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Arsenal Misses Out as AI Names the 10 Biggest Clubs in the World
- EPL giants Arsenal have been snubbed in the list of the top 10 clubs in the club
- Despite their rich history, the Gunners failed to make the cut, with rivals Chelsea ranked 10th
- Man United are the highest-placed English side on the list, topped by La Liga giants Real Madrid
Identifying some of the biggest clubs in the world can be a daunting task.
Fans have always been divided on which is the biggest club in the world, with many inclining their opinion towards the teams they support.
However, the artificial intelligence platform, ChatGPT has seemingly put that debate to rest after listing the top 10 biggest clubs in the world.
The list, cited by The Mirror, has been dominated by Premier League clubs, with four of them making the cut.
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According to Chat GPT, La Liga giants Real Madrid are the biggest club in the world, followed by rivals Barcelona.
Both Real and Barcelona have enjoyed significant success throughout their histories, with the latter winning a record 14 European Cup and Champions League titles.
Sporting News reports that the Santiago Bernabue-based outfit won their first continental cup in 1956, with their last coming in 2022.
Manchester United, who are the highest-placed team in the Premier League, are ranked third in the list of the biggest clubs in the world.
Incredibly, despite Arsenal's rich history, Chat GPT had no place for them, with London rivals Chelsea and Man City making the cut.
Here are the top 10 biggest clubs in the world, per AI:
The Blues have enjoyed a stellar reign in recent years that has seen them lift the Premier League title on five occasions.
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The west Londoners have also won two Champions League titles, with their latest triumph coming in 2021 under Thomas Tuchel.
9. Paris Saint-Germain
Despite their failure to conquer Europe, PSG have dominated the French Ligue for years.
The Paris-based club have clinched the Ligue 1 title 11 times and won 14 Coupe de France trophies.
8. Manchester City
Unlike the rest of the clubs in the list, Man City only started to win major trophies in recent years.
Backed by a strong financial muscle, City have won an incredible five Premier League titles since 2011, securing the last four on the bounce.
The Old Lady have dominated the Italian league for years.
The club won nine Serie A titles on the bounce between 2011 and 2020 when the reign was brought to a halt.
6. AC Milan
Milan are the highest-placed team in the list, thanks to their rich history, which includes six Champions League titles to their name.
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The Reds are the only English team with the most trophies in their cabinet.
The Merseysiders have won the English championship 19 times in their history.
4. Bayern Munich
Bayern Munich are the only German team on the list.
With 33 league titles to their name, the Bavarians have been the most dominant team in the Bundesliga.
3. Manchester United
The Red Devils are one of the most successful English teams.
Domestically, Man United have won a record 20 top-flight league titles, 12 FA Cups, six League Cups and a record 21 FA Community Shields.
Barca have won more than 100 trophies in their history.
The Catalan giant have won 22 European and worldwide titles, including five UEFA Champions League titles and a record four UEFA Cup Winners' Cups.
1. Real Madrid
Just like Barcelona, Real Madrid have equally enjoyed significant success on the continental stage over the years.
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The La Liga giants boast the most number of European trophies won by any club.
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