Arsenal fans have most luck on Tinder ahead of Man Utd as match chances for all PL clubs’ supporters revealed | #tinder | #pof

LONG before dating, marriage and kids, everyone has their first love… football.

And with dating apps all the rage, it’s sometimes tough to hide that first love from potential partners.

Arsenal fans get the most matches on Tinder, according to a study

Whether sharing a snap from inside a stadium, wearing your club’s kit in a picture or even mentioning your avid fandom in your bio, it’s easy for would-be suitors to find out who you support.

And apparently, fans of certain clubs have more luck with the opposite sex than others, according to a study by

For the experiment, 20 near-identical accounts were set up on Tinder – with photos, name, hobbies and age ALL exactly the same.

The only difference? The Premier League team supported…


And it’s good news for Gooners, with Arsenal fans receiving the most right-swipes with 238 from 250 views.

Liverpool fans came in a close second on 233, ahead of rivals Manchester United on 226.

Manchester City (220) and Leicester (216) rounded-out the top five, with Crystal Palace, Wolves, Leeds and Chelsea all scoring 200 or more right-swipes.

But it’s bad news for Southampton, who came dead-last with just 161 matches from 250 tries.


Arsenal fans in relationships are the most likely to cheat, says a separate report

Being a fan of a team in Claret and Blue isn’t a good idea either apparently, with Aston Villa, West Ham and Burnley all in the bottom five – along with Newcastle.

While Arsenal fans might have plenty of joy on Tinder, a separate report has confirmed Gooners are the biggest cheaters in relationships.

Meanwhile, Liverpool supporters are the most-faithful, proving they’re champions on and off the pitch.

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