Don't go to Gillingham if you want to have a good matchday experience. It's the worst to place to watch football in the EFL according to the findings of this survey.

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With the new EFL season finally kicking off this Friday, fans around the country are getting ready once again to swap the couch for the terraces, but which stadiums offer the best fan experiences for them?

Thursday, 21st July 2022, 12:21 pm
Updated Wednesday, 27th July 2022, 6:41 am

BetVictor’s Football Fan Experience study aims to answer that question by ranking the best and worst football stadiums for fan experience based on eight weighted criteria.

The criteria includes the price of season tickets, average match ticket, number of votes, atmosphere, stadium location, view, matchday food and infrastructure rating, with each club being given a rating out of 100.

Tranmere Rovers’ Prenton Park is ranked as offering the best fan experience in the EFL, while Gillingham’s Priestfield Stadium is the worst in the EFL for fan experience.

Here's how every side ranks

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