Man Utd, Liverpool, Arsenal: Who is the biggest club in every English county?

Manchester City are on course to win their sixth Premier League title this season.

The Citizens have opened up a six-point lead at the top of the table, although Liverpool could cut the gap to three points should they win their game in hand.

City are arguably the best team in the world. However, they aren’t the biggest club in their county.

There’s no doubt that Manchester United are the biggest club in Greater Manchester.

While they are no where near as good as their fierce rivals at the moment, they have a bigger global fanbase, have won many more trophies in their history and attract bigger attendances on a weekly basis.

Despite their disappointing season, United can still claim they are one of the biggest clubs in world football.

So United are the biggest club in their county. But what about every other county in England?

Reddit user u/HoldThiisW has created a fascinating graphic which, in their opinion, shows ‘every English county’s biggest club’.

View it below…

Greater Manchester: Manchester United

Merseyside: Liverpool

Leicestershire: Leicester City

Greater London: Arsenal

WATFORD, ENGLAND – MARCH 06: Martin Odegaard of Arsenal (obscured) celebrates with team mates after scoring their side’s first goal during the Premier League match between Watford and Arsenal at Vicarage Road on March 06, 2022 in Watford, England. (Photo by Alex Pantling/Getty Images)

West Midlands: Aston Villa

Tyne and Wear: Newcastle United

East Sussex: Brighton and Hove Albion

Lancashire: Blackburn Rovers

Dorset: Bournemouth

Hampshire: Southampton

Norfolk: Norwich

Hertfordshire: Watford

West Yorkshire: Leeds United

LEEDS, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 20: Luke Ayling (R) and Mateusz Klich of Leeds United look dejected following defeat in the Premier League match between Leeds United and Manchester United at Elland Road on February 20, 2022 in Leeds, England. (Photo by Laurence Griffiths/Getty Images)

Bristol: Bristol City

South Yorkshire: Sheffield United

Nottinghamshire: Nottingham Forest

East Riding: Hull City

Derbyshire: Derby County

Berkshire: Reading

North Yorkshire: Middlesbrough

Bedford: Luton Town

LUTON, ENGLAND – FEBRUARY 26: Danny Hylton of Luton Town is congratulated by teammates Elijah Adebayo and Gabriel Osho after scoring their team’s first goal during the Sky Bet Championship match between Luton Town and Derby County at Kenilworth Road on February 26, 2022 in Luton, England. (Photo by Alex Burstow/Getty Images)

Staffordshire: Stoke City

Buckinghamshire: Wycombe Wanderers

Suffolk: Ipswich Town

Cambridgeshire: Peterborough United

Oxfordshire: Oxford United

Shropshire: Shrewsbury Town

Kent: Gillingham

Lincolnshire: Lincoln City

SUNDERLAND, ENGLAND – MAY 22: Lincoln player Tom Hopper (r) celebrates his goal with Brennan Johnson during the Sky Bet League One Play-off Semi Final 2nd Leg match between Sunderland and Lincoln City at Stadium of Light on May 22, 2021 in Sunderland, England. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Essex: Colchester United

Wiltshire: Swindon Town

Devon: Plymouth Argyle

Gloucestershire: Cheltenham Town

Cheshire: Crewe Alexandra

Northamptonshire: Northampton Town

West Sussex: Crawley Town

NORTHAMPTON, ENGLAND – JANUARY 08: Crawley Town players line up prior to the Sky Bet League Two match between Northampton Town and Crawley Town at Sixfields on January 08, 2022 in Northampton, England. (Photo by Pete Norton/Getty Images)

Cumbria: Carlisle United

Somerset: Yeovil Town

Surrey: Woking

Durham: Hartlepool United

Herefordshire: Hereford

Warwickshire: Leamington

Worcestershire: Kidderminster Harriers

Northumberland: Blyth Spartans

Cornwall: Truro City

Isle of Wight: Newport (IOW)

Rutland: Oakham United

Six clubs currently in the Premier League are based in London: Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Crystal Palace and Brentford.

They are all big clubs in their own right but it’s Arsenal who have been named as the biggest in London.

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While they’ve struggled on the pitch in recent years, they still have a huge global fanbase and, in terms of trophies won, are England’s third most successful club ever.

Aston Villa have been named the biggest club in the West Midlands, ahead of Birmingham City and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

The other Premier League clubs not named the biggest club in their county are Everton and Burnley, who miss out to Liverpool and Blackburn Rovers respectively.

In total, eight non league clubs have been named their counties biggest team: Woking, Hereford, Leamington, Kidderminster Harriers, Blyth Spartans, Truro City, Newport (IOW) and Oakham Town.

Oakham Town play in the Peterborough and District Football League, which is the 11th tier of English football.

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