ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 10: Crows fans celebrate after the AFL 1st Elimination Final match between the Adelaide Crows and the North Melbourne Kangaroos at Adelaide Oval on September 10, 2016 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images)

Earlier this week, we had a look at each club’s overall attendance for season 2017 thus far. This time, we’re looking at which club has the best home fans, with every side’s average home crowd this season.

Essendon tops the list, with an average crowd of over 60,000 this season.

Richmond and Collingwood are next on the list, followed by Adelaide and Port Adelaide, who are both averaging over 40,000 per home game.

2017 home average home match attendance:

Club Home games Avg attendance
Essendon 5 60,719
Richmond 5 60,654
Collingwood 5 52,037
Adelaide 5 46,570
Port Adelaide 4 43,385
Carlton 5 42,321
Western Bulldogs 4 38,932
West Coast 5 38,528
Sydney 5 33,021
Geelong 5 32,458
Fremantle 5 32,106
Hawthorn 5 30,980
St Kilda 6 30,364
Melbourne 5 30,308
North Melbourne 6 20,109
Brisbane 4 17,174
Gold Coast 5 12,775
GWS 5 10,658
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