Tottenham Hotspur have been one of the biggest draws for Premier League TV audiences in the UK this season with an average of 1,286,847 people in the country tuning in to watch each of Spurs’ televised league games in 2019/20, according to Football.London.
That figure is the third-highest average of any club in the league with only Liverpool and Manchester United drawing more eyeballs with an average of 1,662,801 and 1,520,948 people tuning in to watch them respectively.
Chelsea (1,143,175), Manchester City (1,136,054) and Arsenal (1,117,644) round out the top six in terms of viewership.
This means that Tottenham are by far the most-watched team in the capital with almost attracting almost 150,000 more viewers than Chelsea and 170,000 more viewers than Arsenal on average.
Of Tottenham’s games so far this season, their clash against Liverpool last month brought the highest viewership with 2,063,426 people, which also made it the sixth most-viewed game of the campaign so far.
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Despite complaints from some sections of the fan base that the football under Mourinho isn’t as exciting as the football we played under Pochettino, we still seem to be one of the country’s favourite teams to watch. However, if we continue to set up as we did against Leipzig and Chelsea, I expect this figure to be down considerably next season.
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