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Fans are the key role player of any sports team in any corner of the world, as they
are the main supporters of any activity of the clubs financially, socially and emotionally. High attendance of fans in any game can put as much pressure as the team itself to the opponents because they stand up for their players, roar against their opponents, worship their winning managers and display amazing synchronized
choreography with their team’s national anthem. Fans never stop cheering for their favorite clubs as they are the main ingredients to a house-full stadium in any match. According to the studies, around 250 million official fans of various teams or football clubs can be traced worldwide. Our team has calculated the data of statistic reports of various premier or first division championships worldwide and ranked the supporter clubs according to the average attendance of supporters per match on their respective home ground. Let’s start the countdown numbering 10 to 1.
10. NEW CASTLE (FANS):
Newcastle United Football Club famously the Newcastle is mostly knows for their Tyne–Wear derby against Sunderland since 1898. The club was founded on 9 December 1892 and now has its official supporters’ clubs all over the world. Newcastle’s supporters often refer themselves as the Magpies, the Geordies or the
Toon Army, and publish a number of fanzines including True Faith and The Mag. The official supporter club called Newcastle United Supporters Trust was founded in September 2008 which “represent the broad church of Newcastle United’s support” according to the fan base motto. According to the Barclays Premier League’s statistics report of 2013-14 season, Newcastle United played 19 matches last season whereas a total of 957511 fans attended the stadiums to support their club. While their home ground St James’ Park has a seating capacity of 52387, all the matches Newcastle United last season was attended by their 50395 supporters on an average basis with the highest attendance of 52280 supporters in a single match.
9. HAMBURG (FANS):
Hamburger Sport-Verein e.V. famously known as Hamburger SV or just Hamburg was founded on 29 September 1887 by the merger of Der Hohenfelder Sportclub and Wandsbek-Marienthaler Sportclub, and played continuously in the Bundesliga since the end of World War I. The team is nicknamed Die Rothosen or The Red Shorts for their distinctive color of the shorts during match. Hamburg is listed among the twenty largest football clubs in the world by Forbes and currently has 70,000 official members which make it one of the most popular team in Bundesliga. According to the Survey report of 2013-14 season of German Bundesliga, Hamburg played 17 matches last season whereas a total of 883586 fans attended the stadium
to support their club. While their home ground Imtech Arena has a seating capacity of 56000, all the matches of Hamburg was attended by their 51976 supporters on an average basis last season with the highest attendance of 57000 fans in a single match. 8. BORUSSIA MONCHENGLADBACH (FANS):
Borussia VfL 1900 Mönchengladbach e.V or famously the Borussia Monchengladbach derived its first name Borussia from the Latinized form of Prussia. It was nicknamed Die Fohlen which stands for The Foals for their aggressive playing style by the fans. Borussia Monchengladbach is now sponsored by Retail banking
mega giant Postbank since 2009. This team established itself as one of the most popular clubs in Germany. According to the statistics of 2013-14 season of German Bundesliga, Borussia Monchengladbach played 17 matches last season whereas a total of 892591 fans attended the stadium to support their club. While their home ground Stadium in Borussia-Park has a seating capacity of 54,057, all the matches of Borussia Munchengladbach last season were attended by their 52505 supporters on an average basis with the highest attendance of 54010 fans in a single match. 7. ARSENAL (FANS):
Arsenal is one of the most successful clubs in English football and holds the record of winning 11 FA Cups. It was founded in 1886 in Woolwich and became the first club from the south England to participate the Football League in 1893. The Arsenal’s fans are often referred to as the Gooners, which is derived from team’s nickname The Gunners. It has a huge fan base of 27 million worldwide and the official supporters also publish magazines like The Gooner, Gunflash and the famous satirical fanzine Up The Arse! According to the statistics of Barclays Premier League’s 2013-14 season, Arsenal played 19 matches last season whereas a total of 1140251 fans attended the stadiums to support their club. While their home ground Emirates Stadium has a seating capacity of 60432, all the matches of Arsenal last season was attended by their 60013 supporters on an average basis with the highest attendance of 60071 Fans in a single match. 6. SCHALKE 04 (FANS):
