Hello fans, Good morning and welcome to an entertainment portal, we will be talking about two super and important clubs in English football.
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Yes, I want us to compare between them in terms of nice and quality structure, please let's be honest with the answers and forget about sentiments.
Old Trafford is known as the home of an English football club call Manchester United and it has capacity if 74,879.
According to reports, it is the largest club stadium in the united kingdom after the Wembley stadium.
It is also called 'the theatre of dreams' which was given to it by Bobby Charlton and Manchester united have been using the stadium since 1910.
Here are some of the photos of the great Old Trafford Stadium(the theatre of dreams)
The Stafford bridge popularly known as the Bridge is a football stadium in Fulham, it is adjacent to the borough of Chelsea.
The stadium is the home of the Chelsea football club and it has the capacity of 41,837, it's capacity makes it the 9th largest venue of the 2019-2020 premier league season.
Note that the Bridge is the highest division of English football.
Well, plans on how to expand the blues stadium are ongoing and might be achieved before the 2023-2024 season and note the blues will be using the Wembley stadium until it is completed.
Check out photos of the great Bridge stadium
See the outside view of Stamford bridge
Well, I believe you are totally convinced that Old Trafford is more beautiful and better than Chelsea's stadium, Stafford bridge.
Well, it is still an open discussion, so I will allow you guys to do the comparison with valid reasons, although the one I stated earlier is my own opinion.
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