This question of who is the biggest football team in the World has been asked many times, caused arguments from family tables to radio shows. However, no one has been able to provide an acceptable answer analysing the clubs popularity, wealth, and power. In this article, we will provide a number of factors and sources ranging from social following to revenue numbers and the clubs’ financial value to help you with your own assessment.
Facebook followers 12 million
Instagram followers 2.6 million
Twitter followers 1.6 million
Worldwide fans: 55 million fans
Revenue: £229 million
Club value: £458 million
Inter Milan were founded in 1908 and shared their the San Siro home ground with AC Milan. ’). The Italian giant with the nickname I Nerazzurri (The Black and Blues) have been suffered a number of poor seasons, leading to a global decline in number of fan reach. Still, they are trying to turn in form and nurture a number of key players performing well. Hopefully, things may soon be turning around for the club.
Facebook followers 9 million
Instagram followers 2.3 million
Twitter followers 1.7 million
Worldwide fans: 22 million
Revenue: £190 million
Club value: £467 million
AS Roma were founded in the summer of 1927, after Roman FC, SS Alba-Audace and Fortitudo-Pro Roma SGS were merged into one.
The Italian giants with nickname I Giallorossi (The Yellow and Reds) finished at second place in 2016/17 season and 3rd place in the 2017/18 season. They are a European giant with 12 domestic honours and one of 4 Italian clubs that are recognised as truly global clubs. Francesco Totti is the clubs most famous player and his loyalty to the club has been contributed greatly in achieving a worldwide fan base of 22 million people for Roma.
Facebook followers 10 million
Instagram followers 3.8 million
Twitter followers 3.2 million
Worldwide fans: 35 million
Revenue: £310 million
Club value: £948 million
Tottenham Hotspur was founded in 1882 by a group of schoolboys then got the nickname Spurs. Although, they have been falling behind their bitter North London rivals, Spurs commercial team have fantastically set a global strategy with a lucrative sponsorship deal with the NFL, and their new stadium at White Hart Lane. All they need to do now is to turn the financial success into on field success to ignite global fan growth.