Man United, Liverpool, Arsenal Beat Man City, Chelsea To Become UK's Biggest Club

Man United, Liverpool, Arsenal Beat Man City, Chelsea To Become UK's Biggest Club

- Man United have been named the biggest clubs in the history of the United Kingdom

- The Reds Devils have the most wins in the English league followed by Liverpool

- Arsenal and Chelsea are also in the top-four while Scottish side Celtics are fifth

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Manchester United among other clubs in the United Kingdom have been ranked as the biggest across Britain, Give Me Sport.

Despite Man City's dominance in the last five years, the Red Devils by far are still the best club ahead of their rivals.

In a research conducted by 90min, no team have been able to match United's 20 league titles, 12 FA Cups, five League Cups, three European Cups, a Cup Winners’ Cup, a Europa League and a FIFA Club World Cup.

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United's bitter rivals Liverpool are second winning six Champions League trophies and 19 league title just one short of their oldest enemy.

Despite their struggles in more than a decade, Arsenal are third while high-flying Chelsea occupy fourth spot.

Current league leaders City find themselves in seventh, ranking below Scottish giants Glasgow Celtics.

Here are the the top 50 clubs in Britain:

Man United, Liverpool, Arsenal beat City Chelsea To Become UK's Best Clubside
Alex Ferguson contributed to Man United's success during his spell as manager of the club. Photo by Martin Rickett
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50. Hull City

49. Wigan Athletic

48. Millwall

47. Hibernian

46. Coventry City

45. Huddersfield Town

44. Hearts

43. Charlton Athletic

42. (AFC) Wimbledon

41. Preston

40. Bournemouth

39. Swansea City

38. QPR

37. Stoke City

36. Brighton & Hove Albion

35. Cardiff City

34. Ipswich Town

33. Bolton Wanderers

32. Birmingham City

31. Portsmouth

30. Norwich City

29. Burnley

28. Aberdeen

27. Watford

26. Middlesbrough

25. Fulham

24. Southampton

23. Sheffield United

22. West Bromwich Albion

21. Crystal Palace

20. Derby County

19. Blackburn Rovers

18. Sheffield Wednesday

17. Wolverhampton Wanderers

16. Sunderland

15. Leicester City

14. Nottingham Forest

13. Rangers

12. West Ham United

11. Newcastle United

10. Leeds United

9. Aston Villa

8. Everton

7. Manchester City

6. Tottenham Hotspur

5. Celtic

4. Chelsea

3. Arsenal

2. Liverpool

1. Manchester United

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that Football fanaticism has been taken to a whole new level as Man City fans in Nigeria have organized a 40-day prayer and fasting program to emerge victorious against Chelsea in the Champions League, Twitter.

It might sound funny but since the appointment of former Paris Saint-Germain boss Thomas Tuchel at Stamford Bridge, the Blues have become City's headache this season.

The west London club came from a goal down to defeat the Citizens by 2-1 in a recent Premier League match played at the Etihad.