Wolverhampton, the home of the Molineux, saw the best house price growth compared to other teams in the Premier League according to estate agent comparison site GetAgent.co.uk.
As the Premier League returns this weekend, GetAgent.co.uk has revealed which teams take the top spot for buoyant house price growth.
The site pulled house price data surrounding every Premier League stadium to examine which area has seen the most significant property market improvements since last season.
London house prices increase at highest rate since 2015
In terms of house prices, Chelsea and newly-promoted Fulham see the highest house prices, with the SW6 postcode being home to the average house price in the Premier League at £875,361.
Arsenal (£533,741) and Spurs (£438,788) complete the top four, whilst Brighton (£406,059) is the most expensive club outside of the capital.
House prices in the WV1 postcode have increased by 22% in the past year, closely followed by Manchester United, Liverpool and Everton.
Where house price growth is concerned, Wolves are on the best run of form of all teams in the Prem. House prices in the WV1 postcode, home to Molineux, have increased by 22% in the last year; the biggest increase in the league.
Colby Short, founder and chief executive of GetAgent.co.uk, said: “A very alternative Premier League table and one that is unlikely to materialise where sporting prowess is concerned.
“However, it does demonstrate the diversity of the property market and how high prices don’t necessarily result in positive house price growth.
While London is home to the biggest hitters for overall value, they’ve certainly trailed behind the more affordable locations for price growth since last season.
“It’s also a pretty lousy time to be a Burnley fan. Despite promotion, the club is home to one of the lowest average house prices and the largest decline over the last year.”