Football club Gelsenkirchen-Schalke 04 e. V. or famously just the Schalke was founded in 1904 and as of March 2014, it has 129,672 official members which make it the second-largest sports club in Germany in terms of membership. The motto of this team is ‘Wir leben dich,’ which stand for ‘We live up,’ and the team was nicknamed Die Königsblauen or The Royal Blues by its huge fan base. The official Schalke 04 Fan Club Association has 1500 fan clubs worldwide. According to the statistics report of 2013-14 season of German Bundesliga, Schalke 04 FC played 17 matches last season whereas a total of 1045704 fans attended the stadium to support their club. While their home ground Veltins-Arena in Gelsenkirchen has a seating capacity of 62109, all the matches of Schalke 04 FC was attended by their 61512 supporters on an average basis last season with the highest attendance of 61973 fans in a single match. 5. BAYERN MUNICH (FANS);
Football-Club Bayern München e.V. or commonly the Bayern Munich was founded in 1900 by eleven football players led by Franz John and was nicknamed Die Bayern or The Bavarians by their roaring crowds of stadium. Bayern Munich is the second-most popular sports club in the world in terms of membership with their 223,985 members. It is the most popular football club in Germany with 10 million fans and also has 262,077 official members through its 3,576 club-affiliated fan clubs. According to the statistics of 2013-14 season of German Bundesliga, Bayern Munich played 17 matches last season whereas a total of 1207137 fans attended the stadium to support their club. While their home ground Allianz Arena has a seating capacity of 69060, all the matches of Bayern Munich last season was attended by their 71008 supporters on an average basis with the highest attendance of 71137 fans in a single match. 4. REAL MADRID (FANS):
Real Madrid Club de Fútbol or simply Real Madrid was founded as Madrid Football Club in 1902 and bestowed by King Alfonso XIII in 1920 with the royal crown in the emblem from which the word Real stands for royal in Spanish was adopted in the team name. Real Madrid has more than 1,800 club-affiliated supporters’ groups called peñas all around the world with approximately 174 million members, and to hold a season ticket, one must first be a socio or club member. According to the statistics of 2013-14 season of Spanish premier League, Real Madrid played 19 matches last season whereas a total of 1369605 fans attended the stadiums to support their club. While their home ground Santiago Bernabéu has a seating capacity of 75000, all the matches of Real Madrid was attended by their 72084 supporters on an average basis last season with the highest attendance of 98761 fans in a single match. 3. FC BARCELONA (FANS):
Futbol Club Barcelona mostly famous as Barca was founded by a group of footballers led by Joan Gamper in 1899 and eventually became a symbol of Catalan culture and heritage. The motto of this club is ‘Més que un club,’ which stand for ‘More than a club,’ and the official theme song called Cant del Barça is sung by
millions of Barcelona’s fans worldwide. According to recent reports, this team has a whopping 270 million fans all over the world. Barcelona’s players won the highest number of Ballon d’Or awards and the FIFA World Player of the Year awards. According to the statistics of 2013-14 season of Spanish Premier League, FC Barcelona played 19 matches last season whereas a total of 1406757 fans attended the stadiums to support their club. While their home ground Camp Nou has a seating capacity of 98000, all the matches of FC Barcelona was attended by their 74040 supporters on an average basis last season with the highest attendance of 98761 fans in a single match. 2. MANCHESTER UNITED (FANS):
Manchester United Football Club based in Greater Manchester was founded as Newton Heath LYR Football Club in 1878 and in 1902 changed its name to Manchester United. This 136 years old club established itself as one of the most popular football clubs in the world and holds the record of highest average home attendance in Europe. According to surveys, The Red Devils has 354 million fans worldwide with more than 200 official branches of the Manchester United Supporters Club in 24 countries. According to the statistics report of 2013-14 season of Barclays Premier League, Manchester United played 19 matches last season whereas a total of 1428860 fans attended the stadiums to support their club. While their home ground Old Trafford has a seating capacity of 75769, all the matches of Manchester United last season was attended by their 75203 supporters on an average basis with the highest attendance of 75368 Red Devils in a single match. 1. BORUSSIA DORTMUND (FANS):
Ballspielverein Borussia 09 e.V. Dortmund commonly known as Borussia Dortmund is a large membership-based sports club and the third largest sports club by membership in Germany with 100,000 dedicated members. This 104 years old club nicknamed Die Schwarzgelben by the fans, which stands for The Black and Yellows. Dortmund achieved eight Bundesliga, five DFL-Supercups and three DFB-Pokals and also won of the UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup Winners’ Cup and Intercontinental Cup. According to the statistics of 2013-14 season of German Bundesliga, Borussia Dortmund played 17 matches last season whereas a total of 1371495 fans attended the stadium to support their club. While their home ground Signal Iduna Park in North Rhine-Westphalia region of Germany has a seating capacity of 83000, all the matches of Borussia Dortmund last season was attended by their 80676 supporters on an average basis with the highest attendance of 86645 fans in a single match. We would like to know your comments. What did you think about this post? Don’t forget to share your comments.
