We take a look at the lesser publicised side of the Premier League and show you which club has the most alcohol related banning orders in place. Using data from the Home Office for the 2014/15 season, the league table takes a very different form to the table we’re used to seeing…
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Top Of The Alcohol Related Banning Orders Table
Manchester United take the 2014/15 title with a whopping 27 alcohol related banning orders. It’s perhaps not the title that the Glazers would have wanted but beggers can’t be choosers.
Sunderland, Aston Villa and Newcastle united make up the Champions League places leaving Manchester City taking 6th place.
Meanwhile at the bottom of the table QPR had the least alcohol related banning orders with just 2 on record. Palace, Hull, Southampton and Swansea just sit above QPR with 3 alcohol related banning orders each.
What is interesting about the table is that the statistics don’t necessarily tie up with the stadium capacity. Aston Villa and Stoke both feature fairly prominently and Tottenham find themselves near the foot of the table.