In this list, we have ranked the Premier League Clubs according to average percentage attendance during the 2018-19 season so far.
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20. Tottenham Hotspur [66.3%]
Spurs are yet to complete their new stadium, as a result they are still using Wembley as their home ground. The capacity of the stadium is 90000 and Spurs have only managed to generate an average attendance of 59,651, which puts them at bottom of this list with an average percentage attendance of 66.3%.
19. Burnley [89.5%]
Burnley have made a below par start to the new season. They are currently in the 15th position in the league with just 8 points in 11 matches. Their attendances haven’t been great either with Turn Moor averaging the second worst percentage league attendance in the Premier League.
18. Southampton [90.1%]
Southampton’s St.Mary stadium is one of the better stadiums in terms of atmosphere. However, their average turnout is not something they would be proud of. Southampton’s sluggish home performances haven’t helped the cause either.
17. Bournemouth [92.4%]
Vitality stadium is smallest among all the Premier League stadiums with a seating capacity of just 11,464. They have had an average attendance of 10,587, which puts them 17th in this list.
16. Cardiff City [93.3%]
Newly promoted Cardiff City are still finding their feet in the topmost division of England. Their stadium has a capacity of 33,280 which have been filled 93.3% of the times so far this season. Neil Warnock’s side are currently sitting in the relegation zone and will hope turn their fortunes around soon.
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15. Watford [93.7%]
Watford have made a good start to the season and are currently at the 8th place over the likes of Everton and Leicester City. Vicarage Road faithful will hope Roberto Pereyra and Co. will continue the form.
14. Fulham [95.1%]
Fulham have only managed to win one of their first 10 matches are currently in the relegation zone. Even after their poor start the crowd turnout has been fairly good. Club’s ground Craven Cottage is one of the most historical stadiums in Premier League. It has been the home ground of Fulham F.C. since 1896.
13. Huddersfield [95.6%]
Winless in their first 10 games, Huddersfield have quite a job to do in order to be back in contention for another season of Premier league survival. They have an average attendance of 23,431 in the Kirklees Stadium, which has the capacity of 24500.
12. Chelsea [96.8%]
Second in the league, Chelsea have made a good start to the season under their new manager Maurizio Sarri. Chelsea fans will hope that this season they will be able to give Manchester City a good fight for the title. Stamford Bridge’s average attendance for the season has been 40,502
11. Liverpool [97.3%]
Liverpool have also made a very good start to the season, accumulating 27 points from the first 11 games. The attacking trio of Firmino, Salah, Mane are a feast to watch. The iconic Anfield stadium also creates an unmatchable atmosphere. The average attendance of Anfield, whose capacity is 54,074, has been 52,596.
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10. Newcastle United [97.6%]
With just one win in their first 11 games, Newcastle haven’t had the greatest of starts. However, victory in the last game against Watford could just be the turning point. St James’ Park is also one of the stadiums known for their intense atmosphere. The average attendance so far at St James’ Park has been 51,119 which is 97.6 of the stadium’s capacity of 52,404.
9. Manchester City [97.8%]
Defending champions Manchester City are often unfairly criticised for their attendance, but in fact they have one of the best attendance in the league. Manchester City’s average attendance has been 53,906 which is 97.8% of Etihad stadium’s capacity of 97.8%. The current set of players are among the world’s best, managed by arguably the greatest manager currently in the business. Don’t be surprised if the attendance figures go even up in future.
8. Everton [98%]
Everton are currently 9th in the league with 18 points from the first 11 games. New signing Richarlison has immediately hit the ground running and lured fans to the Goodison stadium. On an average, 38,825 spectators watch every game at Goodison Park.
7. Leicester City [98.3%]
Leicester are currently 10th in the league with 16 points from the first 11 games. The average attendance of King Power stadium this season has been 31,944. The capacity of the stadium is 32,500.
6. Manchester Utd [98.4%]
Manchester United are currently 7th in the league with just 20 points on the table. They are already 9 points behind the league leaders and rivals Manchester City. Jose Mourinho’s men are under a lot of pressure and the fans will hope to see them bring back the winning mentality. Late winner in the last game must have raised the mood among the fans but a lot has yet to be done.
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5. Wolverhampton [99.1%]
Premier League new boys Wolves have made a good start to the season and are currently 11th in the league table with 15 points from the first 11 games. The Molineux Stadium has been full so far this season, with an average attendance of 31,050 per game.
4. Arsenal [99.3%]
Even with one of the most expensive tickets in whole Europe, Emirates stadium never disappoints you with their turnout. The capacity of the stadium is 60,355 and still it is nearly full most of the times. Under new manager, Unai Emery Arsenal have made a decent start and are currently 5th on the table.
3. Brighton & Hove [99.4%]
The Falmer stadium has a capacity of 30,750 and it generates an average attendance of 30,569 per game. The crowd is always behind their team and it creates a very good atmosphere inside the stadium.
2. Crystal Palace [99.7%]
Selhurst park is one of the most intimidating stadiums for the opposition team to visit. The stadium is known for its great atmosphere and it sometimes acts as the 12th men for their team. Crowd turnout is not something they should worry about, the matter of concern for them should be their poor start to the season. They have just managed 8 points in the first 11 games and are currently 14th in the league.
1. West Ham [99.8%]
The atmosphere in London stadium is not quite what it was in Upton Park, but still its better than many of the stadiums mentioned above. The Hammers have made a below par start to the season but the fans have continued to show their support which is what football is all about. The average attendance of London Stadium do far has been 56905.
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