Tottenham have come out on top in this year’s Premier League Sustainability Rankings, following the latest study from BBC Sport and the United Nations.
It marks the second year in a row that Spurs have come out on top in the rankings, with Liverpool joining them at the summit this time around.
Arsenal were the second-highest ranked London side, sharing fifth place with Manchester United, while Chelsea only mustered a 10th-placed finish, behind Norwich City, Everton and Brighton.
West Ham and Crystal Palace both dropped down the rankings and shared 15th in this year’s table. Newcastle United prop up the table with a score of just 10, 13 fewer points than Liverpool and Tottenham managed.