House prices in the postal districts of the 20 clubs kicking off the 2013/14 season have risen by £353 a week on average over the last 10 years, according to research by Halifax.
Prices in these areas have increased by around 135% over the decade, meaning they have risen at twice the 68% rate of increase typically seen nationwide over the period.
The average house price in the 20 Premier League stadium postal districts is £319,800, which is one third higher than the average house price across England and Wales of £240,300.
- Manchester City, Etihad, £89,489, 259%
- Hull City, KC Stadium, £75,517 162%
- Chelsea, Stamford Bridge, £851,812, 102%
- Fulham, Craven Cottage, £851,812, 102%
- Arsenal, Emirates, £641,665, 101%
- Sunderland, Stadium of Light, £91,611, 97%
- Liverpool, Anfield, £63,974, 97%
- Everton, Goodison Park, £63,974, 97%
- Stoke City, Britannia Stadium, £110,779, 85%
- Spurs, White Hart Lane, £284,713, 77%
- Swansea City, The Liberty Stadium, £105,995, 75%
- Man United, Old Trafford, £178,545, 69%
- Aston Villa, Villa Park, £98,919, 69%
- West Brom, The Hawthorns, £120,841, 55%
- Cardiff City, Cardiff City Stadium, £171,270, 46%
- Crystal Palace, Selhurst Park, £198,463, 42%
- West Ham Utd, Upton Park, £193,734, 36%
- Norwich City, Carrow Road, £164,332, 35%
- Southampton, St Mary's, £170,074, 18%
- Newcastle United, Sports Direct Arena, £135,251, minus 11%
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