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How Full Every Premier League Stadium Has Been This Season

How Full Every Premier League Stadium Has Been This Season

West Ham United's London Stadium tops the list of Premier League ground with the highest average attendance so far this season.

TransferMarkt have collected the numbers which shows the London Stadium has a capacity percentage of 99.9% after totaling an average attendance of 59,925 this campaign.

Chelsea, Leicester City and Arsenal are tied for second on 99.3%, with Norwich in fifth after filling 99.2% of Carrow Road.

Image: PA
Image: PA
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Newcastle United, Southampton and Burnley make up the bottom three as far as capacity percentages go.

The Magpies have protested against owner Mike Ashley numerous times this season, with boycotting of games at St. James' Park being a main fixture in their campaign.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

Check out the whole table below:

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1. West Ham (London Stadium)

Capacity: 60,000

Average: 59,925

Capacity percentage: 99.9%

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2. = Chelsea (Stamford Bridge)

Capacity: 40,853

Average: 40,563

Capacity percentage: 99.3%

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2. = Leicester City (King Power Stadium)

Capacity: 32,273

Average: 32,061

Capacity percentage: 99.3%

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2. = Arsenal (Emirates Stadium)

Capacity: 60,704

Average: 60,275

Capacity percentage: 99.3%

5. Norwich City (Carrow Road)

Capacity: 27,244

Average: 27,022

Capacity percentage: 99.2%

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

6. Brighton (AMEX Stadium)

Capacity: 30,666

Average: 30,374

Capacity percentage: 99.1%

7. = Manchester City (Etihad Stadium)

Capacity: 55,017

Average: 54,391

Capacity percentage: 98.9%

7. = Everton (Goodison Park)

Capacity: 39,571

Average: 39,150

Capacity percentage: 98.9%

9. Liverpool (Anfield)

Capacity: 54,074

Average: 53,143

Capacity percentage: 98.3%

10. Wolverhampton Wanderers (Molineux)

Capacity: 32,050

Average: 31,360

Capacity percentage: 97.9%

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Image Credit: PA

11. Aston Villa (Villa Park)

Capacity: 42,682

Average: 41,661

Capacity percentage: 97.6%

12. Manchester United (Old Trafford)

Capacity: 74,879

Average: 72,710

Capacity percentage: 97.1%

13. Watford (Vicarage Road)

Capacity: 21,577

Average: 20,837

Capacity percentage: 96.6%

14. Crystal Palace (Selhurst Park)

Capacity: 26.047

Average: 25.032

Capacity percentage: 96.1%

15. Tottenham Hotspur (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium)

Capacity: 62,062

Average: 59,384

Capacity percentage: 95.7%

16. Sheffield United (Bramall Lane)

Capacity: 32,702

Average: 30,905

Capacity percentage: 94.5%

17. Bournemouth (Vitality Stadium)

Capacity: 11,329

Average: 10,498

Capacity percentage: 92.7%

18. Newcastle United (St James' Park)

Capacity: 52,338

Average: 48,248

Capacity percentage: 92.2%

20. = Southampton (St Mary's Stadium)

Capacity: 32,384

Average: 29,646

Capacity percentage: 91.5%

20. = Burnley (Turf Moor)

Capacity: 21,994

Average: 20,260

Capacity percentage: 91.5%

Which team do you think has the best ground in the Premier League?

Let us know in the comments.

Featured Image Credit: PA & Arsenal

Topics: Football News, Anfield, London Stadium, Football, Lists, Premier League, Old Trafford

Daniel Marland

Daniel is a freelance journalist for SPORTbible and covers a variety of sports. He also has past experience of working at Manchester United and once locked eyes with Jose Mourinho. He lived to tell the tale.

 

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