In the modern day game of football, stadiums with atmosphere are becoming more rare by the day.
Modern stadiums just don't have the same feel as the ones older fans grew up going to, and it's a sign of the times.
Football is a business now, and it's about getting high attendance.
There are also a lot of commercial opportunities with corporate events, and the ability to host concerts now is a major factor in the world of football stadiums.
It's understandable that clubs want to make money, but for me, you just can't beat the feel of an old football stadium.
There's history and heritage behind them with some memorable moments attached to the ground.
Take Arsenal's old home Highbury as an example.
That's the ground where Arsenal clinched the 2003-04 Premier League title after going a whole season undefeated.
Just for fun, join me as we run down five old stadiums that I feel are sorely missed.
The five stadiums that we'll go through have been chosen in terms of their history and meaning to the individual clubs, or nations, who played their games there, and will be in order of their importance as I see it.
Bear in mind that these are just my opinion, so feel free to leave your own suggestions or memories of these grounds below.