Liverpool are currently on course to win their first Premier League title.
The Reds are currently unbeaten in their first 16 games this season and have established an eight-point lead over nearest challengers, Leicester City.
As well as being England’s leading team at the moment, they of course also have bragging rights as the best team in Merseyside.
But what other teams in English football are the best team in their respective counties?
Reddit user UltraWorlds has taken the time and effort to name the 48 teams that are the best in their county.
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Every club’s position in their respective leagues have also been listed.
The list may change from week-to-week, but is accurate as of December 8.
View the graphic of the best teams in their respective counties below…
And view the list below:
Merseyside: Liverpool | Premier League | 1st
Leicestershire: Leicester City | Premier League | 2nd
Greater Manchester: Manchester City | Premier League | 3rd
Greater London: Chelsea | Premier League | 4th
West Midlands: Wolverhampton Wanderers | Premier League | 6th
South Yorkshire: Sheffield United | Premier League | 8th
Tyne and Wear: Newcastle United | Premier League | 10th
East Sussex: Brighton and Hove Albion | Premier League | 12th
Lancashire: Burnley | Premier League | 13th
Dorset: Bournemouth | Premier League | 15th
Hampshire: Southampton | Premier League | 18th
Norfolk: Norwich | Premier League | 19th
Hertfordshire: Watford | Premier League | 20th
West Yorkshire: Leeds United | Championship | 2nd
Bristol: Bristol City | Championship | 4nd
Nottinghamshire: Nottingham Forest | Championship 5th
East Riding: Hull City | Championship | 12th
Derbyshire: Derby County | Championship | 16th
Berkshire: Reading | Championship | 18th
North Yorkshire: Middlesbrough | Championship | 19th
Bedford: Luton Town | Championship | 20th
Staffordshire: Stoke City | Championship | 23rd
Buckinghamshire: Wycombe Wanderers | League One | 1st
Suffolk: Ipswich Town | League One | 2nd
Cambridgeshire: Peterborough United | League One | 3rd
Oxfordshire: Oxford United | League One | 7th
Shropshire: Shrewsbury Town | League One | 12th
Kent: Gillingham | League One | 14th
Lincolnshire: Lincoln City | League One | 17th
Essex: Southend United | League One | 22nd
Wiltshire: Swindon Town | League Two | 1st
Devon: Exeter City | League Two | 2nd
Gloucestershire: Forest Green | League Two | 3rd
Cheshire: Crewe Alexandra | League Two | 5th
Northamptonshire: Northampton Town | League Two | 7th
West Sussex: Crawley Town | League Two | 16th
Cumbria: Carlisle United | League Two | 22nd
Somerset: Yeovil Town | National League | 3rd
Surrey: Woking | National League | 4th
Durham: Hartlepool United | National League | 14th
Herefordshire: Hereford | National League North | 12th
Warwickshire: Leamington | National League North | 15th
Worcestershire: Kidderminster Harriers | National League North | 18th
Northumberland: Blyth Spartans | National League North | 21st
Cornwall: Truro City | Tier 7 | 3rd
Isle of Wight: Newport (IOW) | Tier 10 | 10th
Rutland: Oakham United | Tier 11 11th
Liverpool are the best team in Merseyside and currently enjoy a 29-point lead over Everton.
Manchester City are the best club in Manchester, although that gap shortened after United’s 2-1 victory on Sunday.
London is perhaps the strongest county in English football, with five clubs in the Premier League.
They are led by Chelsea, who have a narrow six-point lead over Spurs.
The best club in the West Midlands has fluctuated in recent years, but is currently led by Wolves from Aston Villa, West Brom and Birmingham City.
Elsewhere, Leeds United are the best side currently in west Yorkshire, while Stoke City lead Staffordshire clubs.
Interestingly, ten non-league clubs lead their respective counties.
And a club in the 11th tier actually has those bragging rights.
Rutland is only a small county with an estimated population of 39,697.
And the best club in that county is Oakham United, who are in the 11th Tier of English football.