Who tops the table when it comes to real estate? The Premier League kicks off again this weekend, but could you afford a place within shooting distance of your team's home ground?

Football fans can now check their team’s position in the property Premier League table because online estate agent Yopa has used Zoopla data to find which clubs have the priciest real estate.

It’s no surprise that the top four teams are London clubs. Chelsea takes the trophy with average house prices near Stamford Bridge sitting at just over £1.2m.

It’s followed by Fullham, who have been promoted back to the Premier League this season, in second place and West Ham United in third, with respective average house prices of £1.14m and £790,000.

Arsenal was pushed out of the top three by West Ham’s move from Upton Park to the London Stadium in Stratford, but it will still set fans back an average of £604,000 if they want to be close to the Emirates Stadium.

Reigning champions Manchester City are only just clear of a relegation spot when it comes to property prices, as homes near the Etihad Stadium stand at a more modest £124,000.

Despite achieving top seven finishes last season, both Everton and Liverpool are in the relegation zone for property prices. But that’s good news for fans looking to be close to the Merseyside based teams, as they can snap up a home for £82,000.

Football fans looking to bag a deal should turn to Crystal Palace, as homes near Selhurst Park saw the biggest drop. Average house prices fell by 6.2%, or £13,000, over the last 12 months from £347,000 to £334,000.

Ben Ainsworth, Yopa’s London property expert, said: “It won't surprise many to see Chelsea at the top again. With Kensington, Knightsbridge and Belgravia as neighbouring areas, Chelsea has some of the most high-demand properties on the planet.

"West Ham’s new residence at London Stadium in Stratford has top transport links into the city. I personally think that the area around Crystal Palace is good value for money and a solid investment.”

Premier league season ticket prices 2018/19 (cheapest adult seats)

Club

Cost

Arsenal

£891

Tottenham Hotspur

£795

Chelsea

£750

Liverpool

£685

Newcastle United

£571

Crystal Palace

£570

Southampton

£570

Watford

£551

AFC Bournemouth

£550

Manchester United

£532

Brighton and Hove Albion

£515

Wolverhampton Wanderers

£509

Everton

£485

Leicester City

£395

Burnley

£390

Fulham

£349

Cardiff City

£329

West Ham United

£320

Manchester City

£310

Huddersfield Town

£299

Homes close to the top three clubs in the property Premier League

1. Two-bedroom flat in Chelsea, London, for £1.2m

Along with all the luxuries that Chelsea offers on your doorstep, Stamford Bridge is a short walk from this chic two-bedroom flat. It's spread over two floors, with high ceilings and huge sash windows making it light and airy. 

Available via Foxtons

2. Two-bedroom flat in Fulham, London, for £1m

Along with stunning views of the River Thames, this two-bedroom flat is right next to Fulham's home ground, Craven Cottage. The £1m asking price will also get you access to communal gardens, a swimming pool, underground parking and a concierge service. 

Available via Marsh & Parsons

3. Three-bedroom detached house in Stratford, East London, for £765,000

This unique detached home was lock house to the City Mills lock for over 100 years and has recently been renovated from top to bottom. It sits just down the river from West Ham's London Stadium and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.

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