Each week across the Premier League thousands of fans flock to see their beloved team turn out.
But, of course, not every fan is able to attend the latest match. Or any match, for that matter. Many clubs have fans living in all parts of the world who, for that reason, may never get to see their team in the flesh.
That, alone, makes the Premier League one of the greatest leagues in the world. It is a global league. Die-hard supporters all over the world will wake up at all hours through the night to turn on their TV and tune into their sports channel or access their computer to get hold of an internet feed streaming the latest fixture.
Shirts—both genuine and counterfeit—emblazoned with the specific team's badge, manufacturer, sponsor and, more often than not, star player's name and number are sold across the globe.
Fans from Vancouver to Victoria will proudly wear the team's shirt across their chest, showing their allegiance.
And this is the same for all 20 Premier League outfits—but on a varied scale.
So, with that in mind, we shall rank each club's fanbase.