Welcome to our Best of 2021 Stadium Music Chart, representing the year’s most popular releases that have played out across the nation’s Football Grounds and Sport Stadiums, compiled using official Shoot Music DJ download data. It’s been some year, and one that saw fans back in our beloved stadiums, re-introducing that thumping atmosphere that made us all fall in love with the beautiful game. 2021 also saw the return of matchday DJs, and their carefully curated playlists. Today we look back at the most popular tracks that were hits in stadiums throughout 2021.
STADIUM MUSIC CHART STANDINGS
- ED SHEERAN – ‘Shivers’
- ELTON JOHN & DUA LIPA – ‘Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)’
- COLDPLAY – ‘My Universe’
- BLOSSOMS – ‘Care For’
- STEREOPHONICS – ‘Hanging On Your Hinges’
- THE SHERLOCKS – ‘City Lights’
- LITTLE MIX – ‘No’
- SIGRID – ‘Burning Bridges’
- BIFFY CLYRO – ‘A Hunger In Your Haunt’
- COLDPLAY – ‘Higher Power’
- CALVIN HARRIS – ‘By Your Side’ (feat. Tom Grennan)
- KSI – ‘Holiday’
- KASBIAN – ‘ALYGATYR’
- BECKY HILL – ‘Remember’
- KYLIE MINOGUE – ‘A Second To Midnight’ (feat. Years and Years)
- CELESTE – ‘Stop This Flame’ (MK Remix)
- JUNGLE – ‘Keep Moving’
- THE VACCINES – ‘Alone Star’
- NOTHING BUT THIEVES – ‘Futureproof’
- JACK SAVORETTI – ‘Who’s Hurting Who’ (feat. Nile Rodgers)
Forming the champions league positions, we have the four tracks that spent the most time at the top during their time in our chart during 2021. Sitting strong at the top it’s Ed Sheeran with his hit ‘Shivers’. Behind him we have Elton & Dua Lipa with PNAU‘s remix of ‘Cold Heart’, followed by Coldplay & Blossoms with their singles ‘My Universe‘ and ‘Care For‘.
Thanks to an absolute plethora of DJ downloads, these guys dominated the Shoot Music stadium chart during 2021, playing out around some of the very biggest and most famous stadiums in the country. From Celtic and Manchester United, to the German National Team & London Irish RFC, this success is testament to the quality of their songwriting & playing.
Listen to the Best of 2021 Stadium Music Chart through our Spotify Stadium Chart Playlist:
Best Of The Rest
From above you can see there are too many tracks to mention individually, but each has contributed to a seriously strong year for music and sport, and has helped represent a diverse and talent-filled chart that we cannot wait to continue producing for you for seasons to come. Congratulations to all who made this best of chart, and we’re sure we’ll see more familiar faces returning to the Top 20 in 2022.