Sports Geek brings you a great way to stay in touch with Facebook and Twitter leaders for major sporting codes and teams from around the world.
Click on an image below to be directed to that code's social media rankings page via sportsgeekhq.com
Collingwood and Essendon are dominating on Twitter and Facebook numbers, with 263,000+ and 260,000+ fans respectively, while the Crows, Lions and Eagles are also edging out their cross-town rivals when it comes to the social space.
While the Broncos are way out in front when it comes to their Facebook fan base, the reining premiers lead the way on Twitter with over 32,000 followers.
The Heat and Strikers possess a number's lead on Facebook, but the battle for Twitter supremacy between the Melbourne and Sydney franchises is on!
The Victory and Sydney FC lead the way in the A-League, with the pair boasting online fan bases in excess of 107,500 and 83,900 respectively.
Clearly the two best teams on the court this season, the Breakers and Wildcats have also dominated the social space, each claiming over 27,000 Facebook fans and strong Twitter followings.
As you'd expect, the Yankees are way out in front when it comes to online popularity, with over seven million fans. The next best are the Red Sox with four million and the Giants with a tick over two million.
Despite their up and down season, the Lakers still rule social media in the NBA with 16 million Facebook fans and over three million followers on Twitter. Chicago have the next strongest fan base on Facebook with 8.4 million, but only the Celtics, Heat and Magic can boast 1 million+ Twitter followers.
The Cowboys, Steelers and Patriots are the NFL leaders in the online space. Each have 500,000+ followers on Twitter, although Dallas has the edge on Facebook, with 5.3 million fans.
Boston, Pittsburgh, Chicago & Detroit lead the way on Facebook, with each boasting over a million fans. However, in a great sign for the NHL, over 2/3 of teams have 100,000+ Twitter followers and one in every three teams has over 200,000.
While Manchester United have twice as many Facebook fans as the next best supported team in Chelsea (32 million to 16 million), amazingly they're still third on a global scale behind Spanish giants Real Madrid (37.1 million) and Barcelona (41.5 million).