talkSPORT report details top 30 biggest clubs in Britain, Leeds and Rangers fans will be shocked
By Amir Mir
Rangers and Leeds have been ranked 17th and 18th in the top 30 biggest clubs in Britain, according to a report.
talkSPORT compiled a list of the biggest clubs in GB, where they put a variety of factors into consideration such as the size of support, wealth, the standard of the stadium, current standing and historic success.
Premier League outfit West Brom were ranked 16th in that list, above Glasgow giants Rangers and Championship side Leeds.
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Supporters of both clubs will be shocked to see Albion above them on that list given the size of their support and their rich history compared to the Midlands outfit.
The Whites have won three English league titles in their history, with their previous trophy coming prior to the Premier League’s inception in 1992.
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Furthermore, the Gers have won an outstanding 115 trophies on the Scottish domestic scene, including 54 top flight titles.
By contrast, Albion have won nine trophies in their history with their last trophy coming in 1968 when they lifted the FA Cup.
At this moment in time, Leeds are aiming to secure promotion to the Premier League after a 13-year absence from the top flight.
Rangers are struggling in the Scottish Premiership following their promotion to the top tier under Mark Warburton, who has since left the club.
The report also has Manchester United sitting on top of the pile, ahead of Arsenal, Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City, who make up the rest of the top five.