West Ham continues to lead capacity filled table in the Premier League

26 Sep, 2023
written by Sean Whetstone
West Ham continues to lead the capacity filled stadium table in the Premier League both last season and this season.
Premier League season 2022/2023 capacity of stadium filled table based on official attendances/tickets sold all 19 home games last season.
 1. London Stadium (West Ham) – 62,500 capacity, 62,460 average = 99.94%
 2. St James’ Park (Newcastle) – 52,338 capacity, 52,127 average = 99.6%
 3. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium (Tottenham) – 62,062 capacity, 61,585 average = 99.23%
 4. Emirates Stadium (Arsenal) – 60,704 capacity, 60,191 average = 99.15%
 5. Goodison Park (Everton) – 39,571 capacity, 39,232 average = 99.14%
 6. Brentford Community Stadium (Brentford) – 17,250 capacity, 17,080 average = 99.01%
 7. AMEX Stadium (Brighton) – 31,800 capacity – 31,477 average = 98.98%
8. King Power Stadium (Leicester) – 32,273 capacity, 31,871 average = 98.75%
9. Old Trafford (Manchester United) – 74,879 capacity, 73,815 average = 98.58%
10. Anfield (Liverpool) – 54,074 capacity, 53,177 average = 98.34%
11. Molineux Stadium (Wolves) – 32,050 capacity, 31,499 average = 98.28%
12. Stamford Bridge (Chelsea) – 40,853 capacity, 39,999 average = 97.91%
13. Villa Park (Aston Villa) – 42,682 capacity, 41,679 average = 97.65%
14. Etihad Stadium (Manchester City) – 55,017 capacity, 53,249 average = 96.79%
15. Elland Road (Leeds United) – 37,890 capacity, 36,525 average = 96.4%
16. Selhurst Park (Crystal Palace) – 26,047 capacity, 25,030 average = 96.1%
17. The City Ground (Nottingham Forest) – 30,445 capacity, 29,188 average = 95.9%
18. Craven Cottage (Fulham) – 25,000 capacity, 23,766 average = 95.1%
19. St Mary’s Stadium (Southampton) – 32,384 capacity, 30,416 average = 93.9%
20. Vitality Stadium (Bournemouth) – 11,329 capacity, 10,304 average = 91.0%
This season West Ham have retained the highest percentage of stadium capacity tickets sold in the Premier League this season.
West Ham v Chelsea home attendance = 62,470 (99.95%)
West Ham v Manchester City home Attendance = 62,475 (99.96%)
Average of 99.956% capacity over first two home games with only 55 tickets which did not sell for the 62,500 capacity London Stadium this season.


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