England is home to some of the biggest and most followed football teams. Some of these clubs are bigger than others in terms of success, fanbases, net worth etc. In this article, we have named the biggest club in each English county.
Here is the list of the biggest club in each English county.
1. Bedfordshire – Luton Town
2. Berkshire – Reading
3. Bristol – Bristol City
Bristol is the home of two major-league football teams, Bristol Rovers and Bristol City. Bristol City FC plays in the Championship and their home stadium is Ashton Gate. While League Two side Bristol Rovers are based at the Memorial Ground in North Bristol.
4. Buckinghamshire – Wycombe Wanderers
5. Cambridgeshire – Peterborough United
Peterborough United just pips Cambridge United to be named as the biggest club in Cambridgeshire. Peterborough United currently competes in EFL Championship, while Cambridge United is in League One.
6. Cheshire – Crewe Alexandra
7. Cornwall – Truro City
8. Cumbria – Carlisle United
9. Derbyshire – Derby County
Derby County is one of the biggest clubs in England. The club competes in the Championship, the second tier of English football. Derby has played its home matches at Pride Park Stadium since 1997.
10. Devon – Plymouth Argyle
11. Dorset – Bournemouth
12. Durham – Hartlepool United
13. East Riding – Hull City
14. East Sussex – Brighton and Hove Albion
Premier League club Brighton and Hove Albion is the biggest club from East Sussex. The club’s home ground is the 31,800-capacity Falmer Stadium.