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Social Media Football League 2015

SOCIALAMEDIA FOOTBALE LEAGUE 2015 EDITION These days, having a healthy social presence is important. It's no good winning countless cup finals if you haven't got any Twitter followers to brag to. With this in mind we decided to compile our own personal Twitter League to find out who would come out on top if Twitter followers equated to league points. So take a look below and see where your team ranks... ARSENAL CHAMPIONS! PREMIER LEAGUE With a strong overseas following Arsenal hold on to the title for the second year running after a strong push from Manchester United who climb 4 places up to 2nd position. Clubs Followers Arsenal 6,460,000 Man Utd 6,280,000 Chelsea 6,180,000 4 Liverpool 4,920,000 Man City 2,760,000 6. Y Tottenham Hotspur 1,250,000 Everton 652,000 Eerton 8 Newcastle 648,000 9 Aston Villa 528,000 CHAMPIONSHIP 10 West Ham 517,000 Clubs Followers Southampton 440,000 Queens Park Rangers 294,000 12 Swansea 419,000 2 Fulham 264,000 13 Sunderland 397,000 3 Hull City 214,000 14 1 Stoke 372,000 4 Reading 162,000 15 M west Brom 325,000 5 Cardiff City 160,000 16 Norwich 284,000 Leeds United 152,000 17 Crystal Palace 260,000 7 Nottingham Forest 136,000 18 Leicester 228,000 8 Wolves 129,000 19 Watford 105,000 9. Burnley 128,000 20 Bournemouth 97,900 10 Birmingham City 114,000 GERMANY 7-1 BRAZIL 11 Derby County 14,000 12 Blackburn Rovers 96,000 During the 2014 Brazil world cup the most popular match on Twitter was Germany's 7-1 victory over Brazil in the semi-final, which sparked 35.6m tweets: more than the final's 32.1m. The finals 13 Sheffield Wednesday 94,600 broke all twitter records for Twitter 14 Middlesbrough 89,100 with 672,000,000 tweets. Wow, 15 Bolton Wanderers 81,500 16 Brighton & Hove 61,900 17 Ipswich Town 58,900 LEAGUE ONE 18 O Charlton Athletic 58,400 Clubs Followers 19 A Bristol City 58,100 Wigan Athletic 169,000 20 Huddersfield Town 47,000 2 Doncaster Rovers 128,000 21 Brentford 45,200 3 Sheffield United 90,300 22 Milton Keynes Dons 43,900 Blackpool 66,700 23 Preston North End 41,500 Coventry City 57,100 24 Rotherham United 32,800 Millwall 52,300 7 Bradford City 46,100 LEAGUE THO 8 Barnsley 41,200 Peterborough United 39,500 Clubs Followers 10 Swindon Town 39,200 Portsmouth 67,500 Chesterfield 38,000 2 Bristol Rovers 39,300 12 Southend United 34,200 3 Plymouth Argyle 39,200 13 Walsall 33,400 4 Luton Town 36,400 14 Burton Albion 33,100 AFC Wimbledon 34,200 15 Shrewsbury Town 30,800 6. Northampton Town 33,300 16 Fleetwood Town 29,000 7 Leyton Orient 32,600 17 Colchester United 28,400 8 Notts County 32,400 18 I Gillingham 26,100 Oxford United 31,500 19 Scunthorpe United 25,700 10 Wycombe Wanderers 29,100 20 Bury 25,200 11 Exeter City 28,600 21 Crewe Alexandra 24,900 12 Carlisle United 28,200 22 Oldham Athletic 24,300 13 Cambridge United 27,700 23 Port Vale 23,300 14 Crawley Town 27.700 24 Rochdale 22,100 15 Hartlepool United 27,700 16 York City 26,100 17 Stevenage 25,500 18 Newport County AFC 24,900 19 Accrington Stanley 24,700 20 Yeovil Town 24,700 CHAMPIONS LEAGUE, 21 Mansfield Town 20,000 22 Dagenham & Redbridge THE TOP 16 18,600 23 Barnet 16,800 Clubs Followers 24 Morecambe 12,200 Real Madrid 17,400,000 DERBY DAY RIVALRIES Football fans love nothing more than getting one over our local rivals, who wins? Barcelona 16,100,000 Arsenal 6,460,000 SCORE Manchester United 6,280,000 5 Chelsea 6,180,000 Manchester City 2.76m 6.28M Manchester United Galatasaray 5,860,000 Everton 652k 4.92m Liverpool A Manchester City 2,760,000 Arsenal 6.46m 1.25M Tottenham Paris Saint-Germain 2,618,000 Blackburn 96k 128k Burnley Bayern Munich 2,400,000 Blackpool 66.7k 29k Fleetwood 10 Juventus 2,250,000 Aston Villa 528k 114k Birmingham 11 MI Atlético Madrid 1,830,000 Cardiff 160k 419k Swansea 12 Roma 837,000 West Brom 325k 129k Wolves 13 OL Olympique Lyonnais 797,000 Portsmouth 67.5k 440k Southampton 14 Valencia 651,000 Celtic 300k 199k Rangers 15 Porto 543,000 Sheffield Utd 90.3k 94.6k Sheffield Wed 16 Sevilla 537,000 Bristol City 58.1k 39.3k Bristol Rovers TOTAL TWITS Did you know the FA has investigated cases at all levels of the game and the lowest fine that it has meted out was to the St Neots Town official, Mike Green, for remarks that he posted about a