Manchester United fans have been voted the 'sexiest' in the Premier League.
They are also more likely to secure a date than rival supporters in England.
So, how was this very important verdict reached? Via a very scientific study, of course.
Per The Sun, researchers set up 20 Tinder profiles with the same photo, name, age and hobbies for both men and women, with only the team they supported altered.
After three days, the number of 'right swipes' (matches) for each profile were counted, with Man United fans getting the most, and Norwich City fans the least.
Check out how many matches each profile got below:
- Manchester United - 183 matches
- Liverpool - 170 matches
- Arsenal - 166 matches
- Manchester City - 159 matches
- Tottenham - 159 matches
- Sheffield United - 152
- Aston Villa - 150 matches
- Newcastle - 150 matches
- West Ham - 149 matches
- Everton - 142 matches
- Crystal Palace - 139 matches
- Wolves - 135 matches
- Bournemouth - 133 matches
- Leicester City - 133 matches
- Chelsea - 125 matches
- Brighton - 125 matches
- Burnley - 121 matches
- Southampton - 119 matches
- Watford - 119 matches
- Norwich - 118 matches
- Manchester United - 212 matches
- Arsenal - 202 matches
- Chelsea - 179 matches
- Liverpool - 161 matches
- West Ham - 159 matches
- Manchester City - 157 matches
- Tottenham - 143 matches
- Everton - 141 matches
- Leicester City - 138 matches
- Sheffield United - 137 matches
- Wolves - 134 matches
- Burnley - 129 matches
- Southampton - 123 matches
- Newcastle - 122 matches
- Crystal Palace - 119 matches
- Brighton - 118 matches
- Bournemouth - 117 matches
- Aston Villa - 113 matches
- Watford - 110 matches
- Norwich - 109 matches
Congratulations Man United fans, that's the confidence boost you all needed on a Saturday afternoon.
So what are you waiting for? Go out there and bag that Tinder date!
Liverpool supporters aren't far behind in the 'sexiest' rankings either, with men getting 170 matches, while 161 people swiped right on female Reds fans.
The less said about Watford and Norwich fans though, the better.
Both male and female supporters struggled for matches, with those two teams coming 19th and 20th in both rankings respectively.
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