The 2 Biggest Football Clubs in England

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When a person thinks of soccer or football the first place that usually comes to mind is England.
With some of the biggest football star names known the world over and the clubs that made their names for them.
It also has some of the biggest football clubs around.  There are a number of factors that make the football club make this list like the actual size of the club, the wealth, supporters, its history and current league standing. 

The 2 biggest football clubs in England 

#1Manchester United 

Manchester United football club is based in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester in England.It plays in the Premier League and is one of the top clubs in the league.
Their nickname is the Red Devils, the club was founded in 1878 where it was originally called the Newton Heath LYR football club.  It was not until 1902 that the clubs name was changed to Manchester United.
In 1910 that club moved from its old Newton Heath location to where it is currently located in Old Trafford.
The club won the 2017 Europa League, has won 20 top English titles and 66 trophies.
They have over 16 million Twitter followers and much more of other social media sites such as Instagram and Facebook.
They have a record signing of £89m for Paul Pogba which makes it a British signing record for clubs. 

#2Liverpool 

Based at the Anfield football ground in Liverpool this club as founded on the 3rd June 1982 and has enjoyed being in the Football league for 125 years of its 126-year lifespan.
The club has won 5 European cups, 18 League titles, 3 UEFA Cups to name but a few of its outstanding achievements.
Although there have been a few major supporter tragedies in the club’s history it stands as one of the best and most formidable clubs in England.
Their nickname the Reds and they hail as one of the biggest clubs in the world football having fans from all over the globe. 

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The Top European Soccer Teams for 2018 competing for the UEFA Championship League

UEFA Champions League 

With the 2018/2019 UEFA Championship League qualifying rounds having kicked off on the 28th June 2018 fans flock to catch their favorite teams in action.
This will be the 27th season of the rebranded UEFA Championship League but the 64th season since the start of the Championships League in Europe.
The Competition proper is set to start on the 18 September 2018 in the wake of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.  With the final match set for the 1 June 2019 marking a whole new season of exciting football to see who will take the title from the reigning champions Real Madrid.
It currently ranks third in the current UEFA club rankings but is the one to watch for the upcoming season. 

The top European Soccer Teams for 2018 

Real Madrid

This Spanish football club based in Madrid has been deemed as the most successful football club of all time.   In 2010 the club was recognized as the “FIFA Club of the 20th Century and getting the “FIFA Centennial Order of Merit” in May of 2004.
The club was also awarded the “Best European Club of the 20th Century” by the IFFHS in May 2010.
They made history in May 2018 becoming the first club to win back to back Champions leagues for three consecutive years.
They are the current reigning champions of the UEFA Champions Leagues and are the club to be in the 2018/2019 Championships. 

Bayern Munich 

Based in Munich, Bavaria, Germany this football club is the most successful football club in Germany to date.  This club has gone on to win eighteen national cups and a record-breaking twenty-eight national titles, the first one being in 1932.
They have the UEFA Champions League five times as well have been the runners-up for the championship five times. 

FIFA 2018 World Cup Top 4 Players to Watch this Season

The 2018 FIFA World Cup 

With the world cup kick off on the 14th June 2018 all eyes are on soccer as the top teams from around the world get ready to fight for their place in the championship. 

FIFA 2018 World cup top 4 players to watch this season 

#1Argentina’s Lionel Messi 

Lionel Messi has been regarded as “the greatest football player of all time”.   His professional football career has been spent playing for Barcelona.  He has won five European Golden Shoes awards (which is a record) as well as four consecutive Ballon d’Or awards. He holds numerous soccer records including most official goals in La Liga.  He has scored more than 600 senior career goals for both his country and club. 

#2Portugal’s Ronaldo Cristiano 

Considered to be the worlds best player this Portuguese born forward has played for top clubs such as Manchester United and is currently playing for one of the best football clubs in the world Real Madrid.
He was the first player to ever win four Golden Shoes, ties with Messi in winning five Ballon d’Or awards and has won over twenty-six trophies in his professional career.  These trophies include One UEFA European Championship, Five UEFA Champion leagues and five league titles. 

#3Egypt’s Mohamed Salah 

 

This surprising star hails from Egypt where he started his career playing for the Egyptian premier league with his hometown club El Mokawloon.He joined Basel in Switzerland in 2010 wherein his debut game he won the league title and the SAFP Golden Player Award.He currently plays as a forward for the Liverpool Football Club and the Egyptian National team. 

#4Brazils Neymar da Silva Santos Junior 

This Brazillian born forward first came onto the professional football scene at the age of seventeen where he played for the Brazilian football club Santos. He leads Santos to two successive victories in the Campeonato Paulista championships.
He has been named “South American Football player of the year” in 2011 and again the very next year.
He joined Barcelona in 2013 where he stayed until 2017 when he moved to Paris Saint-Germain.…