referee. Green had to pay £50. The FA is a non-profit organisation so it has put all monies collected from fines back into the game, from grass-roots level upwards. The FA has made over £350,000 in Rio Ferdinand was punished with a £25,000 fine for referring to the mother of a * Twitter user with the Caribbean slang term "sket", which means promiscuous girl or woman. It seems however that Rio didn't learn his leason as he was earlier fined £45,000 to referring to Ashley Cole as a 'Choc Ice' - a term that implies somebody is black on the outside and white on the inside. This was after Ashley gave evidence in support of his then Chelsea team-mate, John Terry, who had been accused of racially abusing Ferdinand's younger brother, Anton. Twitter fines since 2011. Here's a round up some of the biggest fines. The £90,000 fine Ashley Cole received for calling the FA a "bunch of tw@ts" in a tweet remains the largest handed out by the governing body. AON In 2014 Tottenham Hotspur defender Benoit Assou-Ekotto was fined £50,000 for his message in support of Nicolas Anelka's "quenelle" gesture. Assou-Ekotto was also banned for three games. Ryan Babel, then of Liverpool, became the first player to be fined £10,000 after he posted a photograph of the referee Howard Webb mocked up in a Manchester United shirt AIG West Ham United striker Carlton Cole had to pay £20,000 in 2011 for comments he posted during England's friendly against Ghana. CURRENT PREMIER LEAGUE ELEVEN Players Followers @D_DeGea Wayne Rooney 12.1M 2 Mesut Ozil 10M @oscar8 @2ILVA @SamNasril9 3 Sergio Kun Aguero 9.23M 4 Radamel Falcao 9.12M Cesc Fabregas 8.01M David De Gea 4.98M @MesutOzih088 @cesc4official @edenhazard 7 Juan Mata Garcia 4.97M 8 Eden Hazard 4.19M 9 David Silva 3.46M @aguerosergiokun @Falcao 10 Oscar 3.13M @WayneRooney 11 Samir Nasri 2.61M FIFA FIFPRO WORLD XI AWARD 2014 Players Followers Cristiano Ronaldo 38,500,000 2 Andrés Iniesta 11,500,000 3 David Luiz 7,480,000 4 Sergio Ramos 5,830,000 Toni Kroos 3,410,000 Manuel Neuer 3,250,000 7 Lionel Messi (m) 1,350,000 8 Ángel di María 109,000 9. Thiago Silva 72,300 10 Phillipp Lahm (n) 42,000 11 Arjen Robben AND THE WINNER IS... TOTAL: 71543300 (m) official addidas marketing account (n) never tweeted CRISTIAND RONALDO MITH B8.5 MILLION FOLLOWERS! VOU'RE **** AND YOU KNOW YOU ARE! Chelsea FC O @ChelseaFC 11h Happy birthday to @diegocostal #CFC pic.twitter.com/XkdTFaA2a Liam @PedroGodriguez y Follow @ChelseaFC happy 56th birthday :) <3 10:10 AM - 7 Oct 2015 Negative Positive * 12 Of course not everything people tweet about a team is nice. In fact in the 2014/15 season of the Barclays Premier League, Chelsea, who eventually won the title, were also on the receiving end of the most positive tweets. Obviously this takes into account how some clubs generate mentions online for things unrelated to league position. Managers being sacked (Aston Villa), European competitions (Everton) and club scandals (Pearson at Leicester City) all made a big impact. But this also shows clearly how some clubs have larger online followings than their Premier League position reflects. Liverpool sit in second place despite finishing sixth in the Premier League in 2014/15, whereas Manchester City, runners-up in the Premier League, sit in ninth place. netvouchercodes DO YOU FOLLOW YOUR TEAM? Sources: www.8blt-football.com www.twitter.com http://www.theguardlan.com/technology/2014/jul/15/twitter-world-cup-tweets-germany-brazil https://www.brandwatch.com/2015/03/study-everything-you-didnt-know-about-premler-league-soclal-data/ http://www.theguardlan.com/football/2014/oct/30/fa-fines-rio-ferdinand-twitter A big thanks to 8bit-football.com for his awesome pixel art footballers www.premierleague.com www.football-league.co.uk Bkit-fastbäll.cam Stats correct at date of creation 26/10/2015 Mention Volume Arsenal 回 0 图 Aston Villa Burnley FC Chelsea Crystal Palace Everton Hull City Leicester City Liverpool Man City Man United Newcastle の 少 国 QPR 回 C Southampton Stoke City Sunderland Swansea City Tottenham West Brom West Ham

Social Media Football League 2015

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Updated for 2015 we take a look at the twitter followers for each of the 72 football league teams and Europes elite.

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