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Club
League/Division
Nickname
Ground
Arsenal
Premiership
Gunners
Emirates Stadium
Chelsea
Premiership
Blues
Stamford Bridge
Fulham
Premiership
Cottagers/Whites
Craven Cottage
Tottenham Hotspur
Premiership
Spurs
White Hart Lane
West Ham United
Premiership
Hammers/Irons
Boleyn Ground, Upton Park
Charlton Athletic
Championship
Addicks
The Valley
Crystal Palace
Championship
Eagles
Selhurst Park
Queen’s Park Rangers
Championship
(Super)Hoops/R’s
Loftus Road
Leyton Orient
League One
O’s
Matchroom Stadium, Brisbane Rd
Millwall
League One
Lions
New Den Stadium
Barnet
League Two
Bees
Underhill Stadium
Brentford
League Two
Bees
Griffin Park
Dagenham & Redbridge
League Two
Daggers
Victoria Road
Bromley
Conference South


Lillywhites
Courage Stadium, Hayes Lane
Fisher Athletic
Conference South
The Fish
Champion Hill (until 2009)
Hampton & Richmond Borough
Conference South
Beavers
Beveree Stadium
Hayes and Yeading
Conference South
Missioners
Church Road
Welling United
Conference South
Wings
Park View Road
AFC Wimbledon
Conference South
Dons
Fans’ Stadium, Kingsmeadow


One level below the Conference (Blue Square) South clubs in the 2008–9 season are Carshalton Athletic, Harrow Borough, Hendon, AFC Hornchurch, Sutton United, Tooting & Mitcham United and Wealdstone, all playing in the Isthmian (Ryman) League Premier Division.