How do fans watch their favourite teams?
Are you a die-hard fan of your team? Or do you prefer the comfort of your own home and a streaming device for watching and betting on football?
The growth of technology means that there are now more ways to watch football than simply turning up at the ground at 3pm on a Saturday afternoon - but what do the fans prefer?
We spoke to 1,000 football fans to find out their preferred ways of accessing live football.
Although most football fans prefer to watch live games at home, that trend is particularly prominent among female fans.
Just 12.3% of women said they watch football at a ground most weeks, compared to 20.3% of male respondents.
20.3% men vs. 12.3% women watch football at a ground most weeks.
20% women vs. 16.4% of men prefer watching football in the pub.
40% of people were unaware that unofficial online internet streams were illegal!
22.4% of people nationwide, and 58.2% of men in London, admitted they have used an unofficial stream.
9% of the UK and 40.5% of male workers in London have skipped work to watch football.
31.2% of females rely on social media sites such as Twitter and Instagram for breaking news and updates, compared to 27.5% of men.
Fans of the EPL
Fans of the EPL is a breakdown of how supporters watch live sport and considers the impact of TV broadcasters on attendance figures in the Premier League.
Data has been taken from official Premier League sources, displaying the financial figures behind TV deals in the English top-flight. 1,000 UK football fans were also consulted in a study on how they consume live football.
Figures gathered by Fans of the EPL show the distribution of wealth at the top of professional football in the UK and considers how a change in distribution could affect every team in the Premier League. Patterns in attendance figures dating back to 1952 have been analysed and trends studied.