By talkSPORT – @talkSPORT
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
The Champions League is back with the round of 16 starting this week.
All five Premier League teams are still in the competition, with none dropping down to join Arsenal in the Europa League.
It’s the biggest stage in European football, but even that can’t guarantee they will pack the fans to the rafters.
Over the last six campaigns some English clubs have been far better than others at getting their supporters through the doors and bwin’s nation of champions did the mathematics.
But which sides have had the fullest stadiums? Click the right arrow to find out.
NOTE: Spurs’ entry looks at the last two seasons when they have been forced to use Wembley as White Hart Lane is refurbished. The 2016/17 season was their first in the Champions League since 2011