6. Goodison Park – Everton [98.9%]
Everton last season, just like the season before, once again survived relegation on the final day of the 2022-23 season. However, it did not affect their fans, who have continued to flock to the gates of Goodison Park. The average attendance so far this season has been 39,130, which is 98.9% of the stadium’s capacity.
5. Emirates Stadium – Arsenal [99%]
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. They had one of their best seasons last season but still finished second behind Man City. They are hoping to go one better this time and win the league.
4. London Stadium – West Ham United [99.3%]
Fans of West Ham are as passionate as they come. Irrespective of the team’s performance, West Ham fans support their team with unfaltering enthusiasm, cheering their team on through thick and thin. They are one of the most loyal fan bases in the UK. Their average attendance during the 2023-24 so far season has been 62,058 which is 99.3% of their stadium’s capacity of 62,500.
3. Amex Stadium – Brighton [99.4%]
Brighton had a terrific last season under Roberto De Zerbi. Their performance had Brighton fans flooding the gates at the Amex stadium. The average attendance for them this season has been 31,612. Their fans’ support effect can be seen from their performances on the pitch.
2. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Tottenham [99.5%]
Spurs are currently 4th in the Premier League table, having led the table a couple of weeks before. Their average attendance so far this season has been 61,726, which is 99.5% of the stadium’s capacity. This could be a very interesting season for this Spurs team under Ange Postecoglou.
1. St. James’ Park – Newcastle United [99.6%]
Newcastle being 1st shouldn’t be a surprise, as St James’ Park is one of the stadiums known for its intense atmosphere. The average attendance at St James’ Park has been 52,106 which is 99.6% of the stadium’s capacity of 52,338. The team has been rejuvenated under manager Eddie Howe and is playing Champions League football now.