Famous English football stadiums recreated with Lego bricks

Who doesn’t love playing with Lego bricks? It’s a time-honored tradition as a kid. But how about partnering that past time with another?

Reddit user Merman101’s dad enjoys building iconic English soccer stadiums out of Lego bricks, and the imaginative man’s son posted some of the collection.

Here’s a look at his work, as well as photos of the stadiums for reference. They’re pretty spot on, wouldn’t you say?

Chelsea, Stamford Bridge

And the real Stamford Bridge:

Liverpool, Anfield

The real Anfield:

Manchester United, Old Trafford

The real Old Trafford:

Arsenal, Emirates Stadium

The real Emirates:

Leicester City, King Power Stadium

The real King Power Stadium:

Tottenham Hotspur, White Hart Lane

The real White Hart Lane:

Newcastle, St. James’ Park

The real St. James’ Park:

Aston Villa, Villa Park

The real Villa Park:

Charlton Athletic, The Valley

The real Valley:

Barnsley, Oakwell Stadium

The real Oakwell Stadium:

Bolton Wanderers, Macron Stadium

The real Macron Stadium:

Burnley, Turf Moor

The real Turf Moor:

West Ham United, Upton Park

The real Upton Park:

Wembley Stadium

The real Wembley: