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The 92 English League Clubs Ranked On Atmosphere

The 92 English League Clubs Ranked On Atmosphere

Clubs in the top four divisions of English football have been ranked based on their atmosphere at home games.

Exeter City fan Devon put all 92 clubs in his tiermaker, which contained a total of five different sections - from 'Class' all the way down to 'S***e'.

The controversial grouping saw the likes of Aston Villa, Crystal Palace, Sheffield Wednesday, Sheffield United and Leeds United at the very top, with Blackpool, Liverpool, Bristol Rovers, Bristol City, Wolves, Sunderland and Tranmere Rovers among those in 'Good'.

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Image: PA
Image: PA

In the third category, titled 'Alright', we have the likes of Manchester United, Burnley, Bolton Wanderers, Oldham Athletic, Cardiff City, Derby County, Middlesbrough and Fulham.

'Bad' contains clubs such as Everton, Arsenal, Spurs, Brighton, Chelsea, Leicester City and Norwich City, with Manchester City, Salford City, Watford, Southampton, Queens Park Rangers, Hull City, Rochdale and Plymouth Argyle all placed in the 'S***e division at the bottom of the pile.

Check out the full rankings here:

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These lists are a regular occurrence on 'football twitter.' A few months back, Newcastle fan @MaximxnSZN put three Premier League clubs in his top tier, including soon-to-be champions Liverpool, when rating supporters.

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92 English League Clubs Ranked On Atmosphere From 'Class To 'S***e'
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92 English League Clubs Ranked On Atmosphere From 'Class To 'S***e'

published at5 months ago

Great fans: Chelsea, Leicester City, Tottenham, Middlesbrough, Sheffield United, Manchester United

Good fans: Arsenal, Sunderland, Watford, West Ham United, Swansea City, Charlton Athletic, Hull City, Burnley, Birmingham City, Everton, Nottingham Forest

Okay fans: Barnsley, Derby County, Brighton & Hove Albion, Portsmouth, Morecambe, Blackburn Rovers, Peterborough United, Cardiff City, Doncaster Rovers, Coventry City, Huddersfield Town, Ipswich Town, Bristol Rovers, QPR, Southampton, Sheffield Wednesday, Stoke City, Tranmere Rovers

Bad fans: Macclesfield Town, Millwall, Wycombe Wanderers, Reading, Norwich City, West Bromwich Albion, Crystal Palace, Carlisle United, Preston North End, Fleetwood Town, Oxford United, Rotherham United, Northampton Town, Manchester City, Crawley Town

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City fans won't be happy with their position. Image: PA Images
City fans won't be happy with their position. Image: PA Images

Sh*t fans: Plymouth Argyle, Blackpool, Walsall, Cheltenham Town, Southend United, Shrewsbury, Barnsley, MK Dons, AFC Wimbledon, Grimsby Town, Wigan Athletic, Crewe Alexandra, Leyton Orient, Scunthorpe United, Rochdale, Bristol City, Swindon Town, Exeter, Mansfield Town, Cambridge United, Fulham, Burton Albion, Oldham Athletic, Luton Town

No fans: Bournemouth, Newport County, Stevenage, Bolton Wanderers, Lincoln City, Brentford, Colchester United, Bradford City, Forest Green Rovers, Gillingham

Featured Image Credit: Tiermaker

Topics: League Two, Football News, EFL, Football fans, football league, League One, Premier League, championship

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