Saudi clubs … the most in Asia


Riyadh – Asaad Hassan

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The Saudi clubs participating in the AFC Champions League excel in terms of the number of followers on the social media platforms, compared to the rest of the West Asian clubs whose activities are limited between Twitter and Instagram.
Iranian Persepolis is the only club to compete with Saudi clubs, each of which occupies first place in its group except for Al Taawon.
In the first group, Al-Ahly excels by having 2.5 million followers, one million more than Istiqlal, in second place, while the Iraqi police come third with 260 thousand.
Al Hilal has 8 times the total followers of the clubs of its second group, as it gets 11.7 million compared to 150 thousand for Al-Ahly Dubai, Pakhtakor of Uzbekistan and Shahir Khodro of Iran.
Al-Nasr leads the fourth group clubs with 3.456 million followers, while Al Ain of the United Arab Emirates comes with 736 thousand, then the Qatari Al-Sadd with 305 thousand, and finally the Iranian Sepahan with 116 thousand.
Iranian Persepolis competes with Saudi clubs by obtaining 4.4 million followers, which occupies the top of Group C, followed by Al-Taawon with 219 thousand, and then Al-Duhail, Qatar, with 163 thousand.
The Iranian clubs and Pakhtakor of Uzbekistan are limited to Instagram only, while the rest of the blue bird is its first platform, along with Instagram, and some of them have Facebook and Tik Tok accounts that are published at intervals.
It is noteworthy that Al-Hilal has the highest followers among all West Asian clubs, with 11.7 million followers on Twitter and Instagram, while Pakhtakor has the lowest follow with 25.5 thousand.

Saudi clubs ... the most in AsiaSaudi clubs ... the most in Asia

Saudi clubs ... the most in Asia

Saudi clubs ... the most in Asia

Saudi clubs ... the most in Asia


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