Boleyn Ground has been the most-packed Premier League stadium this season

According to the latest study from Daily Mail, West Ham United’s home ground Boleyn Ground has been the Premier League’s most-packed stadium this season.

West Ham fans have been rewarded with some attractive football by Slaven Bilic’s men in their last season at Boleyn Ground, before the clubs move to the Olympics Stadium, and they have filled the stadium to 99.8 percent of its capacity on an average.

Second on the list are relegation strugglers Norwich City, who have managed 99.7 per cent capacity at Carrow Road. Premier League big boys Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea take the next three spots.

Relegation favourites Aston Villa figure at the bottom of the list and have managed crowd only enough to fill 80.6 per cent of Villa Park. Sunderland, who are also battling relegation, lie second from the bottom and West Bromwich Albion complete the bottom three.

Here’s the list

1. West Ham 99.8 per cent
2. Norwich City 99.7
3. Manchester United 99.5
4. Arsenal 99.4
5. Chelsea 99.2
6. Stoke City 99.1
7. Swansea 98.8
8. Manchester City 98.7
9. Tottenham 98.6
10. Leicester City 98.5
11. Watford 98.3
12. Bournemouth 97.5
13. Liverpool 97.0
14. Newcastle United 94.5
15. Everton 94.2
16. Crystal Palace 93.9
17. Southampton 93.5
18. West Brom 91.2
19. Sunderland 85.7
20. Aston Villa 80.6

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