Premier League fans who are best in bed revealed – where does your team rank? | The Sun

MALE Chelsea fans are the best lovers in the Prem — in stark contrast to their side’s performances, a poll claims.

More than one in ten women — 12 per cent — said a Blues supporter had been their most memorable partner.

It comes amid Chelsea’s disappointing start to the season, languishing in mid-table despite spending fortunes.

Meanwhile, Brentford fans were at the bottom end of the lovers’ table.

Just one per cent recalled a passionate fling with a Bees follower.

Liverpool fans came second, with ten per cent of lovers raving about them, according to the poll of 1,100 female fans by



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Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur fans came joint third with nine per cent.

Arsenal fans came fourth on eight per cent just ahead of Sheffield United and Wolverhampton Wanderers fans.

Spokesman John Pentin said: “Chelsea may be a little mediocre on the pitch this season but their fans are on fire in the bedroom.

“Sadly for Brentford however its fans are the worst in the Premier League in the bedroom.”

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Which football fans by team are the best lovers according to a poll of 1,100 women.

  • Chelsea – 12 per cent
  • Liverpool – 10 per cent
  • Manchester United – 9 per cent
  • Tottenham Hotspur – 9 per cent
  • Arsenal – 8 per cent
  • Sheffield United – 7 per cent
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers – 7 per cent
  • Everton – 6 per cent
  • West Ham United – 6 per cent
  • Aston Villa – 5 per cent
  • Bournemouth – 5 per cent
  • Luton Town – 4 per cent
  • Burnley – 3 per cent
  • Manchester City – 3 per cent
  • Brighton and Hove Albion – 2 per cent
  • Crystal Palace – 2 per cent
  • Newcastle United – 2 per cent
  • Fulham – 2 per cent
  • Nottingham Forest – 2 per cent
  • Brentford – 1 per cent

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