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Premier League And Football League Clubs Have Been Ranked Based On 2019-20 Shirt Sales

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Premier League And Football League Clubs Have Been Ranked Based On 2019-20 Shirt Sales

Liverpool have emerged at the top of the table for the most successful English club when it comes to shirt sales for this season, according to Love the Sales.

Manchester City might have beaten the Reds to the Premier League title last season, but Jurgen Klopp's men were able to secure the Champions League trophy.


And Liverpool, who are mounting another challenge for the league title this season, have beaten Arsenal to rank at the top of shirt sales.


Love the Sales have listed Premier League clubs and Football League sides based on sales for their home, away and goalkeeper tops sold so far.

Posted below are the 92 teams and how they ranked based on their shirt sales.

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1. Liverpool (Premier League)


2. Arsenal (Premier League)

3. Manchester United (Premier League)

4. Manchester City (Premier League)

5. Chelsea (Premier League)

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6. Huddersfield Town (Championship)

7. Tottenham Hotspur (Premier League)

8. Aston Villa (Premier League)


9. Newcastle United (Premier League)

10. West Ham United (Premier League)

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11. Leeds United (Championship)


12. Everton (Premier League)

13. Wolverhampton Wanderers (Premier League)

14. Leicester City (Premier League)

15. Derby County (Championship)

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16. Nottingham Forest (Championship)

17. Crystal Palace (Premier League)

18. Norwich City (Premier League)

19. Sunderland (League One)

20. Stoke City (Championship)

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21. Sheffield United (Premier League)

22. Watford (Premier League)

23. Southampton (Premier League)

24. Cardiff City (Championship)

25. Burnley (Premier League)

26. Bristol City (Championship)

27. Charlton Athletic (Championship)

28. Brighton & Hove Albion (Premier League)

29. Middlesbrough (Championship)

30. Queens Park Rangers (Championship)

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31. Blackburn Rovers (Championship)

32. Hull City (Championship)

33. Sheffield Wednesday (Championship)

34. Birmingham City (Championship)

35. Millwall (Championship)

36. West Bromwich Albion (Championship)

37. Salford City (League Two)

38. Bournemouth (Premier League)

39. Swansea City (Championship)

40. Stevenage (League Two)

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41. Portsmouth (League One)

42. Coventry City (League One)

43. Fulham (Championship)

44. Burton Albion (League One)

45. Leyton Orient (League Two)

46. Bradford City (League Two)

47. Cambridge United (League Two)

48. Luton Town (Championship)

49. Newport County (League Two)

50. Ipswich Town (League One)

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51. Tranmere Rovers (League One)

52. Wigan Athletic (Championship)

53. Port Vale (League One)

54. Accrington Stanley (League One)

55. AFC Wimbledon (League One)

56. Brentford (Championship)

57. Oxford United (League One)

58. Lincoln City (League One)

59. Bolton Wanderers (League One)

60. Reading (Championship)

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61. Milton Keynes Dons (League One)

62. Doncaster Rovers (League One)

63. Preston North End (Championship)

64. Colchester United (League Two)

65. Barnsley (Championship)

66. Grimsby Town (League Two)

67. Carlisle United (League Two)

68. Wycombe Wanderers (League One)

69. Blackpool (League One)

70. Mansfield Town (League Two)

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71. Southend United (League One)

72. Rotherham United (League One)

73. Walsall (League Two)

74. Oldham Athletic (League Two)

75. Exeter City (League Two)

76. Swindon Town (League Two)

77. Northampton Town (League Two)

78. Shrewsbury Town (League One)

79. Scunthorpe United (League Two)

80. Fleetwood Town (League One)

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81. Crawley Town (League Two)

82. Macclesfield Town (League Two)

83. Cheltenham Town (League Two)

84. Plymouth Argyle (League Two)

85. Crewe Alexandra (League Two)

86. Gillingham (League One)

87. Rochdale (League One)

88. Morecambe (League Two)

89. Bury (League One)

90. Peterborough United (League One)

91. Bristol Rovers (League One)

92. Forest Green Rovers (League Two)

Surprised with Liverpool topping the list?

Let us know in the comments.

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Topics: League Two, Football News, EFL, Football, League One, Premier League, EFL Championship, championship

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