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Anfield is the Premier League’s most Instagrammable stadium

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Anfield is the Premier League’s most Instagrammable stadium
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Anfield Stadium has come out top in a head to head battle against Old Trafford

New research has revealed that the home of LFC, Anfield is the Premier League’s most Instagrammable stadium.

A study by vertical sports site analysed Instagram data and stadium capacities of teams participating in the 2022/2023 English Premier League to find the top four stadiums with the highest “Football Favourite” score out of 10.

The study reveals Anfield as the most Instagrammable stadium with a total Football Favourite score of 10. The stadium has 1.3 million photos for all accounts using the hashtag #anfield, the highest among the 20, and the equivalent of 24 photos for each of the 53,394 fans who can fit inside the ground.

Instagram posts from fans at The Reds’ stadium include them posing in front of the trophy hall at Anfield to share the pride of victory enjoyed by the team in previous years.

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Old Trafford stadium for Manchester United takes second place with a favourite stadium score of 6.9. With the largest seating capacity among the EPL stadiums, the home of 13-time Premier League winners has 1.2 million posts dedicated to it under the hashtag #oldtrafford. Compared against its maximum capacity of 74,310, that works out at just over 17 photos per fan. A first-time visitor, @kayleymariaaa, commented. “First time at Old Trafford last night, and I can honestly say I absolutely loved it!!!”.

Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge puts in the shift for third place with a score of 5.2 out of 10. There are almost 13 pictures per spectator for the Blues, which have 523,037 photos under the hashtag #stamfordbridge compared to the ground’s capacity of 40,343. Fans were spotted with photos of them before and after the game so that they could have the grandeur of the stadium’s seating capacity as their backdrop.

Rounding out the top four is St. James’ Park, with a 2.9 score. The home of Newcastle welcomes 52,305 spectators every match and has accumulated 371,889 posts with the hashtag #stjamespark. Fans have photos of themselves waving the team’s flag during a match, and @binks_nufcyt posts a video celebrating the Magpies’ win against Aston Villa.


A spokesperson commented on the study: “Liverpool and Manchester United’s rivalry is one of the biggest in football, and they have battled for supremacy on and off the pitch for decades, so it’s interesting to see how they fare when it comes to social media. Their two iconic stadiums are by far the most popular to tag on Instagram, but Liverpool edge this contest with more hashtags overall, and their supremacy is extended when factoring in the capacities of the two grounds.”

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