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The 50 biggest football clubs in Britain



The UK has witnessed some of the biggest and most supported football clubs in the World. Below we have ranked these clubs on the basis of wins, fan following, trophies, popularity to give you .

1. Manchester United

It is not only the biggest club in Britain but also one of the biggest clubs in the whole world.

2. Liverpool

One of the most fervently followed football clubs in the world, the stadium of the club is known for its great atmosphere.

3. Arsenal

 London’s biggest club who also had the Premier League’s only unbeaten season. Chelsea is their biggest competitor in London.

4. Chelsea

The club has a continued history of being a good football club and is a successful English club.

5. Manchester City

Believed to be the British club with the major South American charisma, a team, which has seen good investment in their club.

6. Celtic

A club with one of the most passionate fans in the world. It was the first British club to win the European Cup.

7. Tottenham Hotspur

A club that is known to show consistency in their performance for the most part. It now has the best stadium in the country. 

8. Everton

 The team is massive and is known for good performance.

9. Aston Villa

 The most successful club in the Midlands.

10. Newcastle United

 The club has some of the best fans in the country.

Leeds United players sporting their special warm-up t-shirts before their game against Liverpool. (imago Images)

Leeds United players sporting their special warm-up t-shirts before their game against Liverpool. (imago Images)

11. Leeds United

The club had some serious success in their recent past.

  1. West Ham United

Despite being in the biggest city, the club has been unable to show the top performance.

13. Rangers

Once the biggest club in Britain, the club has been unable to show good performance in the recent past.

 14. Leicester City

The club’s profile and status was hugely enhanced by their amazing title win in 2016.

15. Nottingham Forest

One of the  oldest football league clubs in England.

16. Wolverhampton Wanderers

The club have won most domestic titles a few times, but still have a lot to prove.

 17. Sunderland

The team has a huge stadium and passionate fans.

18. Southampton

Another team with a good stadium and great fanbase.

19. West Bromwich Albion

 One of the biggest clubs from the midlands.

  1. Crystal Palace

 A very good team and supportive fans. With proper investment they can reach new heights.

21. Stoke City

 They won the League Cup in 1972, which was their major win.

22. Derby County

 Considered one of the biggest football clubs in the UK they have a lot to prove.

23. Sheffield Wednesday

The club has great power but is still waiting for their big opportunity.

24. Sheffield United

The club has won the league titles once and the FA Cup four times. 

25. Blackburn Rovers

 The club was established in 1875 and has won the Premier League.

26. Fulham 

The oldest team in London and won the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 2002.

27. Birmingham City

A big team but they still have not won many trophies.

28. Norwich City

A club that needs to work hard.

29. Middlesbrough

A team with a good fanbase.

  1. Watford

The team has never won a major trophy.

31. Aberdeen

The club started winning under but has shown good performance without him as well.

32. Burnley

They made their latest Premier League debut in 2009. 

 33. Portsmouth

 In 2008 they had their FA Cup win after 60 years.

 34. Bolton Wanderers

The club played at Burnden Park for 102 years from 1895. In 1946, a disaster in the field took the life of 33 fans.

35. Swansea City

The club was established in 1912 and got into the Southern League, winning the Welsh Cup in their introduction season. 

36. Ipswich Town

 A medium-sized team, which has been unable to show magic for long.

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - MAY 13: Mohamed Salah of Liverpool scores his sides first goal during the Premier League match between Liverpool and Brighton and Hove Albion at Anfield on May 13, 2018 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)

Mohamed Salah scores against Brighton in the May 2018 encounter to break the Premier League scoring record for most goals scored in a single season by a player. (GETTY Images)

37. Brighton & Hove Albion

 The team had a four-year stay in the First Division in the early 80s

38. Cardiff City

Cardiff City was unable to show much magic in football and the fans are also usually troubled.

 39. Bournemouth

They have a small stadium, but their performance has improved.

 40. QPR

 A well-known club, but they have hardly won any trophies.

 41. Huddersfield

 They have a huge history but unfortunately have not shown good performance for long.

 42. Preston

 England’s first league champions that has not been in the top flight since 1961

 43. AFC Wimbledon

 In the 80s and 90s, the club performed well, however, that has changed now.

 44. Charlton Athletic

 A London club, it is the location that makes it worthwhile.

 45. Millwall

 Nothing much to say about this team.

 46. Hearts

 They are good when it comes to winning Scottish Cup.

 47. Wigan Athletic

 A small club, which is now all set to grow bigger.

 48. Coventry

 The club is falling!

 49. Hull City

 The club has enhanced a bit in their performance since Phil Brown came in. 

 50. Hibernian

 A club that needs a lot more!





A massive Liverpool fan with a twisted sense of humour, guess that's what supporting the Reds does to you. Left behind the corporate world to set up The Kop Times