Top 7 Football Clubs with Most Social Media Followers on Twitter: There is no doubt to the fact that Football is the most watched sport in the entire world. The game has grown to amass billions of followers through out the 7 continents. Football clubs around the world are seeking to expand their social media influence. For instance, giant clubs in La Liga have expanded their fan base into Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. The more fans a club has, the more it increases its reputation and revenue base through televised games. Today, we shall look at the top 7 clubs around the world with the most social media followers. Twitter will be our main reference point. These numbers are as of 7/3/2022.
1.Real Madrid(40.3 Million Followers).
The club rose to the glory of more social media followers probably because of its consistency in winning the UEFA champions league.
2. Barcelona(40.3 Million followers).
It is one of the giant clubs in La Liga. The club draws most of its social media followers from die hard fans of Lionel Messi. Now that the legend has left the club, will be followers reduce?
3.Manchester United(30 Million followers)
The club has the highest twitter follows in English premier league.
4.Chelsea(19.8 million followers)
The fan base has risen during the reign of Roman Abramovic. The club has overtaken Arsenal FC to be among the top four most followed on the blue app.
5.Arsenal (18.8 million followers)
Despite flopping continuously in football standings, the club still has a good number of followers. Arsenal’s owner Stanley Kroenke has been criticized severally, many blaming him on how he handles the club poorly.
6.Man City(11.7 million followers).
Very soon, City will be one of the giant football clubs around the world. They have got quality players and their training grounds are on another level. There is no doubt to the fact that Pep Guardiola has written his name among the best coaches of Manchester City.
7.Juventus(9.7 million followers).
Clubs from the Italian Seria A have had minimal fans but Juventus is currently improving and better days are definitely ahead.