Arsenal’s shirt is the sixth most popular in football, selling an average of 800,000 a year but they are behind Liverpool who have seen their shirt sales soar after their Champions League exploits.
According to the Mail on Sunday, Arsenal and Chelsea both sell around 800,000 shirts-a-season even though Arsenal are sixth and Chelsea are 10th.
They don’t say how many shirts Liverpool sell but do not they make an average of £1.13m from shirt sales a season, moving them from seventh to fifth.
Champions Manchester City continue to struggle with an average of 492,000 shirt sales per season that keeps them in 10th place.
Manchester United are the top side in terms of football sales, netting an average of £1.85m-a-year over the last five seasons, keeping them above La Liga giants Real Madrid.