The Premier League

Introduction

The Premier League is the most-watched league in the world. Formed of 20 clubs, their home and away games are broadcast live and as part of highlight packages to 212 territories with a potential audience of 4.7 billion people. We've applied our Sportstar Influencer algorithm to every player in every team to see who has the greatest social marketing value.

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The Complete List of Premier League Players

The table below shows the overall marketing value of Premiership football players, based on our unique algorithm. Click on the name of each player to view more about them, including their latest social posts.

1. Sergio Agüero Manchester City 34.5m fans 980.9
2. Gabriel Jesus Manchester City 12.9m fans 959.0
3. Kevin De Bruyne Manchester City 12.3m fans 957.5
4. Paul Pogba Manchester United 43.4m fans 940.3
5. Vincent Kompany Manchester City 7.7m fans 938.5
6. Mesut Özil Arsenal 73.2m fans 938.3
7. David De Gea Manchester United 28.8m fans 935.9
8. David Silva Manchester City 7.3m fans 934.2
9. Raheem Sterling Manchester City 7.8m fans 925.0
10. Alexis Sánchez Manchester United 17.2m fans 924.2
11. İlkay Gündoğan Manchester City 5.9m fans 919.5
12. Eden Hazard Chelsea 26.6m fans 912.3
13. Roberto Firmino Liverpool 8.5m fans 909.4
14. Marouane Fellaini Manchester United 9.2m fans 906.0
15. Willian Chelsea 17.4m fans 903.5
16. Mohamed Salah Liverpool 31.7m fans 901.7
17. Fernandinho Manchester City 4.1m fans 895.4
18. Harry Kane Tottenham Hotspur 11.2m fans 888.9
19. Aaron Ramsey Arsenal 10.7m fans 888.2
20. Benjamin Mendy Manchester City 3.7m fans 885.9
21. Marcus Rashford Manchester United 7.9m fans 885.1
22. Nicolás Otamendi Manchester City 3.3m fans 879.4
23. Jesse Lingard Manchester United 7.2m fans 874.9
24. David Ospina Arsenal 7.6m fans 872.1
25. César Azpilicueta Chelsea 7.3m fans 870.7
26. Ashley Young Manchester United 6.9m fans 870.5
27. Kyle Walker Manchester City 3.6m fans 870.2
28. N'Golo Kanté Chelsea 7.2m fans 869.2
29. Dele Alli Tottenham Hotspur 7.0m fans 865.5
30. Danilo Manchester City 2.6m fans 863.3

The Complete List of Premier League Teams

The table below shows the overall marketing value of Premiership football teams, based on our unique algorithm. Click on the name of each team to view more information, including details of their playing squads.

1. Manchester City 53.1m fans 938.1
2. Manchester United 116.2m fans 923.3
3. Arsenal 65.2m fans 913.3
4. Liverpool 54.8m fans 906.7
5. Chelsea 74.6m fans 900.4
6. Tottenham Hotspur 16.8m fans 866.3
7. Leicester City 10.4m fans 792.7
8. Everton 5.7m fans 768.9
9. Southampton 4.5m fans 733.6
10. West Ham United 2.9m fans 714.1
11. Newcastle United 3.7m fans 704.2
12. Crystal Palace 2.2m fans 671.3
13. Fulham 1.5m fans 620.1
14. AFC Bournemouth 1.0m fans 573.6
15. Watford 1.2m fans 562.8
16. Wolverhampton Wanderers 923.3k fans 561.2
17. Burnley 995.2k fans 560.2
18. Cardiff City 858.0k fans 491.3
19. Brighton & Hove Albion 611.6k fans 441.1
20. Huddersfield Town 437.1k fans 377.2

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