32. Nottinghamshire – Nottingham Forest
33. Oxfordshire – Oxford United
34. Rutland – Oakham United
35. Shropshire – Shrewsbury Town
36. Somerset – Yeovil Town
37. South Yorkshire – Sheffield Wednesday
Sheffield Wednesday, Sheffield United, Barnsley and Doncaster Rovers are some of the biggest clubs in this region. Wednesday secures the top spot because of the fan following of the club.
38. Staffordshire – Stoke City
39. Suffolk – Ipswich Town
40. Surrey – Woking
41. Tyne and Wear – Newcastle United
Newcastle and Sunderland are the biggest clubs in this region. They share a huge rivalry. Newcastle just pips their opponent to the top spot.
42. Warwickshire – Leamington
43. West Midlands – Aston Villa
Aston Villa have been named the biggest club in the West Midlands, ahead of Birmingham City and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
44. West Sussex – Crawley Town
45. West Yorkshire – Leeds United
Leeds United are probably the biggest club in the whole of Yorkshire, let alone West Yorkshire. They have some of the best fanbases in the country and enjoy massive support home and away.
46. Wiltshire – Swindon Town
47. Worcestershire – Kidderminster Harriers