United have a pretty decent record against Palace at Selhurst Park, though.

Goodison Park – Everton

Goodison Park
Goodison Park. (Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images)

Location: Goodison Rd, Liverpool L4 4EL, United Kingdom

Capacity: 39,572

Goodison Park is the home ground of Everton. The Merseysiders have a fiery fanbase. Toffees are thrown at spectators by a person on the pitch before every game, as is tradition.

The three-tiered Main Stand is a sight to behold. It is a tall and imposing structure. But unfortunately, the Evertonians have gotten the better of Man United at Goodison over the years.

Craven Cottage – Fulham

Craven Cottage
Craven Cottage. (Photo by Justin Setterfield/Getty Images)

Location: Stevenage Rd, London SW6 6HH, United Kingdom

Capacity: 25,700

Craven Cottage hosts sides that come to face Fulham. The stadium sits on the banks of the River Thames.

The Cottagers interestingly have a designated section for ‘neutral supporters’ in their ground. Man United have a good enough record against Fulham at the stadium.

Elland Road – Leeds United

Elland Road
Elland Road. (Photo by Ashley Allen/Getty Images)

Location: Elland Rd, Beeston, Leeds LS11 0ES, United Kingdom

Capacity: 37,792

Elland Road is home to one of Man United’s fiercest rivals, Leeds United. The East Stand is the biggest side of the stadium. The ground can get loud at times.

The stadium has historically seen some ferocious matchups when the Red Devils have visited Leeds.

King Power Stadium – Leicester City

King Power Stadium
King Power Stadium. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

Location: Filbert Way, Leicester LE2 7FL, United Kingdom

Capacity: 32,312

Leicester City play their home games at King Power Stadium. In 2016, the Foxes astonishingly lifted the Premier League trophy at the ground.

Some Leicester fans refer to the stadium as Filbert Way. The home supporters can get pretty loud at times. However, Man United have been able to tame the Foxes at their home ground over the years.

Anfield – Liverpool

Anfield. (Photo by OLI SCARFF/AFP via Getty Images)

Location: Anfield Rd, Anfield, Liverpool L4 0TH, United Kingdom

Capacity: 53,394

Anfield is one of the biggest stadiums in the country. It’s home to arch-rivals Liverpool. The North-West Derby between Man United and the Merseysiders is one of the biggest games in world football.

“You’ll Never Walk Alone” reverberates through the stadium when teams take the pitch. The Kop is known to have the best support in Europe. The fans get behind the opposition, intimidating teams.

It’s a tough ground for the Red Devils to visit.

Etihad Stadium – Manchester City

Etihad Stadium
Etihad Stadium. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

Location: Ashton New Rd, Manchester M11 3FF, United Kingdom

Capacity: 55,097

Manchester City moved to the City of Manchester Stadium, now known as Etihad Stadium, in 2003 from Maine Road. Under new ownership, the Sky Blues have found success over the years.

Man United’s city rivals have sprung to prominence in recent years. However, overall the Red Devils have had the better of City.

St James’ Park – Newcastle United

St. James' Park
St. James’ Park. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Location: Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4ST

Capacity: 52,305

St James’ Park is home to Newcastle United. It’s a huge stadium. The atmosphere around the ground can be electric.

During the Sir Alex Ferguson and Kevin Keegan era, Man United and the Geordies were at each other’s necks. However, over the years, Newcastle’s poor form has seen the rivalry dwindle, but they have been flying high after the ownership change at the club.

City Ground – Nottingham Forest

General view inside the stadium prior to the Carabao Cup Semi Final 1st Leg match between Nottingham Forest and Manchester United at City Ground on January 25, 2023 in Nottingham, England.
City Ground. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Location: City Ground, West Bridgford, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 5FJ

Capacity: 30,445

City Ground hosts sides visiting Nottingham Forest. The stadium sits on the banks of the River Trent. One of the stands in the stadium is named after legendary manager Brian Clough.

Saint Mary’s Stadium – Southampton

Saint Mary's Stadium
Saint Mary’s Stadium. (Photo by Steve Bardens/Getty Images)

Location: Britannia Rd, Southampton SO14 5FP, United Kingdom

Capacity: 32,384

Southampton have played their home games at the Saint Mary’s Stadium since 2001. The Saints previously played at The Dell.

The Hampshire-based club’s ground is one of the most alluring in the country. For away fans, it’s a good experience visiting the ground. Man United supporters have experienced a lot of positive results at the stadium.

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Tottenham Hotspur

Tottenham Hotspur Stadium
Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Location: 782 High Rd, London N17 0BX, United Kingdom

Capacity: 62,850

Tottenham Hotspur moved to their new stadium from White Hart Lane in 2019. It’s the third-largest stadium in the country. Being new, it’s one of the most modern grounds in England.

The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium has one of the most fascinating atmospheres. The matchups for Man United away to the Lilywhites have been pretty even over the years.

London Stadium – West Ham United

London Stadium
London Stadium. (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)

Location: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 2ST, United Kingdom

Capacity: 60,000

London Stadium is home to West Ham United. The Hammers moved to their new ground from Upton Park in 2016. It’s a modern stadium with state-of-the-art facilities.

The stands are a bit further away from the playing surface. As a result, visiting fans may not be able to get the best view of the game if seated at the back of the upper tier.

For Man United supporters, going away to West Ham has been a relatively pleasant experience in terms of results.

Molineux Stadium – Wolverhampton Wanderers

Molineux Stadium
Molineux Stadium. (Photo by Naomi Baker/Getty Images)

Location: Waterloo Rd, Wolverhampton WV1 4QR, United Kingdom

Capacity: 32,050

Wolverhampton Wanderers have been playing their games at the Molineux Stadium since 1889. The Stan Cullis Stand towers over the ground.

Some home fans are housed on the upper tier above the away section. Matchups between Man United and Wolves have resulted in almost even results at the stadium over the years.