There are so many brands making kits for football clubs. Many brands like Adidas, Nike, Puma and others create their new design for football jersey. Did you ever think about which jersey is more beautiful among them. Here we are going to show you top 20 most beautiful jersey in football clubs 2015-2016 season. Let's start the countdown with number 20 to 1. Scroll down to see Top 20 jersey's.
20. REAL MADRID (Third 2015-2016)
Adidas revealed the new Navy / Light Blue Real Madrid 2015-16 Third Shirt on 27 August 2015. Adidas incorporates navy and blue, traditional Real Madrid Away Kit colors, with white logos to create a unique Real Madrid Champions League away kit.
19. SSC NAPOLI (Home 2015-2016)
The new Kappa Napoli 2015-16 Home Jersey boasts the club's iconic sky blue shirt with white details. The collar and the sleeve cuffs of the Napoli 15-16 Home Kit are white, just as the Kappa logos on the front and the upper sleeves. Interestingly, the collar used by Kappa for the Napoli 2015-2016 Shirt resembles a style used for many 2012-13 Kappa football shirts.
White shorts and sky blue socks complete the traditional design of the new Kappa Napoli 15-16 Kit.
18. JUVENTUS (Home 2015-2016)
The inaugural Adidas Juventus 2015-16 Home Shirt celebrates clubs heritage with the iconic vertical black-and-white striped kit design. The new Adidas Juventus 15-16 Shirt boasts thinner stripes than previous Nike Shirts, inspired by the shirts worn by Juventus in the 1980s.
The Adidas Juventus 2015-2016 Home Kit features six vertical black stripes and five vertical white stripes with a jagged design, based on the Adidas Striped 15-16 Team wear template. On the back of the new Juventus Adidas Home Kit is a white panel for the players' names and numbers, while the striped kit design is continued on the sleeves of the jersey.
For the first time in the club history, the new Juventus 15-16 Kits carry three gold stars above the famous club crest. The Adidas Performance logo on the front and the Jeep sponsor logo of the new Adidas Juventus Kit are black and white.
On the black bottom hem of the new Adidas Juventus 2015-16 Home Shirt is a subtle tonal graphic print, which draws inspiration from the Juventus Stadium.
White shorts and socks complete the new Adidas Juventus 2015-2016 Home Uniform.
17. FRANKFURT (Away 2015-2016)
The new Eintracht Frankfurt 2015-2016 Away Kit introduces a classic design for the German Bundesliga club. Traditionally, the new Eintracht Frankfurt 2015-16 Away Shirt is white with a classical black Polo collar and black sleeve cuffs.
The Swoosh and the iconic Eintracht Frankfurt badge on the front of the new Frankfurt Away Shirt are black. The shorts and the socks of the new Eintracht Frankfurt 2015-16 Away Kit are white.
16. NEW CASTLE (Third 2015-2016)
The new Puma Newcastle United Third Kit is navy with a pink-and-white diagonal stripe and further details in pink.
