Study reveals the bad habits of football fans

6 May 2016

Football - bad habits

According to the Daily Mail, a new study has revealed the bad habits football fans pick up during the season.

Man U

Over half of all Manchester United fans eat takeaway three times a week.


Chelsea supporters are the biggest boozers, with 48 per cent drinking four pints, on average, during matches.


According to the Diet Chef survey, 63 per cent of Arsenal fans admitted to neglecting their partners during the season.

West Ham

West Ham supporters gamble the most and smoke the most, with an average gambling spending of £25 per game and 35 per cent of fans smoking on match days.

Manchester City

34 per cent of Manchester City fans said they go up a waist size by the end of winter.

Tottenham Hotspurs

If you’re married to a Tottenham Hotspurs supporter, it’s not good news – over 20 per cent of Spurs fans neglect their sex lives during the football season.

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