How many people do premiership grounds hold?

Capacities of premiership grounds, in alphabetical order of current Premier League teams. These are all approximates but very close to actual total: # Arsenal FC - Emirates Stadium: 60,335 people # Aston Villa FC - Villa Park: 42,640 people # Blackburn Rovers FC - Ewood Park: 31,367 people # Bolton Wanderers FC - Reebok Stadium: 28,723 # Chelsea FC - Stamford Bridge: 42,055 # Everton FC - Goodison Park: 40,157 # Fulham FC - Craven Cottage: 26,000 # Hull City FC - KC Stadium: 25,404 # Liverpool FC - Anfield: 45,362 # Manchester City FC - Eastlands/City of Manchester Stadium: 47,726 # Manchester United FC - Old Trafford: 76,212 # Middlesborough FC - The Riverside Stadium: 35,100 # Newcastle United FC - St.James' Park: 52,387 # Portsmouth FC - Fratton Park: 20,688 # Stoke City FC - Britannia Stadium: 28,383 # Sunderland Athletic FC - Stadium of Light: 49,000 # Tottenham Hotspur FC - White Hart Lane: 36,244 # West Bromwhich Albion FC (West Brom) - The Hawthorns: 28,003 # West Ham United FC - Upton Park: 35,647 # Wigan Athletic FC - JJB Stadium: 25,135