MATCHDAY at Elland Road provides the least safe Premier League experience, a study says.
Leeds United’s stadium has seen 610 crime-related incidents since 2010/2011.
It also has the second highest city crime rate after London.
The study analysed violent or public disorders, racist or indecent chanting, alcohol or drug incidents and pitch incursions — before comparing it with the area crime rate.
Leeds had 113 alcohol and drugs incidents, 63 pitch incursions and 174 public disorders.
Man Utd’s Old Trafford, was second with 546 and the third-highest crime rate.
West Ham’s stadium was third, Man City’s Etihad came fourth and Aston Villa’s fifth.
Watford’s Vicarage Road was the safest with 88 incidents. Cheekypunter.com analysed Home Office and police data.