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Liverpool Fans Voted Best Home And Away Fans In The Premier League By Rival Fans

Liverpool Fans Voted Best Home And Away Fans In The Premier League By Rival Fans

There's nothing quite like a rendition of 'You'll Never Walk Alone' before a Premier League or European fixture.

Regardless of who you support, you just have to appreciate Liverpool's magnificent support and to put their atmosphere into perspective, a poll of over 4,000 fans of top flight teams have voted Liverpool as the noisiest fans in the Premier League.

Even Manchester United fans have conceded that Anfield is louder than Old Trafford on a weekly basis, not to mention the fact that the Scousers have the loudest away support.

Image: PA
Image: PA

The following results are from a poll by Barclays, including the most likely fans to sing for their team at home and away games. It certainly makes for interesting reading.

Noisiest home fans: 1st Liverpool. 2nd Newcastle. 3rd. Crystal Palace. 4th Manchester United 5th Stoke City.

Noisiest away fans: 1st Liverpool. 2nd Newcastle. 3rd Manchester United. 4th West Ham. 5th Crystal Palace.

Image: Sky Sports
Image: Sky Sports

Back in November, Premier League side Newcastle topped the league for the worst behaved fans in England and Wales for the third time running.

Newcastle fans have been served more banning orders than any other club in the UK, receiving 111 orders, which is actually a decrease on the 124 they received last year and the 132 for the 2014/15 season.

The Premier League club were followed by Wolverhampton Wanderers in second place, with 75 banning orders, while London rivals and Football Factory favourites West Ham and Millwall finished in third and fourth place, receiving a total of 57 and 55 bans, respectively.


Football related arrests have decreased significantly over the past year, with 2017 seeing a 14% drop in arrests, from 1,895 to 1,638 over the last 12 months.

Image: PA
Image: PA

The drop is the sixth successive year the number has fallen, with the 2010/11 season seeing 3,174 fans arrested - an impressive 39% drop in the space of six years.

The most arrests took place in the Championship, this year with 620 fans from the second tier being arrested in comparison with 507 from Premier League clubs.


The full breakdown of the top 10 clubs in the Premier League and overall can be seen below, via the Mirror:

TOP 10

1. Newcastle United - 111

2. Wolverhampton Wanderers - 75


3. West Ham United - 57

4. Millwall - 55

5. Manchester United - 49

6. Liverpool - 44

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The Team That Was Voted The Greatest Premier League XI By Fans

7. Barnsley - 43

8. Chelsea - 42

9. Birmingham City - 41

10. Burnley - 39

Supercomputer Predicts The Final Premier League Table And Liverpool Fans Will Be Very Disappointed

Supercomputer Predicts The Final Premier League Table And Liverpool Fans Will Be Very Disappointed

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= Bristol City - 39

= Bristol Rovers - 39


*Total 507

AFC Bournemouth 4

Arsenal 23

Burnley 39

Chelsea 42

Crystal Palace 22

Everton 30

Hull City 21

Leicester City 10

Liverpool 44

Manchester City 18

Manchester United 49

Middlesbrough 33

Southampton 16

Stoke City 12

Sunderland 23

Swansea City 10

Tottenham Hotspur 28

Watford 10

West Bromwich Albion 16

West Ham United 57

Topics: Liverpool, Football News, Football, Premier League, Fans

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Jack Kenmare is a writer at SPORTbible. He's interviewed some of the biggest names in sport, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Pele, Carles Puyol and Tim Henman. He dabbles in all things sport but football is his biggest passion. He was once hit in the head by a wayward strike from Nicky Butt and lived to tell the tale.