Clubs and club members include " Old Boys " sides, local authorities and businesses, as well as social and youth clubs. Old Trafford with a capacity of 76, is the largest club stadium, with the Emirates Stadium holding 60, and St James' Park holding 52, Views Read Edit View history.
London-based clubs enjoyed little success during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with the first major trophy being won by a London-based club being Tottenham Hotspur's FA Cup triumph inwhen they were still a Southern Football League club, although they were elected to the Football League soon after. The winning squad was worth just one-tenth of that of Manchester City's. Retrieved from " https: The American Historical Review, vol 35, No.
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Football in England
The early Premier League years saw the transfer record fee in English football broken many times in a relatively short period of time, and rise at a rate barely comparable with even that of the late s. Sunday leagues are played each weekend by clubs, the study made by the FA sees to this. Even at non-league level there have been big improvements with the likes of New Bucks Head the home of Telford United with a capacity of 6, being one of the best in non-league and Princes Park with a capacity of 4, the home of Dartfordone of the most ecologically sound ever built. Below the professional club reserve leagues, many clubs also operate reserve teams, which play in separate Reserve leagues, such as the Lancashire League. Since the creation of the Premier League, a number of England's leading clubs have relocated to new stadiums.