Premier League attendance table compares turnouts for Aston Villa, Liverpool, Man Utd, Tottenham and West Ham - gallery
Here’s how all 20 clubs in the Premier League compare for their average home attendances during the 2023/24 season up until the international break.
After four exhilarating weekends of action, the 2023/24 Premier League season is very much underway.
Supporters up and down the nation have been backing their clubs and emotions have been mixed, with some teams slumping well below par but others exceeding expectations.
League leaders Manchester City are the only side with the perfect start as they’ve won all four games so far. At the bottom, meanwhile, Luton Town and Burnley are yet to pick up a single point.
Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Brighton & Hove Albion, Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest are some other teams in good form as they’ve all managed to cement a place in the top half.
On the other hand, Manchester United, Chelsea and Newcastle United are all in the bottom 10 after a disappointing start. Everton, Wolverhampton Wanderers and AFC Bournemouth have all struggled, too.
But how do all 24 clubs compare when it comes to fan attendance so far? Based on data collated by Tranfermarkt, here are the average home turnouts for every team – from the least to the most.