Reserve Team Regular
Jan 16, 2017, 7:59 PM
Team(s): Southampton, Shef Weds, Shef Utd, Ipswich, Blackfield & L, Hythe & Dibden
Post #19 of 25
I like some of the new builds but I do agree in general most are a bit soulless. I think part of that is simply the lack of history, and that will develop over time but some of it is poor design. Southampton, Leicester, Coventry, Reading, Cardiff, Shrewsbury are examples I can think of where the design is a bit unoriginal. Leicester are however well renowned for the noise the fans generate and Coventry's stadium is very beautiful to be in too. When I think of a good new ground I think of Brighton's, but it's all about what you want from a match day. If you want the history and the variety, an old ground with pillars and hotchpot stands is going to be special, if you want a great view and not feel like a tinned sardine then a new ground is for you.