Figures released recently have shown that football is one of the biggest tourist attractions it England.
900,000 people came to Britain last year to take in some action from the most popular league in the world.
The survey shows that football fans spent over 700 million pounds, which makes up a large amount of the 2.3 billion that sports overall brings to the British tourism industry.
Four out of ten of these visitors cited that football was their main reason for visiting the U.K, and spent on average 785 pounds per person.
The most popular destinations for the visitors was Old Trafford, highlighting the extent of Manchester United's stance as a global footballing brand. They were closely followed by Liverpool, with the club's rich history surely a big draw for fans.