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Stadium of Light seating?

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Jake Burgess
Jake Burgess

Following its recent expansions, Sunderland now boasts the fifth-largest football ground in the Premier League and the range of quality seating is better than ever. It’s a well-maintained stadium with an acceptable amount of legroom, which helps with us tall guys! The most popular matches cost a bit more (as is common), but the ticket range is still reasonable at £25-40. Away fan prices are capped at £30, so do your best to get a good seat!

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Sam Hurst
Sam Hurst

If it’s a lively atmosphere that you are after, you could do worse than take a seat in the South West Corner of the ground which is known as the ‘singing end’ – this stand is directly across from the away fans so there is normally good back and forth across the pitch.

The away fans are housed in the Upper Carling North Stand, and although most views are good – the roof comes over this part of the stadium and so seats right at the back – although seeing all of the pitch, can feel a little cut off from the rest of the ground.

Tickets vary in price dependent on who is playing. For bigger games and derby days tickets range between £32-40, where the less popular games offer great value at £25-30 for an adult.

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