A PREMIER LEAGUE stadium capacity table shows Leicester have the most filled top-flight arena.
But it’s bad news for Tottenham, who are SECOND-LAST and miles behind north London rivals Arsenal.
Leicester’s King Power Stadium boasts over 32,000 seats.
And they regularly fill an incredible 99.1 per cent of their capacity at each home game.
Second on the list is Norwich’s Carrow Road with 98.9 per cent.
Meanwhile, Arsenal are third with the Emirates securing an average of 98.4 per cent.
That’s virtually 7 per cent more than neighbours Tottenham.
Antonio Conte’s side are enjoying life at their plush £1billion new stadium, which holds over 62,000 seats.
But on average, Spurs are filling up just 89 per cent of their new home.
However, it’s relegation-threatened Burnley who are bottom of the pile.
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Turf Moor only holds just under 22,000 seats.
But the Clarets can only boast an average capacity percentage of 86.4.
Elsewhere, Liverpool are fifth with 98.1 per cent at Anfield.
And Man Utd are eighth with 97.6 per cent at Old Trafford.
Man City, often mocked by other sides for empty seats at the Etihad, have an impressive 95.7 per cent.
Meanwhile, Chelsea are 15th with a 93.1 per cent score at Stamford Bridge.