The Top 8 Best Football Fans in England
Football is one of the most loved sports in the world. Fans are spread all over the planet but it's England, known for its passionate fans, who are considered to have the best supporters worldwide. That raises the question then - which clubs have the best football fans in England?
Best Football Fans in England?
Every football fan will lay claim that their club has the best football fans in England. As a neutral I'll determine who the best fans in Premier League football are based on the following:
- Loudest football fans
- Best matchday experience
- Most passionate football fans
- Best stadium matchday menu
8. Wolverhampton WanderersThe Wolverhampton fan base is one of the fastest growing in the Premier League with the Wolves global brand showing signs of explosive growth. Wolverhampton, on the back of their rise, have even launched a high end fashion range in China.
It's a world apart from the "Dingles" nickname rival supporters have given to Wolves fans in reference to the fictional family from the British soap opera Emmerdale.
According to American Factman it's Wolves fans who are the loudest Premier League fans. Fans at the Molineux generate 85 decibels of sound over a 90-minute period which is just below the sound levels of a Boeing 737. It's remarkable considering the capacity of the Molineux is just over 31,000.
The noise of a packed Molineux 🐺👌 pic.twitter.com/odYr7yTElc— Casual Ultra (@thecasualultra) November 22, 2020
7. Crystal Palace
Rivals of Crystal Palace see them as boring and call them "Stripey Nigels". That's far from the truth as Crystal Palace supporters are among the loudest football fans in England. In fact, a fan poll ranked them third for most noisiest Premier League fans and second most likely to sing for their team.
When it comes to football in London, Crystal Palace are overshadowed by their more fashionable London rivals. But the South London club has been voted as having the best matchday experience in England.
Selhurst Park is one of the last remaining examples of Archibald Leitch football architecture and the old fashioned brown-brick facade and stadium atmosphere is how a stadium should look and feel.
“Palace fans are in a league of their own.”⁰Ep 5 of our #92ClubChallenge with @FotMob is at Selhurst Park and it’s a big one. What a stadium... This one’s for you @CPFC fans. pic.twitter.com/NggzoofjgC — COPA90 (@Copa90) October 21, 2021
6. Manchester United
Manchester United are the most supported club in England and third in the world. The club is so popular all over the world thanks to the success of the Alex Ferguson era where Manchester United won 13 Premier League titles during a 26-year reign.
It's little wonder rival fans describe Manchester United fans as "glory hunters", but the dedication of fans sticking by their team during the failed days of David Moyes and beyond, is proof that fans of the Red Devils are up their with the best in the league.
One of the best places to watch football on the planet is at the world famous 75,000 capacity Old Trafford. The Manchester United Red Café on the third floor of the Sir Alex Ferguson stand is a must visit for any die-hard Red Devils fan.
Old programme covers on display in the Red Cafe at Old Trafford pic.twitter.com/xDz6x8lxC6— Man Utd Collectors (@MUFCMemorabilia) June 9, 2019
5. Aston Villa
Despite the lack of emotional return, Aston Villa fans are among the most loyal fan bases in England. Villa Park is considered to be the best stadium experience in the UK and has one of the best matchday menus with a diverse range of dishes headlined by the famous chicken balti pie.
Aston Villa is a popular club with a large fan base and boisterous support across the Midlands. Villa Park is one of the most filled stadiums in the Premier League and is almost always above 98% full despite their up and down success.
Villa Park's away fan allocation is tucked in behind the Doug Ellis Stand and is close by to the vocal North Stand home supporters. The result is one of the best matchday experiences in the Premier League with spine-tingling back-and-forths between both sets of fans.
Were going up. Your going down....UTV@AVFCOfficial @villareport @TheVillaForum @AVFC_Fanly @ProjectB6_ @oldmansaid pic.twitter.com/CVkYWwl8Q7— Del Thom (@derekjohnthom) February 11, 2018
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Great post my friend i love it,
Where is Chelsea's Fans?
I'm a Man United fan and I totally agree with you. Just the fact that man united fans still stick to the club after their dreadful last season is enough proof
They also serve the best prawn sandwiches at Old Trafford!
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I think Egland in general has a great fan base. They are always getting put into the shadows by the few that are behaving badly but I think that the majority are just enjoying football a lot. Great post once again! :)