West Brom's Stadium
The highest English league ground is The Hawthorns, home of West Bromwich Albion, at a lung-sapping 551ft (168m) above sea level. The highest stadium in England is the non-league Buxton ground, at 997ft (304m).
Actually Port Vale's ground Vale Park in Stoke-on-Trent is the second highest at 160, Boundary Park is only 155, and the Hawthorns home of WBA is 168 Oldham Athletic's Ground- Boundary Park.
The pitch is at an altitude of 551 feet, it is the highest ground among those of all 92 FA Premier League and Football League clubs.
In England, the highest ground above sea level in the N-Power football league is Vale Park, home of Port Vale Fc. The highest ground in all of the UK is The Hawthorns, home of the brilliant Boing Boing Baggies, West Bromwich Albion. The capacity of The Hawthorns is 25,600 and will rise up to 30,000 in the next four years. BOING BOING!
Bristol CIty's Ashton gate is 2 meters below sea level which is indeed the lowest altitude
accrington Stanley play at the crown ground which only holds 5057 which makes it the smallest in the football league
The highest football ground in England must be the home of amateur club Queensbury, near Bradford. Foxhill Park is over 1200 feet above sea level. Buxton is 200 feet lower. ____ The Silverlands home of Buxton fc who currently play in the Unibond Premier is over 1000 ft above sea level, nearly twice the height above sea level of that of The Hawthorns (WBA) the highest football league ground.
Coors Field, in Denver, Colorado, home of the Rockies, is 5,200 feet above sea level.
if your talking about England then the answer would be the premiere league, Scottish: Scottish premiere, Spanish: Spanish premiere
THe final of the Champions league 2013 was played on 25th May. It was played in the historic Wembley Stadium in England.