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Three English Premier League Clubs That Do Not Own Their Stadium

The English Premier League is certainly the biggest football league in the entire world. This is because Premier League matches attract millions of viewers from various continents across the globe. The large number of spectators suggests that Premier League clubs should have very big football stadiums. However, there are some clubs in the English Premier League that do not own their stadium.

1. Manchester City

The Etihad Stadium has been used by Manchester City for a very long time now. The stadium is one of the biggest football grounds in the English Premier League. However, it does not belong to Manchester City. The stadium is actually owned by Manchester City Council.

2. Newscastle United

The home stadium used by Newscastle United is known as St James' Park. It has a capacity of more than 50,000 seats. This means that it is one of the biggest football stadiums in the English first division. However, the stadium is not owned by Newscastle United. Rather, it is owned by Newscastle City Council.

3. Chelsea

Stamford Bridge is one of the most popular football stadiums in the English Premier League. However, the stadium is not actually owned by Chelsea. It belongs to Chelsea Pitch Owners. This organization also own the naming rights of Chelsea Football Club.

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