Premier League is the most-watched football league in the world. Fans around the world support their team with passion and dedication. Some of the clubs are able to fetch more crowds than others.
With the last season played almost entirely behind closed doors, fans were eager to get back to the stadium this season. In this article, we have the Premier League clubs ranked according to attendance percentage during the 2021-22 season so far.
Here are the Premier League clubs ranked according to attendance percentage up to 20th April 2022.
20. Turf Moor – Burnley [86.4%]
Burnley are in the relegation zone and unsurprisingly, it is reflected in their attendance figures. The average attendance has been 19,011. It is 86.4% of the capacity of Turf Moor, which is 21,994. Turf Moor’s faithful expect a lot more from their club and will hope to see that in the season ahead.
19. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Tottenham [89.4%]
Spurs currently sit in fourth place in the Premier League table and will hope to hold it until the end of the season. Their average attendance has been 55,468. Here’s an interesting fact about the stadium; Tottenham will pay on average £37m a year until 2042 to service the loans that helped finance the new stadium.
18. St Mary’s Stadium – Southampton [91.9%]
The capacity of Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium is 32,505 and it has been 91.9% full so far this season. They made a very poor start to the season but are back on track now. They have 39 points after the first 32 matches. Attendance figures would improve if they can start putting up better performances consistently on the pitch.
17. Brentford Community Stadium – Brentford [92.5%]
Playing in the Premier League for the first time ever, Brentford have made a decent start. They have acquired 39 points from the first 33 matches. They have made their intentions very clear that they want to stay in the division. Their average home attendance has been 16,873 in a stadium with a capacity of 18,250.
16. Selhurst Park – Crystal Palace [92.6%]
Irrespective of the numbers that turn up, the atmosphere of the stadium is top-notch. It’s widely acknowledged that Eagles supporters are some of the best around, producing brilliant fan displays on a regular basis, and creating one of the most imposing atmospheres in the Premier League. The average turnout this season has been 24,121, which could be a little better given the passion the supporters have for the club.
15. Stamford Bridge – Chelsea [93.1%]
Chelsea have some of the most enthusiastic fans around, with a wide following of people of every age. Whether their team has won or lost, the Chelsea fans will provide their players with unconditional support, surrounding them in a sea of blue flags and cheering them on loudly at every game. So far this season, their average attendance has been 38,013.
14. Molineux – Wolves [95.3%]
This season promised a good test for Wolves and their new manager, Bruno Lage. Even after being fairly inexperienced at the top-level management, Lage has done a very good job. They are currently 8th in the league table with 49 points in 32 games. The average attendance of the Molineux has been 30,558, with is 95.3% of its capacity.