Ranking the best fans in club football could get pretty ugly, so let's just stick with international football for now.
Which fans give their team and their home the biggest and best support?
Which fans will follow their team to each tournament, World Cup or not, no matter where it is?
Let's find out, shall we? Chime in with who you would've included or who you would've left off.
The African nations are still getting their feet wet in world football, which is why I'm lumping the continent together.
African football fans were officially introduced to the world last summer at the World Cup in South Africa, and even though most us can still hear those dang vuvuzelas ringing in our ears, they were still a fun and enthusiastic bunch.
When Ghana had the chance to become the first African nation to ever make it to the World Cup semifinals, the whole continent was behind them.
Some African nations have had problems with violence among fans and teams, but for the most part, they are simply dedicated to their teams.
Team USA may not be very good at football, but that doesn't stop American fans from coming out and showing their support.
Uncle Sam's army travels with its team anywhere they go and is plenty loud throughout the game. The truth is, Americans love sports and America, so any chance to mix the two, and we'll be there!
And we really just like any excuse to watch sports and drink beer.
Mexican football fans are rowdy, that's for sure. They can be completely outnumbered (which isn't likely), and they'll still be all you hear.
They yell, they boo and insult the opponents and they olé all game long.
For the most part, they're just having a good time, but they've taken it too far a time or two.
The Netherlands have had quite a bit of heartbreak in football, having been the runners-up in the World Cup three times.
But their fans have never wilted.
They follow their team to every big match to (hopefully) see the total football they are so famous for.
Spain fans have a lot to cheer about right now.
They're the reigning world and European champions, and best of all, they have a young team and plenty of more talent on the way.
And after seeing their team fail in the big moments again and again, they'll now be cheering for quite some time.
Like most European nations, Italian football fans go crazy for their team.
Sometimes they go a bad kind of crazy, but more often than not, this is a fun group to party with during a game.
Germany has some of the most loyal fans in football. And no matter where the tournament is, Germany is sure to have a strong following.
And why wouldn't they?
The Germans find a way to go deep in just about every major tournament despite any possible turmoil their team may have.
The German passion for football has also translated to the women's side recently and is a big reason why Germany are the two-time defending Women's World Cup champions.
The Three Lions have some of the most constant supporters in world football. Their faith never waivers, and they've had plenty of chances to let it.
Sure, they've been known to boo their team a time or two, but that's completely within their rights as fans, and they've had every reason to boo their team recently.
But no matter how much heartbreak they endure, they'll always be there to support their Lions.
Football is so much more than a sport in Argentina. Everyone supports the national team to no end, whether they support club football or not.
Argentina fans travel with their team anywhere and are the loudest supporters in any stadium.
Football is the only way of life in Brazil. The team has to win every competition and every tournament it's in, or it's a failure.
That's a lot of pressure on the players, but the fans' love doesn't wilt if their demands are not met. Sure, some fans have made some unfortunate choices in dealing with losses, but for the most part, fans are simply devastated afterward.
Brazilians are lively, entertaining fans to watch and be with for a match, and the 2014 World Cup should be a sight to behold, if the country can get its act together that is.