13. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Tottenham [94.52%]
Spurs made a good start but got derailed soon. They currently sit 11th in the league table and are moving away from the top 4 with Nuno Espírito Santo as their manager. Their average attendance has been 59,664. 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.
12. Molineux – Wolves [94.63%]
This season will be a test for Wolves as they are with a new manager, Bruno Lage, who is fairly inexperienced at the top-level management. They are currently 14th in the league table with six points in six games. The average attendance of the Molineux has been 30330, with is 94.63% of its capacity.
11. Etihad Stadium – Manchester City [94.76%]
Defending champions Manchester City are currently sitting in the 2nd position in the league table behind Liverpool. The average attendance at the Etihad so far this season has been 52,137. They are trolled online for their attendance but the truth is that in the Premier League, they have good attendance figures.
10. Elland Road – Leeds United [96.08%]
Leeds fans are known to be one of the most passionate fans in the country. Elland Road is always an intimidating place for opponents to visit. The average attendance so far this season has been 36,406. It is a bit below expectation, which could be down to the poor start to the season from Bielsa’s men.
9. Emirates Stadium – Arsenal [97.0%]
Even with one of the most expensive tickets in Europe, Emirates stadium rarely disappoints you with their turnout. The capacity of the stadium is 60,704 and still, it is nearly full most of the time. The attendance figures are expected to go even up as the season progresses.
8. Stamford Bridge – Chelsea [97.07%]
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 39,657.
7. Old Trafford – Manchester United [97.22%]
With some big-name signings in the summer, Manchester United fans have big expectations from the team. The average attendance this season has been 72,795, which is the highest in the league. Will Ronaldo help United bring the league back to the red half of Manchester? Let’s wait and watch.