Every Premier League club ranked by percentage of capacity filled at their home stadium

Every Premier League club ranked by percentage of capacity filled at their home stadium

Every Premier League club ranked by percentage of capacity filled at their home stadium 19) Burnley’s Turf Moor (capacity 22,546) has been 91.1% full this season.18) West Bromwich Albion’s The Hawthorns (capacity 26,850) has been 92.1% full this season.17) Bournemouth’s Vitality Stadium (capacity 11,464) has been 92.7% full this season.16) Southampton’s St Mary’s (capacity 32,689) has been 93.4% full this season.15) Watford’s Vicarage Road (capacity 21,577) has been 93.4% full this season.14) Crystal Palace’s Selhurst Park (capacity 25,804) has been 96.5% full this season.13) Leicester City’s King Power Stadium (capacity 32,500) has been 97% full this season.12) Stoke City’s bet365 Stadium (capacity 29,876) has been 97.7% full this season.11) Everton’s Goodison Park (capacity 39,600) has been 97.8% full this season10) Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium (capacity 55,097) has been 98% full this season9) Swansea City’s Liberty Stadium (capacity 20,938) has been 98.1% full this season.8) Huddersfield Town’s John Smith’s Stadium (capacity 24,500) has been 98.2% full this season.7) Liverpool’s Anfield (capacity 54,074) has been 98.3% full this season.6) Arsenal’s Emirates Stadium (capacity 60,355) has been 98.4% full this season5) Brighton’s AMEX Stadium (capacity 30,750) has been 98.7% full this season=3) Newcastle United’s St James’ Park (capacity 52,404) has been 99% full this season=3) Manchester United’s Old Trafford (capacity 75,731) has been 99% full this season.2) Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge (capacity 41,841) has been 99.2% full this season.1) West Ham United’s London Stadium (capacity 57,000) has been 99.8% full this season, the best in the Premier League.

The Premier League record attendance was smashed once again this season with 83,222 cramming in to see Tottenham beat their north London rivals Arsenal 1-0 at Wembley.

It was the second time in two months Spurs have smashed the record, as 81,978 visited the iconic stadium to see the Lilywhites beat Manchester United 2-0.

However, as you can see from the gallery above, Spurs have struggled to fill the full percentage of their stadium capacity throughout the season.

With a total capacity of 90,000, it comes as no surprise to see Mauricio Pochettino’s side struggling to completely pack out their temporary home.

But who else struggles to fill out their home ground and who packs out their stadium completely?

Thanks to SoccerStats.com, talkSPORT has ranked every Premier League club by the percentage of the capacity filled in the gallery above.

Click the right arrow, above, to see the rankings in full.

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