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PrideOfBirmingham

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  1. It doesn't really matter who is bigger but I guess they are nice little bragging rights. Being able to say that Villa are the biggest club in the Midlands for example. But you don't win any prizes for simply being a big club. Only have to look at Leeds United. You won't find any Wigan Athletic fans wanting to swap positions with them any time soon.
  2. I'm a Villa fan. Aston Villa are the more successful club (bigger trophy cabinet.) Newcastle United are the bigger club (bigger fanbase.)
  3. Yeah but attendances is different from fanbase. You get higher attendances than Liverpool but does that mean you have a bigger fanbase than them? For example in Birmingham there are loads of Liverpool fans but no Newcastle fans. And you are right, no Midlands club can match Newcastle in support.
  4. Clever guy
  5. On FIFA 12 when you first load up the game you are asked which team you support and this is then linked to your online profile. Total number of fans on FIFA 12 Support Your Club on PS3 Premier League 1. Manchester United – 707,680 2. Arsenal – 601,749 3. Liverpool – 339,226 4. Chelsea – 316,017 5. Manchester City – 170,781 6. Tottenham Hotspur – 100,632 7. Newcastle United – 73,624 8. Aston Villa – 43,098 9. Leeds United – 36,257 10. Everton – 32,681 11. West Ham United – 32,312 12. Sunderland – 18,413 13. Wolverhampton Wanderers – 17,209 14. Birmingham City – 15,063 15. Stoke City – 12,573 16. Nottingham Forest – 12,454 17. Swansea City – 12,011 18. Southampton – 11,285 19. Middlesbrough – 11,009 20. West Bromwich Albion – 10,820 Championship 1. Blackburn Rovers – 10,512 2. Leicester City – 10,376 3. Norwich City – 10,374 4. Cardiff City – 9,526 5. Portsmouth – 9,401 6. Bolton Wanderers – 9,130 7. Fulham – 9,113 8. Sheffield Wednesday – 8,849 9. Queens Park Rangers – 8,663 10. Derby County – 8,181 11. Sheffield United – 6,500 12. Crystal Palace – 6,448 13. Ipswich Town – 5,947 14. Coventry City – 5,305 15. Millwall – 5,162 16. Hull City – 5,070 17. Brighton & Hove Albion – 5,032 18. Reading – 4,941 19. Wigan Athletic – 4,371 20. Bristol City – 4,236 21. Charlton Athletic – 4,229 22. Barnsley – 3,986 23. Burnley – 3,874 24. Blackpool – 3,827 League One 1. Huddersfield Town – 3,081 2. Watford – 2,884 3. Preston North End – 2,799 4. Plymouth Argyle – 2,777 5. Bradford City – 2,462 6. Swindon Town – 2,431 7. Peterborough United – 2,388 8. Bristol Rovers – 2,098 9. Bournemouth – 2,092 10. Doncaster Rovers – 2,074 11. Oxford United – 1,954 12. AFC Wimbledon – 1,885 13. Crawley Town – 1,850 14. Gillingham – 1,832 15. Southend United – 1,718 16. Notts County – 1,539 17. Rotherham United – 1,496 18. Stevenage – 1,491 19. Shrewsbury Town – 1,487 20. Milton Keynes Dons – 1,462 21. Port Vale – 1,460 22. Chesterfield – 1,452 23. Accrington Stanley – 1,389 24. Oldham Athletic – 1,368 League Two 1. Carlisle United – 1,368 2. Northampton Town – 1,293 3. Walsall – 1,260 4. Exeter City – 1,237 5. Brentford – 1,181 6. Torquay United – 1,135 7. Tranmere Rovers – 1,080 8. Hartlepool - 1,051 9. Yeovil Town - 1,046 10. Scunthorpe United - 1,026 11. Crewe Alexandra - 1,013 12. Aldershot Town – 970 13. Burton Albion – 938 14. Cheltenham Town – 936 15. Bury – 924 16. Rochdale – 902 17. Leyton Orient - 887 18. Colchester United - 880 19. Hereford United – 865 20. Macclesfield Town - 852 21. Wycombe Wanderers - 816 22. Dagenham and Redbridge - 742 23. Barnet - 718 24. Morecambe – 556