For fans of all 20 Premier League clubs there is no escaping the lure of social media in terms of feeling connected to each and every morsel of news concerning first-team affairs, transfer gossip and most importantly the scores each and every weekend.
Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are now big business in the table to stand out as an innovative club prepared to engage fans at all levels and make them feel an integral part of proceedings off the pitch.
On the surface you would think money equals the strongest social media presence, but a detailed study from marketing insights company Accepted Socially has attempted to determine who combined quality with quantity in terms of making sure fans get the best possible experience through club channels.
Accepted Socially have taken one of the busiest week's of the season as the source for their extensive look at life online for a top-flight fan, with January 27th to February 3rd analysed at a time when a double round of Premier League fixtures was sandwiched by the conclusion of the January transfer window.
GMS has taken a loop at that report and can now tell you exactly where your club rank in the Social Media league table, with some surprising results.
Click ahead to see where your club stand in the table and feel to share your feedback on experiences with official club channels this season.