6. Emirates Stadium – Arsenal [99.1%]
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 have made a great start to the season and are currently atop the table.
5. Old Trafford – Manchester United [99.1%]
Manchester United are showing signs of life after winning three out of their last five Premier League matches. This could be a make-or-break season for the team. With the signings of Eriksen, Antony and Casemiro, the team looks balanced. It will be interesting to see how this season turns out for the Erik ten Hag.
4. Goodison Park – Everton [99.1%]
Everton had a torrid last season. They were relieved to survive relegation at the end of the season. Even this season, they only have 14 points in the first 15 matches. However, it has not affected their fans, who have continued to flock to the gates of Goodison Park. The average attendance this season has been 39,210.
3. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium – Tottenham [99.4%]
Tottenham have made a good start to the season and this has been reflected in their turnout. Their average attendance this season has been 61,667. New signings Richarlison and Perisic are looking good. Fans are very hopeful of Conte’s boys and this could be an exciting season for them.
2. St. James’ Park – Newcastle United [99.7%]
Newcastle being 3rd 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 52,177 which is 99.7% of the stadium’s capacity of 52,338. The team was rejuvenated under manager Eddie Howe, secured Premier League survival last season, and will aim much higher this season.
1. London Stadium – West Ham United [99.9%]
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 this season has been 62,447 which is 99.9% of their stadium’s capacity of 62,500.