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Highest Average Attendances In The Premier League

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Which clubs have the highest average attendances in the Premier League?

Here are the results for the 2008/2009 season thus far up until October 21, 2008:

  1. Manchester United, 75,482
  2. Arsenal, 60,059
  3. Newcastle United, 47,199
  4. Liverpool, 43,789
  5. Manchester City, 42,871
  6. Chelsea, 41,652
  7. Sunderland, 40,367
  8. Aston Villa, 39,492
  9. Everton, 36,618
  10. Tottenham Hotspur, 36,002
  11. West Ham United, 33,530
  12. Middlesbrough, 28,929
  13. Stoke City, 27,478
  14. West Bromwich Albion, 26,030
  15. Hull City, 24,637
  16. Fulham, 24,498
  17. Blackburn Rovers, 23,299
  18. Bolton Wanderers, 22,644
  19. Portsmouth, 19,891
  20. Wigan Athletic, 17,793

The biggest change near the top, compared to last year, is Sunderland dropping down from fifth place to seventh, which has allowed Chelsea and Manchester City to move higher up the charts.

Interesting fact: It takes Wigan Athletic more than four games to equal the number of fans inside Old Trafford for one Manchester United league match.


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