Every Premier League club’s average home attendance in the 2019/20 season, so far

19 Nov

It’s almost unfathomable to think how many people watch the Premier League, the organisation claiming a cumulative global audience of 3.2 billion people for all programming watched the action last season.

You wouldn’t be surprised if that number increased this season, though, with some of the incredible and unpredictable action we’ve have seen so far.

Tottenham moved into their new stadium earlier this year
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But what about the lucky ‘few’ who are able to attend matches from England’s top flight?

Tottenham’s brand new stadium, plus the return of Villa Park, we’ve got some big arenas in the Premier League.

So, how full are the grounds around the division?

Below you can see every Premier League club’s average home attendance in the 2019/20 season, so far, with thanks to SoccerSTATS.com.

It should also be noted some clubs differ in the way in which they measure how many people are in their stadiums.


20. Bournemouth (Vitality Stadium) – 10,614

19. Burnley (Turf Moor) – 20,523

Burnley have played at Turf Moor since 1883
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18. Watford (Vicarage Road) – 20,694

17. Crystal Palace (Selhurst Park) – 25,326

16. Norwich (Carrow Road) – 27,043

15. Brighton (Amex Stadium) – 30,259

Brighton play at the Amex Stadium
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14. Southampton (St Mary’s) – 30,395

13. Sheffield United (Bramall Lane) – 30,824

12. Wolves (Molineux) – 31,100

11. Leicester (King Power Stadium) – 32,040

<b>1. Leicester City's King Power Stadium</b>
Leicester’s ground always looks packed
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10. Everton (Goodison Park) – 39,256

9. Chelsea (Stamford Bridge) – 40,591

Chelsea are ninth in the average home attendance table this season
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8. Aston Villa (Villa Park) – 41,696

7. Newcastle (St James’ Park) – 46,125

Newcastle fans are passionate about their team
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6. Liverpool (Anfield) – 52,846

5. Manchester City (Etihad Stadium) – 54,338

Man City moved into the Etihad Stadium a year after the 2002 Commonwealth Games
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4. Tottenham (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium) – 59,607

3. West Ham (London Stadium) – 59,909

West Ham’s stadium divides opinion among fans but it gets high attendances
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2. Arsenal (Emirates Stadium) – 60,317

Arsenal just miss out on top spot with average attendances
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1. Manchester United (Old Trafford) – 73,543

Manchester United are the table toppers in terms of average attendance this season
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