Recently a survey by Statista was conducted regarding the most loved and hated football clubs in Europe. In Italy 34 million, two-thirds of the population, follow more or less actively football, which is by far the most popular sport in the country. Of these, only one million define themselves as "sympathizers", while the remaining 33 say they are fans in all respects. And the numbers might be surprising for some.
Serie A champions Juventus collected the appreciation of 39% of the fans, as well as 10% of the sympathizers. They are joined by a 12% not very convinced and 38% of those who hate the team. The Bianconeri are the most popular team, followed by Inter and Milan on equal merit at 19%. Then there is Napoli with 15% and Roma with 13%. Finally, in Serie A, only Fiorentina, Torino, Lazio and Cagliari arrive at 4%, while the following ones, starting from Atalanta, are below the minimum quota. Inter the most hated team: click on the gallery to see the ranking of the least loved teams in Italy
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