15. MONACO (Home 2015-2016)
The new Monaco 2015-2016 Kit boasts the famous red-and-white halves diagonal design, which was introduced in 1960. Traditionally, both sleeves of the new AS Monaco 15-16 Home Kit are white.
While last season's AS Monaco Jersey featured a classical Polo collar, the new AS Monaco 2015-16 Home Shirt features a unique v-neck collar. The Nike Swoosh on the front of the new AS Monaco Shirt boasts the golden color 'Gold Dart'.
White shorts and socks complete the new Monaco 15-16 Home Uniform. 14. OSC LILLE (Away 2015-2016)
The Lille 2015-16 Away Shirt is white with grey color used for the shoulder area and sleeves, based on the same template as the Lille 15-16 Home Kit. A recolored black and yellow Lille crest is placed on the left chest of the new Lille OSC 2015-16 Away Kit.
The neckline and sleeve cuffs of the new Nike Lille 2015-2016 Away Shirt are black and yellow, while a yellow line runs down the lower side of the sleeves and the side of the new Lille 15-16 Away Shirt.
White shorts and socks with black and yellow details complement the new Lille 15-16 Away Kit.
13. SEVILLA (Away 2015-2016)
The new Sevilla 2015-16 Away Jersey boasts a unique red-and-white stripes design with two white vertical stripes on the front. New Balance uses a unique Polo collar for the new Sevilla 15-16 Away Shirt.
12. SUNDERLAND (Home 2015-2016)
Traditionally, the new Sunderland 15-16 Kit boasts red and white vertical stripes on the front and the back of the shirt. Sunderland's home Shirt uses white as base color, and has three white stripes and four red stripes on the front and the back.
The sleeves of the new Sunderland 15-16 Shirt are solid white. Adidas added a black meshing detail on the sleeve cuffs, the collar and the bottom of the new Sunderland Kit. The Polka dots design is used for various Adidas 2015-16 Jerseys.
The colorful Dafabet logo on the front of the new Sunderland Kit interrupts the red and white stripes design.
11. OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE (Away 2015-2016)
The new black / light blue OM 15-16 Away Jersey features a unique vertical stripes design to make a statement on the pitch. Adidas uses a simple crew neck collar and bold light blue sleeve cuffs to complete the modern design of the new Olympique Marseille Away Shirt.
In fact, the new Adidas Olympique Marseille 2015-16 Away Kit features the same kit design as the Bayern Munich 14-15 Home Kit. In 1993, Olympique Marseille became the first French club to win the UEFA Champions League when they beat Milan in the final held in Munich's Olympic Stadium.
Olympique Marseille's new away kit comes with a monochromatic version of the normal OM logo, combined with a white Adidas Performance logo and a white Intersport sponsor logo. 10. AS ROMA (Home 2015-2016)
The body of the new AS Roma Home Kit is traditionally in Roma red, while the shoulders and sleeves boast a untypical reddish brown color. Officially labeled 'Red Mahogany', the reddish brown color is also used for the AS Roma 2015-16 Training Shirt.
The new Nike AS Roma 2015-2016 Jersey features a simplistic design with a maroon / orange crew neck collar with a triangle cutout at the front, which replicates the neckline of iron chest armor worn by soldiers in the Roman army more than 2,000 years ago. An orange stripe is running from the sleeve cuffs to the bottom of the new AS Roma Home Shirt.
White shorts with orange applications and red socks complete the powerful look of the new AS Roma 2015-16 Home Kit.
9. LEVANTE (Away 2015-2016)
The new Levante 2015-16 Away Jersey boasts a striking fluorescent yellow base with black accents, based on the Nike Challenge team wear shirt.
Interestingly, inspired by last season's striking Nike third kits for the likes of Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain, the Levante 15-16 Away Kit could well be worn against Barcelona themselves at the Camp Nou.
Shorts and socks of the same fluorescent yellow color as the shirt complete the new Levante Away Kit, which has debuted in a friendly Match.
8. MANCHESTER CITY (Third 2015-2016)
The new Nike Manchester City Third Kit boasts a striking light green design with black applications.
