Bristol City rank in Top 10 of vital EFL sustainability table but do they beat Norwich, Burnley and Watford?

Bristol City has celebrated ‘leading chance across football’ but there was never much doubt which EFL club would nab the top position in the table.

Bristol City are flying high in a new league table shared by the EFL showing the country's most sustainable football clubs.

In a bit to make the sport more environmentally friendly, the Sport Positive group have worked with the EFL and clubs to produce the table.

Teams were marked across 11 key areas which were weighted in importance from energy (four points), transport (three points) and plastic (two points) to education and communications (both one point).

Bristol City come out with the best clubs in the ranking and celebrated the achievement today.

Club Director, Gavin Marshall said: “We’re pleased to be among the clubs leading change across football. We recognise that we have an impact and are working hard to mitigate that across a number of key areas.

"Sport clearly has a long way to go but it feels like clubs are finally waking up to the challenge."

Scroll through our gallery below to see just how high Bristol City rank in the top 10 and who, if any, pip the club to the title.

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