Every Premier League club's most famous fan has been named (Arsenal-Leicester City)

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The list of celebrities to appear at Fulham’s Craven Cottage is quite something.

Hugh Grant, Sam Smith and Margot Robbie have all been spotted at the home of the Championship club, while rumours claim Eminem and Pierce Brosnan follow the Cottagers.

So, who is your club’s biggest fan?

FourFourTwo have taken a look at celebrity fans for all 20 Premier League teams.

Who knew that Lana Del Rey was a Liverpool fan?

Arsenal

The Gunners have several famous followers including Dara O’Briain, Daisy Ridley, Piers Morgan, Idris Elba and Jeremy Corbyn.

Most famous fan: Idris Elba

Aston Villa

The most famous Aston Villa fan is Prince William, who has attended plenty of games.

The Prince had the unfortunate role of handing runners-up medals to his team at the 2015 FA Cup final.

Most famous fan: Prince William

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Bournemouth

Comedian Seth Rogen has tentative links to Bournemouth after an appearance on Soccer AM.

During the show, the Superbad star was asked to pick a team from a bag of 92 clubs. He picked the Cherries.

But for genuine support, Matt Tong from Bloc Party deserves recognition.

Most famous fan: Matt Tong

Brighton & Hove Albion

Norman Cook, otherwise known as Fatboy Slim, has played gigs at the Amex.

Des Lynam also supporters the Seagulls.

Most famous fan: Fatboy Slim

Burnley

Snoop Dogg, Prince Charles and Norris from Coronation Street are all fans of Burnley, apparently.

We can’t imagine rapper Snoop Dogg could even name Burnley’s manager but there we go.

Cricketer Jimmy Anderson and Alastair Campbell both follow the Clarets.

Most famous fan: Alastair Campbell

Chelsea

Unsurprisingly, Chelsea have plenty of famous fans including Jeremy Clarkson, Mark Ronson, Ellie Goulding and Gordon Ramsay.

Damon Albarn from Gorillaz is also a big fan and has had a season ticket for a long time.

Will Ferrell has also been spotted in a Chelsea shirt.

Most famous fan: Gordon Ramsay

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Crystal Palace

There are conflicting reports surrounding Taken star Liam Neeson’s true allegiance but apparently, he once asked former Crystal Palace chairman Simon Jordan for tickets to Selhurst Park.

The Inbetweeners stars Simon Bird and James Buckley follow the Eagles. So does comedian Eddie Izzard.

Meanwhile, Good Morning Britain presenter Susanna Reid’s love for Palace is well known.

The most famous fan, though, is actor Bill Nighy.

Most famous fan: Bill Nighy 

Everton

Rocky star Sylvester Stallone is apparently such a big Everton fan that he regrets not buying them in 2007.

Former boxer Tony Bellew is also a Toffee fan. So too is Judi Dench, who is a patron of Everton’s official charity.

Most famous fan: Judi Dench

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Leicester City

Gary Lineker is such a big fan that he hosted Match of the Day in Leicester underwear after they won the Premier League.

Kasabian guitarist Sergio Pizzorno is also a big supporter. Indeed, Pizzorno - a decent footballer - wore Leicester socks when having trials with another club.

Most famous fan: Gary Lineker

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Liverpool

Liverpool’s celebrity fanbase is pretty impressive.

LeBron James, Nelson Mandela, Angelina Jolie, Samuel L. Jackson all admire the Reds.

You can also include Dr Dre, Daniel Craig and Lana Del Rey to the list.

Most famous fan: LeBron James

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