#16 Sao Paulo (1.75 million)
Website – http://www.saopaulofc.net/
The Brazilian giants are the only South American entrant in this list and are a testament to the growth of the Latin American country in terms of digital infrastructure. Sao Paulo registered 1.75 million footfalls on their website during the evaluation period and their presence is a good omen for non-European football.
#15 Marseille (1.8 million)
Website – https://www.om.net/
The first French team on the list, Marseille have not been as dominant in recent times and come in at 15th place on the list with 1.8 million visitors per month between January and June last year. Their website is available in English and Spanish as well apart from French.
#14 Tottenham Hotspur (1.8 million)
Website – http://www.tottenhamhotspur.com/
The London outfit have become a well-drilled unit under Mauricio Pochettino and last year’s title fight sees them at 14th place in the list. Tottenham’s website has a good interface and they need to improve their global base if they have to match up to their more popular rivals in the league.
#13 Leicester City (1.9 million)
Website – http://www.lcfc.com/
The 2015-16 Premier League champions were the protagonists of the ultimate underdog victory in Premier League history and their dream title win pulls them to 13th place. However, Leicester’s website does not look like that of other English clubs on the list in terms of quality and given their current wretched run of form, they can be expected to fall down the list.