Where Chelsea, Arsenal, Spurs and more would be if Premier League table was based on crowds

Supporters have returned to Premier League stadiums around the country in impressive numbers throughout the 2021/22 season.

After spending month-after-month watching the action at a distance as the Covid-19 pandemic continued to force matches to be held behind closed doors, supporters finally return in unlimited numbers by the time the new season had got underway.

The excitement surrounding the arrival of new-boys Brentford and the return of fellow promoted sides Watford and Norwich City only enhanced the anticipation when the new campaign approached.

With supporters finally back in their seats and the frenzied atmosphere returning to the likes of Stamford Bridge, the Emirates and the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, there was a sense of normality returning to the life of football fans across the country.

With the help of Football Web Pages, London World takes a look at the average attendances throughout the season and sees where clubs like Arsenal, Chelsea, Spurs and West Ham United would lie if the Premier League table was based upon them.

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