Paris Saint-Germain

Total: 69.9 million fan

Instagram: 23.9 million fan

Facebook: 37 million fan

Twitter: 7.2 million (French), 1 million (Arabic), 326,800 (English), 230,000 (Spanish), 179,400 (Portuguese), 43,000 (Indonesian), 8931 (Japanese)

No other club in the Top 10 has so little English-speaking Twitter followers, but the French World Cup champion is not only the most favourite in their own country, but also attracted numerous followers in the Arabic-speaking world. On Instagram, Paris Saint-Germain even gets into the Top 5.

FC Liverpool

Total: 67.6 million fan

Instagram: 19.3 million fan

Facebook: 34 million fan

Twitter: 12.4 million (English), 861,900 (Arabic), 660,000 (Thai), 177,700 (Indonesian), 128,400 (USA), 109,000 (Portuguese)

Thanks to coach J├╝rgen Klopp, FC Liverpool not only makes a return to glory old days, the current Champions League winner is also catching up with other famous clubs in the social media: 16 million new social followers increased in the last twelve months only. FC Arsenal has been undertaken by Liverpool. No other English clubs has more Arabic-language followers on Twitter than Liverpool. One reason for that is thanks to Mohamed Salah, the Egyptian attacking talent.

FC Arsenal

Total: 67.5 million fan

Instagram: 15.5 million fan

Facebook: 37 million fan

Twitter: 14.9 million (English), 66,000 (Spanish)

The big defeat in the top 10 is FC Arsenal as the “Gunners” missed being qualified for the Champions League for the second time in a row. Even in the social media, they are not too much succeed with a slight increase of “only” 4.2 million followers in the last year which is not sufficient to remain their position among the top clubs. Two years ago Arsenal was still in the top 5, now the Londoners are struggling to secure a place in top 10.

Manchester City

Total: 59 million fan

Instagram: 14.8 million fan

Facebook: 37 million fan

Twitter: 7.2 million (English), 22,300 (USA)

Almost 10 million new followers have subscribed to Manchester City social channels within the last twelve months. Especially on Facebook, the English champion is now quite competitive among the top clubs. On Twitter, the limitation to English-speaking accounts is obvious.