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Been having a talk with mates and wanted to know views on the best home fans you have visited and the best away fans to come to the Bridge?

 

I only attend away games as last time i was at the Bridge i had some ching-chong sat down with and Ipad on all game (What has gone wrong!!)

 

My views

 

Best Home fans; Newcastle

Best Away fans; N/A (of course the Chels though)

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Noisiest fans visiting us consistently are Man Utd, to be fair they have been for years.

 

Best home crowds for noise was Stoke but their few years in the PL has seemed to diminish their noise recently. I thought Swansea at home have been good, don't like to say it but one of the Nth London teams can make a noise as well, well against us anyway (clue - it ain't Arsenal).

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Noisiest fans visiting us consistently are Man Utd, to be fair they have been for years.

 

Best home crowds for noise was Stoke but their few years in the PL has seemed to diminish their noise recently. I thought Swansea at home have been good, don't like to say it but one of the Nth London teams can make a noise as well, well against us anyway (clue - it ain't Arsenal).

 

Entirey agree with this post.

 

Of Premiership teams I would say United without doubt.

 

Inter Milan a few years ago when they knocked us out the Champions League were also f**king loud to be fair.

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The noisiest Prem away fans to visit the Bridge in noise order are Le Arse, Manure and Bin Dippers.

 

Wouldnt agree with Arsenal at all and would be interested to hear the reasoning why they are listed here. In terms of British teams the id agree Utd always make a big noise, as do West Ham. Personally I like the games when we get a lower division team in the cup the the ticket prices are reduced and they take the whole Shed End, always a cracking atmosphere, in that respect i think Colchester were some of the loudest ive ever heard at SB!

 

Overall though id say a lot of the European teams bring the loudest support, all the German teams fans are always without exception, magnificent. I also recall strong and standout support from Besiktas and Olympiakos but the one that really sticks out for me though was Valerenga in about 1999, for some reason they really just stick in my mind.

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The atmosphere at the bridge is poor we don't have any new songs and the old ones don't be sung as much anymore. I'm a singing and its embarrassing when let's just say I'm in the west stand lower and I join in with the mhl stand and nobody else does. Best away fans at Chelsea in my opinion are stuggart. I stand back after our home leg against them to listen to them it was unreal,it was just me and my mate no other Chelsea fans and they sounded amazing.

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Wouldnt agree with Arsenal at all and would be interested to hear the reasoning why they are listed here.

 

I second that.

Arsenals away support is average in general and probably the least impressive of all the London clubs that visit Stamford Bridge.

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Wouldnt agree with Arsenal at all and would be interested to hear the reasoning why they are listed here.

Ok, over the last 3 seasons my perception has been Arse were louder than Mancs, maybe there's f**k all in it but this has been my view when bang next door to them in East Lower when you can go eyeball to eyeball and all the soppy gits waving their arms around. Maybe I'll give you dues, the red Mancs do give it beans.
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I would say the loudest to come to the Bridge domestically are probably United... West Ham make a fair bit as well for their cup final... I think Arsenal's is terrible tbh. They normally sell out wherever they go but their songs are mostly copied form elsewhere and their other ones are dreary...

 

Best home fans I would say are Swansea. They were brilliant this season at the Liberty and helped their team get their equaliser in the 1-1 and they were also good in the 0-0. Spurs can make a good noise. The Spurs v Chelsea atmosphere at WHL this season was superb from both sets of fans.

 

Best away fans in England.... United, Liverpool, us, Leeds and probably Newcastle

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"Some ching-chong"?????  Are you f**king serious?  I thought they weren't showing Alf Garnett repeats and re-runs of Love Thy Neighbour.

 

FFS, just when I thought some Chelsea fans couldn't go any lower!

 

I'd ask anyone with even the tiniest amount of decency to please ignore this thread based on the point Yorkley raised above.  Comments like that are frankly disgusting in this day and age. (or any other to be brutally honest.)

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I would say the loudest to come to the Bridge domestically are probably United... West Ham make a fair bit as well for their cup final... I think Arsenal's is terrible tbh. They normally sell out wherever they go but their songs are mostly copied form elsewhere and their other ones are dreary...

 

Best home fans I would say are Swansea. They were brilliant this season at the Liberty and helped their team get their equaliser in the 1-1 and they were also good in the 0-0. Spurs can make a good noise. The Spurs v Chelsea atmosphere at WHL this season was superb from both sets of fans.

 

Best away fans in England.... United, Liverpool, us, Leeds and probably Newcastle

 

Spot on regarding Arsenal- they  will fill ends wherever they go but they must have the worst 'song book'of any club out there. They just sing the same old generic/copied songs that all clubs sing and most of the time it's just 'arenal arsenal arsenal', nothing origial and they are not exactly loud either. I also find their support rather cringeworthy in general- this season singing about how RVP is a rapist despite the fact that the rape claims where made long ago (when he was an Arsenal player) and they continued to sing his name oh so proudly for years after that untill he jumed ship to United causing them to suddenly jump on the bandwagon.

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Surprised to see Newcatsle mentioned a couple of times now- never really seem what the fuss is about with their support.

 

They only ever take the 1500 option as opposed to the full 3000 at the Bridge so can't personally consider them amongst the best untill they can fill half the shed end like the other 'big' clubs from up north.

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Can't speak for recent years as I don't go to the Bridge anymore - but in the 70's, early 80's the loudest oppo fans in my opinion were...

 

At the Bridge - Man.Utd, Tottenham, Portsmouth, and Rangers

 

Away - Newcastle, Birmingham, Liverpool, Arsenal and possibly Stoke

 

 

 

 

Probably change my mind tomorrow though...

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I'd ask anyone with even the tiniest amount of decency to please ignore this thread based on the point Yorkley raised above.  Comments like that are frankly disgusting in this day and age. (or any other to be brutally honest.)

new one on me! the red scouse are right up there!

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