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Top 10 Most Visited Soccer Websites in the USA

Have you ever wondered what are the most popular soccer sites that American visit? EPL Talk has the answer thanks to Hitwise. Here are the most recent statistics based on market share for the week ending April 26:

  1. ESPN Soccernet, 15.93%
  2. Fox Sports Soccer, 7.50%
  3. Soccer.com, 5.66%
  4. Goal.com, 5.04%
  5. UEFA.com, 3.77%
  6. Major League Soccer, 3.59%
  7. Manchester United, 3.48%
  8. Yahoo Sports World Soccer, 3.44%
  9. Big Soccer, 2.96%
  10. FIFA.com, 2.89%

What’s interesting to me is that UEFA.com has more visitors than the official Major League Soccer site. However, I’m sure that’s related to the final matches in the Champions League as well as the anticipation that’s building for Euro 2008.

Also of note is that Manchester United is the only Premier League club in the top 10. Also impressive is how dominant ESPN Soccernet is in the industry.

Feel free to compare this list to the Top 10 Most Visited British Football Websites.

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9 Responses to Top 10 Most Visited Soccer Websites in the USA

  1. Kartik says:

    I’m shocked that FIFA.com is so low. Let me offer a suggestion: I believe much of FIFA.com’s traffic comes through Yahoo, so combining those numbers as well as the numbers for Yahoo’s individual league sites (EPL, MLS, etc) will give you a true reflection of Yahoo!’s market penetration compared to others.

  2. bob says:

    Do you have a list of their monthly pageviews?

  3. Ryan says:

    I thought The Offside would be higher.

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  5. No surprises to me, except that Fox Sports Soccer gets so many hits. Is Bobby McMahon that popular? Do they have pictures of Michelle Lissel on there or something?

  6. The Gaffer says:

    Bob,

    I don’t have monthly pageviews readily available, but I have some tools that can provide that information. Jot me at a note at thegaffer[at]epltalk[dot]com if you want to chat more.

    Cheers,
    The Gaffer

  7. Shelby says:

    What is the best soccer website in the United States right now! Where it shows everything you are looking for?
    love<Shelby

  8. Nnanna says:

    @Shelby

    http://www.blabify.com aggregates soccer news from lost of sources, and may be the all-in-one solution you are looking for

  9. Fede says:

    I think, cause champions league it’s way more popular than major league soccer that’s why, and besides as u said the final matches in the Champions League are to close.
    Here’s there’s a web site you can watch live streaming soccer. All major leagues around the world.

    http://www.futboltvgratis.com

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