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Premier League Clubs Ranked On Turnout Percentage Over The Last Five Years

13. Southampton [93.02%]

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The capacity of Southampton’s St Mary’s Stadium is 32,505 and it was 93.02% full over the last five years. The atmosphere at the stadium is nice. It’s a credit to the Southampton fans who stuck to the team when they were in League One and on the brink of liquidation, and now they’re seeing Southampton playing week in, week out, in the Premier League.

12. Wolves [94.72%]

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The wolfpack has made Molineux a tough place to come for visiting teams. The atmosphere on matchday is absolutely electrifying. Since their promotion in 2018, they have consistently filled their stadium.

11. Crystal Palace [95.8%]

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Although Crystal Palace isn’t as well known internationally as Arsenal or Chelsea, it has a large, passionate fan base in its home district of Selhurst, as well as in surrounding counties like Kent and Surrey. Crystal Palace’s stadium Selhurst Park is one of the most Intimidating grounds for the opponents. Their attendance figures are also consistent.

10. Brighton [96.03%]

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If you ever visit the Amex Stadium, you will fall in love instantly with this amazingly decorated piece of art. It got a facility of 30,750 which is more than a match for most of the top-flight. Brighton has a population of just under 300,000 and there are no such big rivals in the near locality.

9. Chelsea [96.4%]

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Chelsea have some of the most enthusiastic fans around, with a wide following of people of every age. However, last season their average attendance was only 36,443, which was partially due to the sanctions levied by the government upon club owner Roman Abramovich. If previous seasons are an indication to go by, they have one of the best turnout percentages in the Premier League.

8. Newcastle United [96.9%]

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Possibly, the most passionate fanbase in the country, Newcastle’s turnout percentage over the last five years is lower than expected. This is slightly due to the discontentment that Newcastle fans had against their previous owner, Mike Ashley. Their support during the second half of last season was absolutely tremendous.

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