Liverpool Top Social Media Standings In England As Anfield Is The Most Instagrammed Stadium
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Liverpool fans are 'doing it for The Gram' more than any other supporters in the country, according to a study.
Jurgen Klopp's team are top of the Premier League and their fans have also taken the side to the top of the social media standings.
Research done by liverugbytickets.co.uk found that the hashtag Anfield had 893,689 posts on Instagram up until the beginning of August.
The Reds are going well on the pitch and clearly their fans are proud to be associated with the team and enjoying their Anfield experience.
Other than Old Trafford on 823,270, that is more than double any other sports stadium in the country.
Rugby stadium Allianz Park in London came in a surprising third place with 429,294 hashtags.
Stamford Bridge (385,149) and Wembley (306,912) rounded out the top five stadiums in the social media stakes.
Arsenal's Emirates Stadium (190,984) came in sixth place with the Etihad (135,222) in seventh and Villa Park eighth (84,538).
The London Stadium (49,307), home of West Ham, and Edgbaston Cricket Ground (47,126) completed the top 10 in the list.
Football is, of course, the most popular sport on social media in this country with 3,889,974 posts ahead of rugby in second on 1,496,679.
Cricket is a long way off in third place with 138,469 posts relating to their stadiums.
The rest of the top 20 Instagram stadiums in the United Kingdom were:
11. Twickenham Stadium (39,728)
12. The Oval (39,698)
13. Goodison Park (34,419)
14. Elland Road (33,870)
15. Stadium of Light (31,445)
16. Craven Cottage (24,390)
17. Trent Bridge (19,732)
18. Selhurst Park (19,632)
19. Ashton Gate (17,877)
20. King Power Stadium (17,227)