UK Study Finally Reveals Which Football Fans Have The Best Sex
A UK study has revealed that Tottenham supporters top the table for the football fans that have the best sex.
LELO UK conducted the study of over 4,000 football fans in 2019 and a whopping 71 per cent of Spurs fans believe their partners reached orgasm when they have sex.
Newcastle fans finished a close second to Spurs supporters with 68 per cent, while Manchester United came third with 65 per cent.
Leicester City finished in the 'final Champions League slot' with 64 per cent of fans thinking their partner would reach climax during sex.
Meanwhile, fans supporting United, Chelsea and Manchester City were confident about their skills under the sheets.
According to LELO UK, supporters from all three clubs awarded themselves an average score of 6.22 out of 10.
Leicester fans rated themselves highly in the bedroom and suggested they lasted an average of 28 minutes.
Bournemouth and Arsenal supporters came only one minute behind Foxes fans for their average time in the bedroom.
Unfortunately for West Ham fans, LELO found that they were the least sexually active and 19 per cent claimed that they have never had sex.
Brighton fans were the most sexually active as 87 per cent insisted that they had sex at least once a week.
However, Seagulls supporters came bottom of the table for their performances under the sheet as they only rated themselves and their partners a 4.6 out of 10.
Posted below are the 11 football supporters who have the best sex, according to LELO's study.
11. Brighton and Hove Albion
9. West Ham United
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7. Manchester City
4. Leicester City
3. Manchester United
2. Newcastle United
1. Tottenham Hotspur
Kate Moyle, a sex expert at LELO, said: "We want people all across the country to bring the same passion and dedication that they have for football into the bedroom.
"The results of our research, though, shows that there are massive gaps between the quality of the sex being enjoyed by footballs fans across all of the Premier League teams.
"It also shows that how well you think you perform doesn't necessarily transfer to how satisfied you and your partner are after sex.
"It's time to get Britain talking about sex and ensure couples are able to speak freely about what makes them happy in the bedroom."
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