Soccer fans around the world can be forgiven for thinking that the game is the only thing they want to watch these days.
That’s because the game has taken the world by storm and has become a massive business.
With millions of people around the globe taking part, the sport has become the biggest in the world, and a major revenue stream.
Soccer fans are now watching millions of hours of football every year, and their numbers have increased in recent years.
The sport has also become a global phenomenon, and the sport’s popularity has continued to grow.
In fact, soccer has now become the second most popular sport in the United States.
So how do the numbers stack up?
The sport is popular in a number of different countries around the planet, and while soccer fans in the U.S. are probably the biggest fans in terms of viewership, they are still a relatively small portion of the total population.
According to FIFA, soccer is the most popular international sport in 24 countries.
There are more than 9 million soccer fans around Earth.
The most popular countries for soccer fans are South Korea, Brazil, Australia, Turkey, and China.
And while there are more fans in Europe, Brazil is still the top country for soccer.
Here are the top countries for fans in 2016.
The United States has a sizable population of soccer fans.
With nearly 7.4 million people playing the sport each year, the United Kingdom has about 4.8 million soccer supporters.
And Canada is the second biggest soccer fan country with a whopping 4.4% of the population.
In 2016, there were more than 8 million soccer fanatics in the Americas, and about 7.3 million fans in Asia, where the number of fans is growing.
The top countries in the continent are Argentina (3.3M), Russia (2.8M), Colombia (2M), and the United Arab Emirates (2 million).
Here are some other countries with a large soccer fan base.
Brazil (4.4M) has the biggest fan base in the Latin America region, while Argentina (2 Million) is the third-largest country.
Turkey (2,735,000) has nearly the same size of fans as the United states.
Russia (1.8 Million) has one of the most active fan bases in the region.
Canada (1 Million) leads the way with more than 2.7 million fans.
The Middle East has a very large soccer population.
Qatar (2) has a soccer fanatical population of more than 4.7 Million, while Saudi Arabia (2 to 3 Million) and Bahrain (1 to 2 Million) are second and third most popular.
The Arab states of Egypt (2%), Jordan (2%) and the UAE (2% to 3%) have very large populations.
South Africa has the second-largest soccer fanbase in Africa, and Nigeria has the third most soccer fans of any country in Africa.
Australia is also growing.
While the soccer fans across the continent have grown, there is a noticeable decrease in the numbers of soccer fanaticites.
In 2014, there are just over 3.5 million fans across Australia.
The next largest country in the country is New Zealand with 2.5 Million fans.
And in the Asia-Pacific region, Singapore has just under 1.5 Millions soccer fans, which is about a quarter of the number in the rest of the world.
There is a lot of interest in the sport in Africa and South America, where soccer is also popular.
Brazil has the most soccer fan bases of any continent in the Middle East, Asia-Pseudacron, and Africa, according to FIFA.
In Africa, there was a decline in the number on average of about 1.7%, while in the Southeast, the number dropped by a similar amount of 1.6%.
Brazil has also seen a growth in its numbers in Europe.
The continent has seen an increase of almost 8% in the percentage of fans.
In the Middle-East, where football is popular, the region saw an increase in its soccer fanages by a whopping 19%.
And in Asia-PACON, China has grown by more than 16%.
Brazil is also one of most popular sports in South America.
The region is home to more than 3.6 Million soccer fans and is growing by over 6%.
Brazil, Argentina, and Chile are also the biggest soccer fans on the continent.
And just recently, Mexico has become one of top sports fans.
While soccer is growing in the Caribbean, the soccer fanites in the area are growing in numbers.
The Caribbean region has more than 7 Million soccer fanatis, and South Africa is growing the most.
South America has also experienced an increase, which means that South America is growing more than any other region.
As the soccer season is nearing its conclusion, it is important to look at how the sport is faring and how fans are enjoying the sport.
Here is a breakdown of how soccer fans