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Top 20 Loudest Football Grounds in Premier League

football supporters Top 20 Loudest Football Grounds in Premier League

Which Premier League team has the loudest home supporters? The answer may be surprise you.

“We have taken a series of measurements on the terraces of each club’s home ground and averaged this out across games and the season,” said Michael Dennis, Fan Chants managing director. Fan Chants is a website that allows you to upload your favorite songs or chants.

In the past, Stoke City has been the loudest Premier League ground, but they’ve been knocked off the top spot. Also surprising is how Wigan Athletic have louder supporters than many Premier League sides including Tottenham Hotspur.

Some of the results may surprise, some may not (such as the team that comes in last place, which are nestled into a cozy ground).

Here are the findings:

  1. Liverpool, 97 decibels
  2. Man United, 94 decibels
  3. Aston Villa, 89 decibels
  4. Everton, 86 decibels
  5. Blackpool, 85 decibels
  6. Stoke City, 83 decibels
  7. Newcastle, 82 decibels
  8. West Ham, 81 decibels
  9. Chelsea, 80 decibels
  10. Sunderland, 80 decibels
  11. Arsenal, 77 decibels
  12. Wigan, 72 decibels
  13. Man City, 71 decibels
  14. Tottenham, 70 decibels
  15. Birmingham, 70 decibels
  16. Bolton, 69 decibels
  17. Wolves, 69 decibels
  18. Blackburn, 67 decibels
  19. West Brom, 67 decibels
  20. Fulham, 65 decibels

What for you are some of the surprising results? Do you believe these numbers or disagree with them? Share your opinion in the comments section below.


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