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Since the inception of the EFL Championship, England's current second tier, in 2004, there have been 49 stadiums used in the League. Following the Hillsborough Disaster in 1989, the Taylor Report recommended the abolition of standing terraces by the start of the 1994–95 season, to be replaced by all-seater stadiums. Certain grounds have had terracing in recent years.
Those marked in bold indicate teams playing in the 2021-22 season, while those in italics have been demolished.
|Alexandra Stadium||Crewe Alexandra||Crewe||1906||10,153|
|Ashton Gate||Bristol City||Bristol||1904 rebuilt 2016||27,000|
| Boleyn Ground |
|West Ham United||London||1904||2016||35,016|
|Bramall Lane||Sheffield United||Sheffield||1855||32,702|
|Bet365 Stadium||Stoke City||Stoke-on-Trent||1997||27,740|
|Cardiff City Stadium||Cardiff City||Cardiff||2009||33,280|
|Carrow Road||Norwich City||Norwich||1935||27,244|
|City Ground||Nottingham Forest||Nottingham||1898||30,576|
|Coventry Building Society Arena||Coventry City||Coventry||2005||32,609|
|Deepdale||Preston North End||Preston||1860||24,500|
|DW Stadium||Wigan Athletic||Wigan||1999||25,133||Previously called the JJB Stadium|
|Elland Road||Leeds United||Leeds||1897||39,460|
|Ewood Park||Blackburn Rovers||Blackburn||1883||31,154|
|Falmer Stadium||Brighton & Hove Albion||Brighton||2011||30,750|
|Glanford Park||Scunthorpe United||Scunthorpe||1988||9,088|
|Highfield Road||Coventry City||Coventry||1899||2005||23,489|
|Home Park||Plymouth Argyle||Plymouth||1893||16,388|
|Huish Park||Yeovil Town||Yeovil||1990||9,565|
|Kenilworth Road||Luton Town||Luton||1905||10,226|
|KCOM Stadium||Hull City||Kingston upon Hull||2002||25,400|
|Keepmoat Stadium||Doncaster Rovers||Doncaster||2006||15,231|
|King Power Stadium||Leicester City||Leicester||2002||32,262||Previously called Walkers Stadium|
|Kirklees Stadium||Huddersfield Town||Huddersfield||1994||24,500|
|Layer Road||Colchester United||Colchester||1910||2008||6,320|
|Liberty Stadium||Swansea City||Swansea||2005||20,750|
|London Road||Peterborough United||Peterborough||1913||15,315|
|Loftus Road||Queens Park Rangers||London||1904||18,360|
|Molineux Stadium||Wolverhampton Wanderers||Wolverhampton||1889||30,852|
|New York Stadium||Rotherham United||Rotherham||2013||12,021|
|Ninian Park||Cardiff City||Cardiff||1910||2009||21,508|
|Pirelli Stadium||Burton Albion||Burton upon Trent||2005||6,912|
|Portman Road||Ipswich Town||Ipswich||1884||30,311|
|Pride Park Stadium||Derby County||Derby||1997||33,597|
|Roots Hall||Southend United||Southend-on-Sea||1952||12,392|
|Selhurst Park||Crystal Palace||London||1924||26,255|
|Stadium of Light||Sunderland||Sunderland||1997||49,000|
|Stadium MK||Milton Keynes Dons||Milton Keynes||2007||30,500|
|St Andrew's||Birmingham City||Birmingham||1906||30,016|
|St James' Park||Newcastle United||Newcastle||1892||52,405|
|St Mary's Stadium||Southampton||Southampton||2001||32,689|
|The Hawthorns||West Bromwich Albion||West Bromwich||1900||26,445|
|The Valley||Charlton Athletic||London||1919||27,111|
|University of Bolton Stadium||Bolton Wanderers||Bolton||1997||28,100||Previously known as the Reebok Stadium and Macron Stadium|
|Villa Park||Aston Villa||Birmingham||1897||42,682||Coordinates:|
|Withdean Stadium||Brighton & Hove Albion||Brighton||1936||2011||8,850|
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