Wolves have enjoyed a blistering return to the Premier League, finishing seventh in both the seasons. Clearly, the wolfpack have made Molineux a tough place to come for visiting teams. With their team’s brilliant performances, expect even better atmosphere at their stadium. They are now one of the most passionate EPL fan bases.
11. Manchester City
Being in the shadow of Manchester United for many years, Manchester City have now turned the tide in recent years and hold the bragging rights in Manchester. Etihad Stadium may not have the best atmosphere in England but Manchester City do in fact have some great supporters, a majority of whom have been supporting the club for years. There’s little denying that success brings new fans, but the majority of City’s local fan-base have witnessed a pre-Sheikh Mansour era. Their fans have historically shown tremendous support to their team.
In their first campaign at the Etihad Stadium in 2003/04, City fought relegation and finished 16th in front of an average crowd of 46,834 , which was better than most of the teams in the division. Also, when City were in League One in 1998/1999, the Blues had an average attendance of 32,547 – a record that remains untouched. Manchester City fans are quite the loyal group of supporters.
10. Tottenham Hotspur
As Harry Kane continues to lead his team to success on the pitch, Tottenham’s fans continue to support them greatly off it. As one of London’s oldest Premier League clubs, Tottenham has a long history that includes an FA Cup win in 1091 and a European Cup Winners’ Cup victory in 1963.
Currently, Tottenham is based in The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Previously, the club competed out of White Hart Lane, which was open since 1899.
9. Aston Villa
Aston Villa were a Premier League club since its inception in 1992 till 2016. They came back to the Premier League in 2019. Villa still have a very strong fan base and no matter what the future holds for them there will be plenty of Villains behind them.
8. Crystal Palace
Although Crystal Palace isn’t as well known internationally as Arsenal or Chelsea, it has a large, passionate fan base in its home district of Selhurst, as well as in surrounding counties like Kent and Surrey. Crystal Palace’s stadium Selhurst Park is one of the most Intimidating grounds for the opponents. The atmosphere inside the stadium is one of the best in the league.
They are known for their miraculous escape and it’s because of that fans pour week in week out to witness their side’s fight to stay in the top tier. Selhurst Park can hold 25,456 fans and manages to regularly average 25,080 – a 98.52% fill rate – exceptional figures for a club that continues to flirt with danger.
Chelsea fans are behind their team always. They are passionate and loud. The Blues are arguably one of the greatest Premier League sides of all time and Stamford Bridge knows that well. With a capacity of 41,633 seats, they have an average attendance of 41,512 ,which is around 99.71% of the total capacity. It explains a lot about their supporters.
The defending Premier League holders are one of the biggest fanbase holders in Europe. They provide their players with unconditional support, surrounding them in a sea of blue flags and cheering them on loudly at every game.
6. Sheffield United
Sheffield United had a very good first season in the Premier League. The set up of the ground allows for a good atmosphere. The low roof above the away end allows for good singing from away supporters also. The construction of three large modern looking stands, makes it a great ground and one that has character. Their support put them among one of the most passionate EPL fan bases.