Chelsea can claim to be the second biggest club in English football - by one modern measure at least.
Whether one club is bigger than another is something football fans have been arguing about for years - particularly when the transfer window is open.
To try and settle the debate once and for all, GetWestLondon have worked out the number of page views each side in England’s top four divisions received on their Wikipedia pages over the last five seasons.
Manchester United have received by far and away the most with 21,254,547 up to the end of the 2015-16 campaign.
That’s as more than the views received for the pages of fellow Premier League sides Burnley, Middlesbrough, Bournemouth, Hull, Watford, Stoke, West Brom and Crystal Palace combined.
Chelsea have received the next highest number of views with 18,632,296.
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Arsenal have the third most with 17.3m, followed by Liverpool with 15.2m, Manchester City with 11.8m and Tottenham with 9.7m.
Leicester City were the most read about side last season.
The Foxes racked up a whopping 4.5m page views on their Wikipedia page, eclipsing the 3.8m received by Manchester United.
Newcastle United are the highest ranked former Premier League side. The Magpies have had 6m page views, the seventh highest total in the country, though they were still in the top flight last season.
Page views in the last five seasons
Manchester United: 21,254,547
Manchester City: 11,816,217
Tottenham Hotspur: 9,737,835
Leicester City: 6,515,583
Newcastle United: 5,972,060
West Ham United: 5,647,372
Queens Park Rangers: 5,095,686
Aston Villa: 5,041,952
Swansea City: 4,204,642
Crystal Palace: 3,649,925
West Bromwich Albion: 3,263,909
Stoke City: 3,260,504
Blackburn Rovers: 3,172,160