Football is a sport enjoyed by millions and millions of people across the world.
But have you ever wondered who the most famous supporter of every Premier League club is?
The Sun have answered that question with a post on their Twitter page.
Arsenal - Queen Elizabeth II
Jeremy Corbyn revealed in 2016 that Queen Elizabeth II supports the same club as her mother did.
He said, per the Telegraph: “Now, we know the Queen is absolutely above politics. She may be above football, too, but many locals harbour this quite secret view that she’s actually, privately, a Gooner.”
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Aston Villa - Prince William
The Duke of Cambridge decided to support Aston Villa while at school because he wanted to be different to his friends who followed the likes of Manchester United and Chelsea.
He was present at Wembley for Aston Villa's Championship play-off final win last May.
Bournemouth - Seth Rogan
The Canadian actor, who has featured in the likes of 'Superbad' and 'This is the End', picked Bournemouth as his club to support after appearing on Soccer AM.
Brighton - Fatboy Slim
Fatboy Slim is a lifelong Brighton fan and became the first artist to hold a concert at the Amex Stadium.
Burnley - Jimmy Anderson
The English cricketer was born in Burnley and has supporter them since his youth.
Chelsea - Gordon Ramsay
Ramsay was born in Scotland and was on the books of Rangers as a teenager. He has since moved to London and has adopted Chelsea due to the close relationship between the two clubs.
Everton - Paul McCartney
McCartney has previously expressed a fondness with both Liverpool and Everton but he has a stronger connection with the latter.
"Here’s the deal: my father was born in Everton, my family are officially Evertonians, so if it comes down to a derby match or an FA Cup final between the two, I would have to support Everton," he told Radio Merseyside, per Goal.
Leicester - Gary Lineker
Lineker was born in Leicester and he went on to play 198 times for the club.
He famously presented Match of the Day in just his Leicester boxer shorts after they won the Premier League in 2016.
Liverpool - Brad Pitt
Pitt said back in 2011, per the Liverpool Echo: "I have some friends who are very close to Liverpool, so if I went another way I might be disowned.”
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Man City - Noel and Liam Gallagher
The former Oasis stars don't see eye-to-eye on many things, but being fans of Man City is one thing they agree.
Man United - Usain Bolt
The world's fastest man supporters the Red Devils and has said it is his dream to one day play for the club.
"I daydream all the time about just big things...one of my biggest is to play for Manchester United," Bolt said in 2018, per Goal. “Even if it’s just for five games or one game, that would be a dream come true because as I said I'm a massive fan.
Newcastle - Ant and Dec
Ant and Dec are both Geordies and were very passionate when Rafa Benitez left the club in the summer.
"Disastrous. Those ‘at the top’ of our great club should be ashamed. The great shame is that they won’t be," they tweeted. The way they are repeatedly able to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory is astonishing.
"Thank you @rafabenitezweb. Mike Ashley - get out of OUR club".
Norwich - Hugh Jackman
Jackman is a supporter of the Canaries as his mother is English and still lives in Norwich.
“The Canaries have always meant a lot to me," he said in 2014, per the Norfolkpost. "I’ve got some special memorabilia going back down the years and always look out for their results.
Sheffield United - Jessica Ennis-Hill
Sheffield United named a stand after Ennis-Hill following her Olympic triumph in 2012. However, they renamed after a sponsor three years later.
Southampton - Craig David
David is an avid supporter of his hometown club, Southampton.
Tottenham Hotspur - Adele
Adele revealed her love for Spurs during a concert in 2016.
Watford - Elton John
John, a life-long fan, became the club's chairman and director in 1976. The 'Sir Elton John stand' was unveiled at Vicarage Road in 2014.
West Ham - Barack Obama
The Metro explained why Obama is a West Ham fan in 2013. "President Obama’s sister lives in East London," they wrote. "She and her family support the Hammers. On a trip to London, Obama sat down with the family, watched a West Ham match on TV and was hooked."
Wolves - Robert Plant
The lead singer of Lead Zeppelin has been a Wolves fan since the age of five.
"I was five when my dad took me down for the first time and Billy Wright waved at me," Plant told the Expressandstar in 2010. "Honest, he did. And that was it - I was hooked from that moment.News Now - Sport News