We’re forever blowing…. Survey reveals that West Ham supporters are among the most flatulent of the Premier League, with Newcastle Brentford, Man United and Man United all full of hot air.

  • West Ham’s high-flying fans give off twelve toots per match — double the league mean
  • Newcastle, a newly-minted city, came in second place with 11 farts during the games
  • Brentford and Manchester United, which are in serious trouble, round out the four-man blowing top 4.

West Ham United supporters are flying high in Premier League, but they also top another league table by performing the most games at the game.

101greatgoals has conducted a survey that shows Hammers FNAs do up to 12 farts every match.

Over 90% of Premier League fans who were surveyed said they let their hair down during matches.

Fans will feel flatulence if they stick to the traditional matchday meal of beer and pie.

Hammers fans topped the tooting table, averaging 12 admitted farts a match when at matches (file photo)

Top of the heap were Hammers fans who averaged 12 admit farts each match. (file photograph)

Ben Davies (spokesman for 101greatgoals) told the Daily Star, “We all know that football fans enjoy letting off steam during matches. But these discoveries caught us completely by surprise.”

“Football is an outdoor game, otherwise it would cause quite a stink.”  

On average, Hammers fans admit 12 toots every 90 minutes.

Only 6 farts were averaged for the Premier League, which is half of West Ham’s flatulence.

Newcastle United, who are new to the league, was second with 11 farts per match.

Fans of newly-minted Newcastle followed close behind the Hammers with an eye-watering 11 farts a match

The Hammers were closely followed by the Newcastle fans, who scored an impressive 11 goals in a match.

Burnley rounded off the top three of the flatuent with nine pop-offs per Premier League game

Burnley finished off the top 3 with 9 pop-offs per Premier League Game

Burnley came in second with nine trumps per match, while Manchester United was better under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Red Devils fans finished tied-fourth with Wolverhampton Wanderers after allowing eight farts per game.

There was a three-way tie for fifth place with Arsenal, Crystal Palace and Watford all  on seven.

Brentford finished sixth with six farts per match. This was an edge over Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur as well as Leeds United, Liverpool United, Everton (and Norwich City) fans who admitted to at least five matches.

On four games, Leicester City and Southampton were tied for eighth. Aston Villa fans had three.

With just two games, table-toppers Chelsea and Brighton and Hove Albion fans won the match.