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Top 5 Best Changing Rooms in The English Premier League Competition

Premier League 2019-20 End-of-Season Awards | Bleacher Report | Latest  News, Videos and HighlightsThe English premier league is always the best and top level of the English football system. Contested by 20 teams every season, it always operates on relegation and promotion of three teams.

In normal circumstances, the season used to run from August to May unless the current season that was altered by coronavirus pandemic, shifting the dates to September.

So in this article, we are going to rank the teams with most beautiful changing rooms in the league including their photos.

5.Chelsea (Stamford Bridge)

Everything about Chelsea is always blue like their nick name, from the Uniforms, stadiums and the changing room. The beautiful and comfortable dressing room that is painted blue ranks number five in the best of the league.

4.Arsenal (Emirates Stadium)

The Gunners are not only one of the most successful teams in the league but also have one of the best dressing rooms. Red and white strips makes their main color and therefore their beautiful stadium ranks fourth.

3.Manchester United (Old Trafford)

The red devils also carry the record of the best and most successful club in the premier league history. Everything in the team is always red from the stadium color to the uniforms and the dressing rooms. Old Trafford also ranks the stadium with the largest carrying capacity in England. Their dressing room ranks 3rd best.

2.Manchester City (Etihad Stadium)

The cityzens are currently the best team in the premier league competition. Winning their first trophy of the season yesterday, their stadium therefore ranks second best in the league. 1. Tottenham Hostspurs

After the previous renovation, the spurs changing room has therefore ranked the best in the league currently.

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