The Best Looking Training Grounds in Football

The Best Looking Training Grounds in Football

Celtic training at Lennoxtown | Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

Footballers are often best remembered for what they do on the pitch, whether it be a devastating 30-yard strike, and inch-perfect through ball, a perfectly timed slide tackle, or a breathtaking fingertip save.

However, none of that would be possible without the work put in on the training ground. The efforts behind the scenes often goes unnoticed, but it’s in practice where players develop into superstars.

Here are some of the world’s most impressive training grounds.

England’s training facility in Staffordshire | David Goddard/Getty Images

St. George’s Park opened for the England national team in 2013. This action was quickly proceeded by the miserable failures at the 2014 World Cup and Euro 2016. But hey, it looks pretty from the outside, and then the women’s team made consecutive World Cup semi-finals. And the men’s team made the 2018 World Cup semis. So.

8. Etihad Campus

— Manchester City (@ManCity) February 5, 2016

The Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium is an iconic part of Real Madrid’s training facility | Quality Sport Images/Getty Images

6. Chennaiyin FC

Konjam training, neraya fun as the boys regroup at the end of a light training session! ? #AllInForChennaiyin #PreseasonParaak pic.twitter.com/hH5vrSuxo6

— Chennaiyin FC ?? (@ChennaiyinFC) October 22, 2020

Sure, the grass looks like something out of Sunday League, but those palm trees more than make up for it.

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4. Power Training Complex

A training session in front of Lennox Castle | Ian MacNicol/Getty Images

2. Guangzhou Evergrande Academy

Barcelona have produced some of the game’s greatest ever players | LLUIS GENE/Getty Images

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