Twitter thread of every Premier League club if they were a drink goes viral

Sheffield United v Leicester City - Premier League

Premier League football is best enjoyed with a drink.

Whether that's chugging down a pint at the pub, sipping on a soft drink in the stands or watching the early kick-off with a mug of coffee, you can't beat a nice refreshment during the beautiful game.

And if the first scenario is your cup of tea - no pun intended - then you'll be well aware that some bizarre footballing conservations can be thrown around over a few pints.

But we feel pretty confident in wagering that nobody has ever wondered: what would every Premier League club be if it was a drink? And no, we haven't had a few drinks of our own.

Well, Twitter user @PrimeNelson has gone viral for debating that very question, garnering over 2,000 retweets and 9,000 'likes' for his theory on all 20 clubs.

If every Premier League club was a drink

While it might seem a little far-fetched at this point, it can't be denied that it makes for amusing fare once you start reading... even if we've had to censor the Chelsea line (we'll let you find out that one for yourselves).

So, check out which drink your club has ended up with and be sure to debate whether that's the most accurate representation of your side. 

AFC Bournemouth

Juice Shots - A small, low budget drink, but is still decent.



Diet Coke - Still a good drink, but a joke compared to their previous counterpart.


Aston Villa

Lemonade - A pretty average and standard drink, but has been around forever.


Brighton & Hove Albion

Water - A boring, bland and plain drink. Nothing special.



Tea - The most Brexit drink out there.



Off-brand energy drink - N/A.


Crystal Palace

Vimto - An irrelevant drink that nobody likes or enjoys drinking.



Pepsi - Still a decent drink, and a big brand, but still in the shadow of their counterpart (Coke).


Leicester City

Oasis - Overall great drink, that nobody has any issues with.



Coke - Best drink out there, and nothing can beat it at the moment, no matter how hard they try.


Manchester City

J20 - Costs an absolute fortune, still tastes amazing but seems like a scam.


Manchester United

Iron Bru - A drink loved by a strong fan base, but hated by everyone else.


Newcastle United

Dr Pepper - Splits people 50:50, you either love it or hate it.


Norwich City

Sparkling water - Not great, and definitely not worthy of the top tier.


Sheffield United

Coffee - Age old drink, full of energy and provides a superb work ethic.


Tottenham Hotspur

Calypso - Came our of nowhere, and became absolutely massive. A great drink but we hate to admit it.



Coke Cherry - A drink known by everyone but not drunk often. Has its moments.



KA - Good at times, but quite inconsistent and all depends on which flavour you get.


West Ham United

Emerge - A cheap, low quality and chavvy energy drink.


Wolverhampton Wanderers

Capri Sun - An underdog, a secret weapon, a class drink.


GIVEMESPORT's Kobe Tong says

Call me a monster, but I believe Diet Coke is better than the original Coca Cola. Blasphemous, I know. 

So, for that reason I would have to bestow the silver can upon a Liverpool team destined for gold and take it away from an Arsenal side that deserves far less for having won just two league games since October.

Pepsi seems a little bit generous for Everton, too. Perhaps they're more deserving of Grey Goose vodka for involving so much heavy spending and always ending up in an absolute mess.

Everton FC v Brighton & Hove Albion - Premier League

And considering I'm sat with a mug of coffee while writing this, I could be doing much worse than sipping on a drink with the same strength and underdog spirit of Sheffield United (at least that's what I'm telling myself). 

Those few tweaks aside, though, I've got to credit @PrimeNelson for hitting the nail on the head in amusing fashion with most of these picks - and no more so than Manchester United.

After all, Iron Bru is most loved in Scotland and the Red Devils could really do with a certain coach who hails from that very same country. No, I'm not on about David Moyes.

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