6. West Ham United
West Ham United is all about tradition and the development of youth. West Ham haven’t had much success recently but they have always had tremendous support from the stands, that’s something they can be proud of. Fans of West Ham are as passionate as they come, and although their games do not provide the same quality of football as some other games in the Premier League, the West Ham fans make up for it with unfaltering enthusiasm, cheering their team on through thick and thin.
The Glasgow club has one of the loudest fans in the world. The club had a tough last decade but the fans were always there for the club, the fans’ love for the club is immense. In the 2012-13 season, the Teddy Bears recorded the 18th highest average league attendance in Europe. The Ibrox park has a record attendance of 118,576 which is the highest ever in Scottish football history.
The club means everything for a Rangers fan. They show their support the most when they face their lifelong rivals Celtic. Comes the Glasgow derby day the Ibrox Park is absolutely bouncing. The ferocious and unrivaled chaos caused by the fans on Derby day makes it a standout fixture in world football.
There are very few things more stirring in football across the world than hearing Liverpool supporters passionately belt out ‘You’ll Never Walk Alone’. Not only are Liverpool fans dedicated to their team, but they are also strong believers in enjoying the sport. Games against Manchester United and Everton—whose atmospheres have been described as “suffocating” and “not for the faint of heart”— creates an unmatched atmosphere. Liverpool’s supporters have always stood by their team during thick and thin.