Clubs With The Highest Followers On Twitter– Football is one of the top trending topics on Twitter with almost all the football clubs in the world having their verified fanbase accounts on the platform.
Football fans who could not watch live matches often turn to Twitter for streaming and following up events as they unfolds.
One of the ways of measuring a football club popularity is by checking the number of followers they have and in this article we are going to look out ten clubs with the highest followers on Twitter.
Football Clubs With The Highest Followers On Twitter
Juventus is one of the biggest teams in the Italian Serie A on Twitter. The Italian giant has 9.7 millions fans following it’s official page on Twitter.
Galatasaray is arguably the biggest club in the Turkish Premier League on Twitter. The Turkish giant has 11.1 millions fans following it’s official page on Twitter.
8. Paris Saint-Germain
Paris Saint-Germain i has 11.9 millions fans following it’s official page on Twitter. PSG’s fanbase increase massively after Argentine forward joined the club as free agent last year.
7. Manchester City
Manchester City popularity keeps on Increasing everyday. Since breaking into English topflight league and making steady appearance in the UCL, Man City fanbase has skyrocketed. The Citizens currently has 12.1 million followers on Twitter.
Arsenal may have fallen of the ladder in terms of dominant tens in the EPL but are achieved remarkable things under Arsene Wenger which made the club famous.
Under Arsene Wenger, Arsenal achieved the impossible by winning the EPL without a single defeat.This outstanding feats plus their past success earned them huge fanbase and they currently have 19 million followers on Twitter.
Apart from Manchester City, Liverpool is unarguably the best team in England. The Reds currently have a whopping 20.2 million followers on Twitter.
Chelsea became a big club under Roman Abramovich who bought the Club in 2004. The blues has achieved a lot in the last 20 years which has earned them huge fanbase as they currently have 20.5 million followers on Twitter.
3. Manchester United
Despite their poor performance in the past few years, the Red Devils remain the most followed English team on Twitter. They currently have 30.7 millions followers on Twitter platform.
Barcelona currently have 41.2 million followers on Twitter. Even with the departure of Messi, their followers on Twitter didn’t drop.