The stats for Premier League fanatics are out. It is once again the City of Manchester that takes the laurels, though it is not the Blues this time. The Theatre of dreams has recorded the most audience across season of 2018/20.

Despite a dismal run this season, Manchester United fans were always out bouncing for their team. De Gea and United were worst this season in terms of clean sheet but that did not keep Red Devils away from their seats. An average of 74,498 fans were recorded at Old Trafford which is 15000 more than second best Emirates stadium.

While the worst was clearly visible. Bournemouth being able to record only 10,000 round crowd on average, purely because of the space of Vitality stadium.

Here’s a bare look on the highest grossing stadium of season 2018/19

1. Manchester United (Old Trafford) – 74,498

2. Arsenal (Emirates Stadium) – 59,899

3. West Ham (London Stadium) – 58,336

4. Tottenham (Wembley Stadium/Tottenham Hotspur Stadium) – 54,216

5. Manchester City (Etihad Stadium) – 54,130

6. Liverpool (Anfield) – 52,983

7. Newcastle (St James’ Park) – 51,121

8. Chelsea (Stamford Bridge) – 40,437

9. Everton (Goodison Park) – 38,780

10. Leicester City (King Power Stadium) – 31,851

11. Cardiff City (Cardiff City Stadium) – 31,413

12. Wolves (Molineux) – 31,030

13. Brighton & Hove Albion (Amex Stadium) – 30,426

14. Southampton (St Mary’s Stadium) – 30,139

15. Crystal Palace (Selhurst Park) – 25, 455

16. Fulham (Craven Cottage) – 24,371

17. Huddersfield Town (John Smith’s Stadium) – 23,201

18. Burnley (Turf Moor) – 20,534

19. Watford (Vicarage Road) – 20,016

20. Bournemouth (Vitality Stadium) – 10,532

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