10. Newcastle United – average attendance 50,061
Perhaps a surprise entry in the top ten, Newcastle haven't won a major trophy since 1955, but that doesn't stop them attracting an average attendance of 50,061, with St. James's Park holding a capacity of 52,387. They may have lost 3-1 in their Europa League quarter final first leg away to Benfica, but expect a huge turn out as the Toon Army look to progress to the semis. Click the arrow to see who is number one.
Europe may still be suffering the effects of a global financial crisis, but one area which hasn't been hit quite as hard as others is football.
Stadium's across the continent are still enjoying near-capacity crowds on a regular basis, but which European side boasts the largest average attendance this season?
David Beckham is set to make his Champions League debut for a fourth club tonight. We take a look at some of his best European moments.
David Beckham is set to make his Champions League debut for a fourth different club when he takes to the field for Paris Saint-Germain in their second leg clash with Valencia on Wednesday evening. Should the veteran midfielder start, it will be his first since turning out for AC Milan in 2010, a fixture Milan lost 3-2 to another of Beckham's former clubs, Manchester United.
Jeffrey Schlupp has impressed on trial at Man United, but should the Red Devils look to make his move permanent?
The latest youngster to be taken on trial at Man United this season, blossoming Leicester City talent Jeffrey Schlupp, appears to have caught the eye of Old Trafford selectors after earning a starting spot in their recent 1-0 U21 Premier League victory over Liverpool.
But will Schlupp also become the newest addition to the United's expanding academy? talkSPORT's talent spotter takes a closer look...
We kick off the top ten with Liverpool's Daniel Agger, who has certainly adapted to Brendan Rodgers' implemented passing style, boasting a 90.3% passing accuracy in the Premier League this season. But who is the top flight's most accurate passer of the ball? Click on the arrow to find out.
Off the back of their dominant display against Bradford City in the Capital One Cup Final on Sunday, Swansea City continue to be lauded for their attractive, passing football which, over the past 18 months, has caught the imagination of fans and players alike.
The Swans enjoyed 60% of possession as they grabbed their first-ever major trophy, with Leon Britton controlling the game in the centre of the park, something he has grown accustomed to this season. However, how accurate is the midfielder in possession?
Former Liverpool and Inter Milan boss Rafa Benitez made his long awaited return to football, after officially being unveiled as the new Chelsea boss on Thursday afternoon. The Spaniard, who has been out of the game for nearly two years, succeeds Roberto Di Matteo as head coach after he was sacked following Chelsea's 3-0 loss to Juventus.
Click the arrow for more literal translations of Spanish footballer names!
Everyone’s favourite goalkeeper Pepe Reina is known as a bit of a joker in Spain, but to be honest, people would probably laugh at him regardless, as his last name translates as ‘queen’ in Spanish. With a name like that, he should played for Real ('Royal') Madrid. Click the arrows for more literal translations of Spanish player names!
Spain’s dominance on the international scene and the glamour of Barcelona and Real Madrid in recent years, coupled with the influx of Spaniards to the Premier League, has made many of their finest players and managers household names. Pepe Reina, Juan Mata, Iker Casillas and more are all likely to be familiar to most football fans, but have you ever stopped to think about what their names actually mean in English?
Should Liverpool look to replace Pepe Reina with Asmir Begovic? talkSPORT takes a look
According to reports Asmir Begovic could be about to swap Stoke City for Liverpool, with the Bosnian goalkeeper having become one of the Premier League's most sought-after stars.
Outspoken talkSPORT presenter Adrian Durham has his say on the week's events
talkSPORT Drive presenter Adrian Durham is back with his inimitable take on the world of football. What do you think of his views? Take a read and share your thoughts by commenting below…
David Moyes' first mistake at Man United?
One of the most underrated heroes of the Manchester United success story under Sir Alex Ferguson has been keeper coach Eric Steele. If David Moyes has taken the decision to sack him I can’t help thinking the new Old Trafford boss may well regret that.
Wembley hosts its seventh European Cup/Champions League final when Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund contest the 2013 showpiece event, so talkSPORT is looking back at the previous six games staged at the legendary home of English football.
Happy days for Hibs at Hampden. Honest!
In a new talkSPORT column, Stewart Weir tackles the world of Scottish football. Follow him on Twitter @sweirz
I really don’t know what people are prattling on about this week, saying the Bundesliga must be the best league competition in the world, all because two of their representatives, Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich, have made it through to the Champions League Final on Saturday.
Scroll down to see what's been said this week.
20. Wigan: DW Stadium capacity - 19,173 (76.2% of 25,133 capacity)
We've been told the average Premier League attendances in the recent 2012/13 season are up four per cent on the previous campaign. Instead of looking at whose crowd is the biggest on average, though, we worked out the percentage of the average attendance compared to the stadium capacity. Wigan kick off our list where the DW Stadium saw an average a crowd of 76.2 per cent. Click the arrow to see more average crowds as percentages of the capacity...
Average Premier League attendances in the recent 2012/13 season are up four per cent on the previous campaign. However, it seemed unfair to look at each club's average attendance with there being so much difference between certain stadia, so talkSPORT is looking at the average crowd as a percentage of the capacity and the results are pretty surprising. Click the arrow on the right to see what club tops the list.
What are the best and funniest chants you heard at home or away this season?
As Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund prepare for the seventh European Cup/Champions League final to be staged at Wembley, talkSPORT is looking back at the previous six showpieces staged at the legendary home of English football.
To celebrate talkSPORT's exclusive commentary of the 2013 British and Irish Lions tour of Australia, we have recreated Jim Telfer's iconic 'Everest' speech from 1997, using the great and the good of the sporting world...and Ralf Little.
Telfer's speech is without doubt one of the most iconic of all time, and if our version hasn't got you pumped up, then how about some of these incredible team-talks.
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