7. ARSENAL (Home 2015-2016)
The new Arsenal 2015-16 Home Shirt features Arsenal's iconic kit design with a red body and white sleeves. A white stripe runs down the lower sleeves to the upper side part of the new Arsenal Home Kit, while two thin red lines are on the white sleeves of the new Arsenal Shirt.
The new Puma Arsenal 2015-2016 Kit features a white triangle design below the neckline with a cutout A inside the triangle representing Arsenal FC.
To create a classy design, the new Arsenal 15-16 Home Kit has a modern Polo collar with one button and a golden line, which can be also seen on the sleeve cuffs of Arsenal's new kit.
White shorts and plain white socks complete the new Arsenal 15-16 Home Kit. 6. FC BARCELONA (Third 2015-2016)
The new Barcelona 15-16 Third Kit is mainly light blue with black details, based on Nike's new 15-16 Third Kit template. 5. WEST BROMWICH (Away 2015-2016)
The new West Bromwich 2015-16 Away Shirt introduces a modern shirt design. Adidas combines the main color red with black applications and black pinstripes on the front of the new West Brom Kit, while the back of the shirt is solid red. The collar and the sleeve cuffs of the new West Bromwich 2015-2016 Away Kit feature the trademark Adidas Polka dots.
For the first time since 1885-86, the new West Brom 15-16 Kit features the calligraphic-style WBA logo on the front. The distinctive WBA lettering was already used from 1976-77 until 1985-86, worn by players such as Cunningham and Statham in the late 1970s.
Black shorts with red 3 stripes and black socks complete the stunning design of the new Adidas West Bromwich Albion 15-16 Away Shirt.
4.PARIS SAINT GERMAIN (Home 2015-2016)
The new Nike Paris Saint-Germain 2015-16 Home Jersey returns to the club's traditional look, boasting a broad red central stripe with white outlines on navy ground. The front design is continued onto the simplistic crew-neck collar of the new Paris 15-16 Kit.
A darker shade of navy is used for the sleeves and shoulder area of the new Paris Saint-Germain 15-16 Kit, while it is also present on a line running down each side of the shirt and under the sleeves.
"Ici c'est Paris" (This is Paris) is written on the inside of the collar of the new Paris Saint-Germain 2015-2016 Home Kit.
Dark blue shorts and socks complete the new Nike Paris SG 15-16 Home Kit.
3. ATLETICO BILBAO (Home 2015-2016)
Most remarkably, the new Athletic Bilbao Home Kit moves away from the classic narrow red-and-white vertical stripes design. The new Athletic 15-16 Kit features two broad white vertical stripes and three red stripes on the front. Traditionally, Athletic's Shirts feature four or five red vertical stripes.
Nike combines the Athletic 15-16 Kit with a unique red-and-black Polo collar. The sleeves of the new Athletic Club 15-16 Home Jersey are solid red, while a black stripe is running from the sleeves to the bottom.
The shorts and the socks of the new Athletic 15-16 Home Kit are black with red trim.
2. INTER MILAN (Home 2015-2016)
The new Inter Milan 2015-2016 Home Kit features the iconic stripe design of Internazionale with four blue vertical stripes and five black stripes. The Nike Swoosh and the Pirelli sponsor logo on the front are white.
Nike uses a classical collar to create a modern-yet-classic design for the new Inter Milan 15-16 Home Soccer Kit, which celebrates the return to the traditional striped kit design. 1. FRANKFURT (Home 2015-2016)
The new Eintracht Frankfurt 2015-16 Home Kit is black with red pinstripes on the front, drawing inspiration from the kit worn in 1972-73. In fact, Eintracht Frankfurt wore a black pinstripes kit for the last time in 2005.
A modern crew-neck collar is used for the new Eintracht Frankfurt 15-16 Kit, which has black sleeves with red pinstripes. A red stripe is running from the sleeve cuffs to the bottom of the new Nike Eintracht Frankfurt Shirt.
It's expected that black shorts with red applications and black socks complete the look of the new Eintracht Frankfurt 15-16 Kit...
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