Man Utd News Publishes Biggest Football Club In England Report

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Man Utd News Publishes Biggest Football Club In England Report

March 03
14:42 2023

Man Utd News’ latest feature takes a comprehensive look at the top football clubs in England to answer the question – which is the biggest?

Created to appeal to football fans who want well-researched opinions on football, the report assesses several key elements that contributes to a club’s status.

The categories include stadium size, average attendance, social media footprint, club valuation and the estimated net worth of the owners.

The report also analyses the current squad purchase value, the number of major trophies won, success in the last five years and current form.

To formulate the report on the biggest club in England, has gathered data from several of the most respected names in the business.

They include specialists in sports finance, media and data, thus providing a definitive answer to a question that divides opinions among football fans. The outlets are as follows:

  • Transfermkt
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Instagram
  • Forbes
  • Premier League
  • Football Today

The final report can be viewed at:

Fans have responded positively to the report, with their analysis finally settling a debate that has raged on for decades.

The data was analysed by an experienced team of journalists with knowledge across various disciplines including sport, finance, business and many more.

Each of the sources used are highly reputable, providing authenticity to a report that can be used to inform other features about English football.

The key conclusions from the report found that Manchester United are top of the stature tree in English football, ahead of local rivals Manchester City.

Several elements linked to the Glazer family’s ownership of the club impacted their final score, but they still finished nicely clear of City.

Having enjoyed an upturn in fortunes on the pitch this season, and with a possible future change in ownership also on the cards, United will likely remain England’s biggest club for years to come.

They have fallen slightly behind Real Madrid and Barcelona in terms of global status, but may well overhaul the Spanish duo if everything falls into place.

City’s wealthy Qatari owners have helped them edge past Liverpool in the rankings, although fans of the Merseyside club may argue differently.

There was little to choose between Arsenal and Chelsea in the final report, although the two London clubs are a little adrift of their northern counterparts overall.

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