Which Premier League club holds the highest record attendance?
By Adam Smith
Last Updated: 01/02/18 8:49am
Tottenham and Manchester United set a new Premier League attendance record at Wembley on Wednesday. But what is each club's largest crowd?
Spurs were granted permission to play up to 27 matches at the 90,000-capacity national stadium this season, while construction work continues on their new ground at White Hart Lane.
And as they defeated Manchester United, they did so in front of a record Premier League crowd of 81,978.
However, in 2016/17, 85,512 fans watched Mauricio Pochettino's side take on Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League at Wembley - the record attendance for an English club at home.
Tottenham played in front of 80,827 supporters when they beat Liverpool 4-1 at Wembley earlier this season, while the previous Premier League record had been held by Manchester United, who hosted Aston Villa in front of 76,073 at Old Trafford in January 2007.
But what are the top attendances recorded by other clubs in the Premier League? Here, we count down all 20 current clubs' record home attendances...