Ranking every Premier League stadium on how full it has been in 23-24: Man Utd 10th…
The Premier League is home to some of the best stadiums in Europe, but how full has each ground been during the 2023-24 season so far?
Tickets to Premier League fixtures tend to be like gold dust these days, as the majority of games are sold out on a weekly basis, but the numbers show that some stadiums are actually fuller than others.
We’ve worked out how full each stadium has been so far this season using the maximum capacity and the average attendance of each Premier League club.
Of course, there will be some scenarios where Premier League clubs will be operating at a reduced capacity due to safety reasons or construction work being carried out around the ground.
However, the numbers still make for an interesting read. The most packed-out stadium in the Premier League this season has actually been Kenilworth Road as Luton have reached the maximum capacity in all four of their home matches so far.
It’s worth mentioning that Luton do have the smallest ground in the league as Kenilworth Road holds just over 10,700 fans. It’s got to be a bucket list stadium for plenty of Premier League fans to visit due to its unique charm and character.
Elsewhere, the likes of Tottenham, Brighton, Newcastle, Everton and Arsenal have all filled at least 99% of their stadium on a match day.
At the opposite end of the table, Liverpool have had the emptiest stadium so far. The Reds have only filled 92.3% of their ground on average, although there are some extenuating circumstances as to why this is the case.
Anfield holds just over 54,000 fans, but the club has been working on a slightly reduced capacity of late due to the redevelopment work currently being carried out.
Once the stadium expansion is complete, Anfield will hold around 61,200 fans and we’re sure that it will be packed out on most match weeks in both the home and away ends.
Using attendance figures from Transfermarkt, we have ranked how full every Premier League stadium has been so far this season.
1. Kenilworth Road (Luton Town) – 10,726 capacity, 10,726 average = 100%
2. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Tottenham Hotspur) – 62,062 capacity, 61,872 average = 99.7%
3. AMEX Stadium (Brighton & Hove Albion) – 31,800 capacity, 31,674 average = 99.6%
4. St James’ Park (Newcastle United) – 52,338 capacity, 52,030 average = 99.4%
5. Goodison Park (Everton) – 39,571 capacity, 39,206 average = 99.1%
6. Emirates Stadium (Arsenal) – 60,704 capacity, 60,105 average = 99%
7. London Stadium (West Ham United) – 62,500 capacity, 61,645 average = 98.6%
8. Gtech Community Stadium (Brentford) – 17,250 capacity, 17,012 average = 98.6%
9. Turf Moor (Burnley) – 21,994 capacity, 21,638 average = 98.4%
10. Old Trafford (Man Utd) – 74,879 capacity, 73,493 average = 98.2%
11. Molineux Stadium (Wolves) – 32,050 capacity, 31,330 average = 97.8%
12. Stamford Bridge (Chelsea) – 40,853 capacity, 39,877 average = 97.6%
13. Etihad Stadium (Man City) – 55,017 capacity, 53,437 average = 97.1%
14. Villa Park (Aston Villa) – 42,682 capacity, 41,046 average = 96.2%
15. The City Ground (Nottingham Forest) – 30,445 capacity, 29,195 average = 95.9%
16. Craven Cottage (Fulham) – 25,700 capacity, 24,568 average = 95.6%
17. Bramall Lane (Sheffield United) – 32,702 capacity, 31,218 average = 95.5%
18. Selhurst Park (Crystal Palace) – 26,047 capacity, 24,667 average = 94.7%
19. Vitality Stadium (AFC Bournemouth) – 11,329 capacity, 10,663 average = 94.1%
20. Anfield (Liverpool) – 54,074 capacity, 49,904 average = 92.3%