26 Years Later: All 20 Premier League Stadiums In 1992 And Now
When it launched in 1992, many believed the brand new Premier League would bring more money into English football and help it develop, but surely nobody predicted what would go on to happen.
In 2018, the league is in it’s last year of a record £5.14 billion deal with TV broadcasters, the best players are paid over £100,000 a week and are bought and sold for tens of millions of pounds.
Thanks to the increase in money, clubs have not only been able to compete internationally in the transfer market, but have had the cash to develop their facilities and infrastructure.
One of the Premier League’s main stay clubs, Tottenham Hotspur will move into their new home, built on the grounds of their White Hart Lane stadium this September, which is estimated to have cost them £1billion!
In this article we take a look at what the other 19 clubs’ stadiums looked like in 1992 and compare them to now.
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