Premier League's most eco-friendly fan base revealed – where does your club rank? | The Sun

THE PREMIER League's most eco-friendly fanbase has been revealed, with several big-name clubs dropping down the table while smaller rivals overtake them.

Leicester City mirrored their 2016 heroics to top the league, with the greenest fanbase in English football.

They were joined in the eco-Champions League by Fulham, Tottenham and Brighton filling out the top four.

The remaining European qualification spots were taken by Liverpool and Manchester United, in a turnaround from their current fortunes on the pitch.

A survey of 100 fans from each club crowned The Foxes as league champions by asking each a range of green questions on everything from recycling habits to how they travel.

In a shock for some fans, though, three of the 'big six' sat in the middle of the table, with Arsenal ninth, Chelsea thirteenth and defending champions Manchester City tenth.


1.            Leicester

2.            Fulham

3.            Tottenham Hotspur

4.            Brighton

5.            Liverpool

6.            Manchester United

7.            Southampton

8.            West Ham

9.            Arsenal

10.          Manchester City

11.          Newcastle

12.          Aston Villa

13.          Chelsea

14.          Bournemouth

15.          Everton

16.          Crystal Palace

17.          Brentford

18.          Nottingham Forest

19.          Wolves

20.          Leeds

Leeds dropped to last and were joined by Wolves and Nottingham Forrest in the green relegation zone.

This comes as fans across the country take measures to reduce waste and live greener, especially amid the ongoing cost of living crisis.

Nearly a third don't leave lights on in an empty room while watching their team in action, while 29 per cent only boil the amount of water they need for their half-time cuppa.

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Overall, over 60 per cent of fans believe the beautiful game should take steps to become more sustainable.

Victoria Bacon, director of SmartEnergy GB, said: "It is fascinating to learn about the habits of the fans of some of England’s biggest clubs and it’s great to see that many are actively reducing their energy use with the help of a smart meter."

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