Which London fc has the most supporter Chelsea arsenal tothen ham fulham?
With a population of over 7 million, many sports are widely played in London; there are several top association football clubs based in London (Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham, West Ham, Fulham, Crystal Palace come to mind). There are also two professional cricket teams (Surrey and Middlesex) that are based in London.
In terms of a local derby, Fulham would be considered a rival as both of the clubs stadiums are located in the suburb of Fulham. But due to Fulham's history of yo-yoing between leagues this rivalry has failed to develop. But since Fulham has established itself as a Premier League club this rivalry is starting to kick in with recent crowd troubles at a game in 2006. Fulham supporters also consider Chelsea to be there…
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital is located at 369 Fulham Road, London. However, several other buildings are associated with the Trust, including: a free NHS sexual health clinic at 56 Dean Street; the West London Centre for Sexual Health at Charing Cross Hospital on Fulham Palace Road, London; and the John Hunter Clinic at St Stephen's Clinic next to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. For more information, see the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital website.
There are 19 clubs in London. They are Arsenal, Chelsea, Fulham, Tottenham Hotspur, West Ham United, Crystal Palace, Queen Park Rangers, Watford, Charlton Athletic, Millwall, Brentford, Leyton Orient, Wycombe, Southend United, Gillingham, Dagenham & Rebridge, Barnet, AFC Wimbledon and Hayes & Yeading United.
Louis Saha (Man Utd, Everton, Tottenham, Fulham) (4!!) Yossi Benayoun (Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool) Emmanuel Adebayor (Man City, Tottenham, Arsenal) Bolo Zenden (Chelsea, Liverpool, Middlesborough) Nicholas Anelka (Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal) ... and many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many more
There are 13 league clubs based in London: In the Premiership, Arsenal, Chelsea, Fulham, Tottenham Hotspur, and West Ham United. In the Championship, Crystal Palace and Queens Park Rangers. In League One, Brentford, Charlton Athletic, Leyton Orient and Millwall. In League Two, Barnet and Dagenham & Redbridge In addition there are hundreds of smaller London clubs playing throughout the non-League pyramid.
- Omar Frederick Kanoute, Sevilla - Zinedine Yazid Zidane, x-France - Nicholas Anelka, Chelsea - Robin Van Persie, Arsenal - El Hadji Diouf, Bolton - Salomon Kalou, Chelsea - Nihat Kahveci, Villareal - Diomansy Kamara, Fulham - Samir Nasri, Arsenal - Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Inter Milan - Hassan Salihamidzic, Juventus - Kolo Habib Toure, Arsenal