A total of 14,508,981 supporters attended Premier League matches in the 2018/19 season, on par with the record amount for last season.
The well supported promoted sides Wolverhampton Wanderers, Cardiff City and Fulham helped give those numbers a boost, replacing Swansea, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion who ended their top flight spells of seven, ten and eight years.
So with the ever-changing fortunes of our beloved clubs, we take a look at how well each Premier League side faired in getting supporters through the turnstiles.
Have a look below and on the next few pages which goes through the list from least full to most full, there were a few surprises:
20) TOTTENHAM HOTSPUR
Tottenham played at Wembley Stadium before moving to their new one. According to SoccerStats, they have a ground filled percentage of 60.3% this season, the lowest in this list like for last season.
Burnley ended up finishing 15th in the Premier League this season, and saw Turf Moor 91.10 per cent full, ranking them at 19th in this list.
18) AFC BOURNEMOUTH
Bournemouth ended up finishing 14th in the Premier League this season, and saw Dean Court 91.90 per cent full, ranking them at 18th in this list.
Southampton ended up finishing 16th in the Premier League this season, and saw St Mary’s Stadium 92.20 per cent full, ranking them at 17th in this list.
Take a look at 16th to 13th by clicking on the next page.