Both the London Stadium and the Emirates Stadium are big football grounds, and can accommodate over 50,000 fans.
Former West Ham defender Dicks, though, does not seem to be a fan of the London Stadium or the Emirates Stadium.
“It’s impressive,” Dicks told The Times. “But it’s not a West Ham stadium. It will never come close to Upton Park for atmosphere.
“It’s the same with Arsenal. Beautiful place, the Emirates Stadium, but it doesn’t feel like a football stadium.
"You think ‘Nah, not a patch on Highbury.’ For me, the Olympic Stadium, compared to Upton Park, is lifeless.”
There are a lot of West Ham fans who are unhappy that the club decided to move from the Boleyn Ground to the London Stadium.
The atmosphere at the Hammers’ new ground is not as great or intimidating for the opposition teams as their old stadium was.
Highbury was one of the best grounds in England for atmosphere, although moving to the Emirates Stadium was a good idea for Arsenal, as it allowed more fans to come and watch the team in action.