Liverpool had over 38.5 million views on YouTube, five million more than any other Premier League rival including Manchester United in the month of September as the club’s online presence flexes its muscles.
The research – done by Deportes and Finanzas – found that Liverpool were the English club with the highest social network engagement on Youtube and the second-highest on Twitter during September 2020.
— Deportes&Finanzas® (@DeporFinanzas) October 16, 2020
📲⚽ 5 most popular football clubs in the world on #twitter during september 2020!
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— Deportes&Finanzas® (@DeporFinanzas) October 14, 2020
On Youtube, Liverpool raked in a gargantuan monthly viewership of 38.5 million with a large chunk of those figures occurring following the signing day videos recorded for both Thiago Alcantara and Diogo Jota.
While on Twitter, Liverpool were boosted by a pretty incredible 8.07 million interactions – losing out to Chelsea for top-spot in England with the Blues bettering the Reds by 1.86 million hits.
Across the country, Liverpool were left in no doubt about which club is attracting the most attention on the biggest social network platform as PL rivals’ 5m deficit paled in significance to the Reds’ total.
Whilst Liverpool have been without supporters inside the stadium due to the ongoing pandemic, stories such as this highlight both just how loyal the support is and how big it is.
It goes to show that the Reds are pipping their rivals both on and off the field with Liverpool comfortably established as the current dominant force in England.
Whilst Liverpool fans will undoubtedly trade these sort of statistics for further success on the pitch, this is a fantastic insight into the power the Reds fanbase possesses.
Kopites continue to showcase their dyeing admiration for Liverpool with continued interaction with the club online as details regarding a return date to stadium still remain ambiguous.
But while supporters continue to endure the abnormalities and struggles that come with the pandemic, Liverpool will look to repay the faith by giving fans a reason to smile with their performances on the pitch.
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