New Premier League attendance table compares turnouts for Wolves, Arsenal, Chelsea, Newcastle United, Everton and rivals - gallery

Up until the international break, here’s how all 20 Premier League teams compare for their average home attendance during the 2023/24 season.

The new Premier League campaign has kick-started in style with four entertaining weekends of action so far.

Fans all over the country have been supporting their teams and the emotions have been rather mixed, with some teams exceeding expectations and others going well below par.

Manchester City, leading at the top, are the only side with the perfect start as they’ve won all four matches. At the foot of the table, on the other hand, Burnley and Luton Town are yet to pick up a single point.

Brighton & Hove Albion, West Ham United, Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest and Tottenham Hotspur are some other teams in decent form as they’ve all managed to cement a top-half place.

Newcastle United, Chelsea and Manchester United have all disappointed as they head into the international break in the bottom half. Wolverhampton Wanderers, AFC Bournemouth and Everton have all struggled, too.

But how do all 24 teams compare when it comes to average fan attendance? Based on data collated by Tranfermarkt, here are the mean home turnouts for every team – from the least to the most.