Football without fans is dead. This is certainly true because it is the supporters that make the game beautiful to watch and play. They also give results a meaning. Manchester City is currently winning trophies but they can’t compare their fanbase to that of their neighbors Manchester United. Today, we want to look at the latest numbers when it comes to Official Supporters’ Clubs for European clubs around the World. Who is the King in the Fan Zone?
7. AC Milan- 756 Supporters’ Clubs
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— AC Milan (@acmilan) November 8, 2018
UEFA Champions League second most successful club AC Milan is slowly making progress after several years of struggle. The club is currently fourth on the Serie A table thanks to Genero Gattuso hard work. The San Siro giant is seventh globally with 756 Supporters’ Clubs. This shows the club still command a huge following around the World.
6. Atletico Madrid- 832 Supporters’ Clubs
La Liga top three clubs seem to be investing a lot to grow their brands across the World. Atletico Madrid has made massive progress in the last 10 years thanks to Diego Simeone unique football style. They have reached 2 UEFA Champions League finals, lifted La Liga, Europa League, and UEFA Super Cup among others. In the fans League, they are ranked 6th with 832 Supporters’ Clubs.
5. Dortmund- 839 Supporters’ Clubs
Borussia Dortmund biggest test this season is coming this weekend because they are going to play defending champions Bayern Munich. The Bundesliga leaders are yet to lose a single match in the League so far. In the fans zone, we all know the yellow wall. When it comes to supporters’ clubs, they are 5th on the list with 839.
4. Inter Milan- 918 Supporters’ Clubs
— MauroIcardi (@MauroIcardi) October 22, 2018
Inter Milan is back and they are not joking with any team. The San Siro giant is looking comfortable both domestically and in Europe. They are joint-second on the Serie A table behind Juventus. In UEFA Champions League, it is almost certain they will go through to the last 16 alongside Barcelona unless Tottenham pulls off a miracle. When it comes to supporters’ clubs, they are ranked fourth with 918 cheering the black and blues.