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No I believe it is Manchester United at just over 75million fans.
With over 3.5 billion fans, football (or soccer) is undeniably the most watched sport in the world. Football has the maximum stadiums, greatest numbers of people buying football merchandise, number of competitions and events held - such as the world cup, UEFA League, American Cup, etc. Also there are the maximum number of teams, leagues and clubs for football all over the world. The current football world cup 2010 has about 715.1 million people who watched the final. It is the world's most widely viewed sports event today.
Unfortunately Manchester United as they have a fan base of over 330 million idiots.
This question isn't very clear. It could either mean, fans of American Football vs fans of Soccer arguing over which sport is better or Europeans vs Americans on what the sport of soccer/football should be called. Europeans of course saying it is called football and Americans saying it is called soccer. To answer the first soccer is better than American football it is a much more popular sport, sorry America. To answer the second anybody who engages in a 'its called this not this' argument is an idiot
Red Star Belgrade Certainly not the case over the world. Manchester United/Real Madrid holds that distinction.
Rihanna has millions of fans from all over the world.
The NFL is trying and it seems to be working. There are several games scheduled every year in London in an effort to promote the sport of American Football overseas. It seems to be getting a decent adoption from the fans as well. Attendance has been up Year over Year.
it´s a good question! I´m interested in how many football fans they are in africa? I will bet, that ManU for example is having more supporters in Africa then all over Britain!
They have all types of fans all over the world :)
she has over 9000 fans all around the world
Usher has millions and millions of fans all over the world..
Mr. Depp has millions of fans the world over.
she has over the whole world 78990000 fans i counted them when i was 5
She had plenty of fans all over the world, some worshiped her.
All over the world ...!
FootballWith over 3.5 billion fans worldwide, football ("soccer") is the most popular sport on the planet. It always ranks at the top of the majority of the credible lists published.Usually, popularity is measured based on the "number of viewers/fans". According to a website called mostpopularsports.net, here are the top 3:Football (which is equivalent to American soccer) is the most popular overallTennis is the most popular "individual" sport (no team required)Golf is the most popular "solo" sport (can be played alone).Additional opinions from WikiAnswers sports fans:"Most popular" could mean "most watched," "most played," or "most revenue-generating." Based on the variable definition of "most popular" the following observations apply:The most played sport, not just watched, in the world is also football (American Soccer).Based on the number and size of stadiums around the world, the number of people who wear football (American Soccer) merchandise, the number of people who are aware of football, and the number of leagues/tournaments worldwide (The World Cup, UEFA Champions League, The South American Cup, The American Cup, The Asian Cup, 70 English league teams, 40 Italian league teams, 40 Spanish league teams) football ranks at the top of the list regardless of the definition of "most popular."Rugby is very popular in many former English colonies (with the notable exception of the US) and has a large following. However, participation rates fall below that of football.Manchester United is the most popular sports team and the biggest sport franchise on the planet. It has over 450 million fans all around the world. Its estimated value is $1.9 billion in value, which well exceeds that of the Dallas Cowboys and Real Madrid.Most Frequently Cited Ranked Lists1) Football: 3.3-3.5 billion fans (Europe, Africa, Asia, Americas, etc.)2) Cricket: 2-3 billion fans (India, UK, Pakistan, Asia, Australia, etc.)3) Field hockey: 2-2.2 billion fans (Asia, Europe, Africa, Australia)4) Tennis: Around 1 billion fans (Europe, Americas, Asia)5) Volleyball: Around 900 million fans (Asia, Europe, Americas, Australia)6) Table tennis: Around 900 million fans (Asia, Europe, Africa, Americas)7) Baseball: Around 500 million fans (US, Japan, Cuba, Dominican Republic)8) Golf: Around 400 million fans (US, Canada, Europe)9) Gridiron (American football): 390-410 million fans (US mainly)10) Basketball: Not more than 400 million fans (US, Canada mainly)Another list from sportingo.com/answers.com/Wikipedia1. Soccer (association football, also known as futbolin various Spanish-speaking countries)2. Cricket3. Rugby4. Field HockeyT5: BaseballT5: BasketballThere are often minor variations in this list.
Cody Simpson have over Million's of fans all around the world
European football (Soccer) has always been more popular than American football. In Europe, football is the most popular sport, with some teams netting over 1 billion dollars a season. In America, soccer as it is called, has grown in popularity over the years, but is still far behind football (American), baseball, and basketball.
Auburn hasn't won a championship since 2010 so they have show some emotion
Only Vijay having more fans next to Rajini.... Above 30000000 fans all over the world. :)
David Archuleta ---- Definately David Archuleta! He has fans all over the world!
Not at all. In fact, we got the idea for our game from the Canadians, who were playing rugby while our schools were playing something more like soccer. People from all over the world have played American football. Lots of Europeans have been NFL kickers, and there have even been a few Australian punters. American football is now believed to be played in 48 nations.
Yes No it is played all over the world World Sports Scouting