- Real Madrid and Barcelona are the most followed clubs across all social media platforms
- Man United and Chelsea are the only Premier League clubs in the top five but three other English club are on the top ten list
- Juventus, Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich are the other top European clubs in the ranking
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Real Madrid and Barcelona are heads and shoulders above every other football teams supported on social media, The Sun.
The two footballing heavyweight have more followers on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok than any another club in the world, Goal claim.
Los Blancos have a whopping 252 million followers across all platforms while La Blaugrana are second but far behind 250 million people on their list.
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Premier League side Man United have 100 million followers lesser than Ronald Koeman's men to stay in third position.
Serie A champions Juventus are fourth with 104 million followers as many of their fans joined the Italian outfit when Cristiano Ronaldo joined the club back in 2018-19 season.
The Portuguese icon himself has a staggering 278million followers on Instagram, better than many of the club's supporters.
Chelsea complete the top five with 93 million fans and could grow if they reach the Champions League final.
English champions Liverpool have just 92 million while Champions League finalists Paris Saint-Germain have 91 million supporters and are in seventh position.
European champions Bayern Munich, Man City and Arsenal complete the top ten with 88 million, 77 million and 75 million followers across all major social media platforms respectively.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that the Premier League top-four race will see Man City, Man United, Leicester City and Liverpool finish in the top three places, according to a supercomputer, Mirror.
The latest news will not be palatable to Chelsea fans despite moving past West Ham United in the final Champions League spot following a 1-0 win at the London Stadium, the Blues will not qualify for Europe.
With five league games left to play, Football Web Pages have used the power of mathematics and algorithms to determine its effect on the table.