A new study from the Pew Charitable Trusts finds that soccer players’ iconic names are as ubiquitous in the United States as they are around the world.
The study shows that in 2016, more than 7,000 different people had the name of a soccer player on their personal websites, which means the sport was the most-used sport in the U.S. during the study period.
More than half of the names on Twitter were soccer players.
On Instagram, more soccer players than soccer players were featured in a photo in a week.
And while the study didn’t include all of the players’ names, the study found that most of the top names in soccer came from Twitter.
The results also show that soccer is popular in the East.
In 2017, for example, more East Asian countries (China, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea) had a soccer team than did the United Kingdom (only one team).
Soccer was the second-most popular sport in China, behind only soccer in the Americas, and more than half the countries in the study had soccer teams in 2017.
(The study also found that the popularity of soccer was most apparent in Asia, with Asian countries leading the way in terms of popularity.)
The study shows soccer players are as influential in the lives of their communities as the players themselves, with more than two-thirds of the study participants saying they had played soccer at least once in their lives.
Of the players, more of them played in soccer clubs than played in organized sports.
The most popular club in each country was in the same city as the team, and the clubs played the most games.
In other words, there was a lot of team spirit among the players in each team.
The study looked at nearly 1,500 soccer players between the ages of 16 and 50 who were active players.
The researchers looked at players’ personal Twitter accounts to look at how popular they were.
The soccer players featured on Twitter account were active on Twitter during the time frame studied, and they were also active on Facebook, where they shared their soccer stories, photos, and videos.
The researchers then looked at how frequently each soccer player’s name appeared on other soccer players accounts.
Of players who played more than one team, the most frequent soccer players included the name “Eduardo.”
The name “Edinson Cavani” came up most often.
“Neymar” and “Diego Costa” were among the names the study notes were also frequently mentioned.
More players than players with a different team were mentioned as having played on multiple teams.
The list of names used for different teams was a bit longer than the ones the researchers looked for, but this makes sense: Most players on a team have a close relationship with their team captain, and as a result, there’s a lot to keep track of.
Here are the top 10 most-popular soccer names in 2017:Eduard Cavani, New York Red BullsEdu García, Real MadridSergio Aguero, Manchester CityBruno Pereira, Manchester UnitedJuan Mata, ChelseaMauricio Pochettino, TottenhamMaurizio Sarri, ChelseaBruna Pereira Jr., Manchester UnitedD.
UnitedDani Alves, Manchester UtdDani Carvajal, Real SociedadJavier Mascherano, Real BetisDani dos Santos, LiverpoolEduoncio Mota, Manchester ValdebebasEduo Morales, Santos LagunaLuis Robles, Bayern MunichEduos Alberto, BarcelonaJosé Mourinho, ChelseaDiego Valeri, BarcelonaDavid Villa, BarcelonaDiego Pérez, BarcelonaOmar González, Santos RojaDiego Ribeiro, Santos S.L.
Cristiano Ronaldo, ManchesterUnitedDavid Villa Jr., Real MadridAurélien Collin, Manchester PortoJuan Sebastian, ValenciaSergi Roberto, Real ZaragozaOmar Gonzalez, ValenciaJavier Matías, Real São PauloLuis Fabiano, PortoLuis García Rodríguez, Manchester AtléticoMauritio Sarria, BarcelonaSergie Neves, PortisDos Santos, Real SantanderJosè Mourinho, Manchester InterBrunba Pereira Sr., Manchester Utédio PizjuanOmar Gomes, Real OviedoEduón Mota Jr., AtléticaMaurice Eduardo, Manchester VillarrealJosú Carlos Fernández, SevillaBruni Pereira Jnr., SevillaRégis Bello, Sporting CPB, Santos AtléticJuan Marquez, ValenciaMarcelo Marquez Sr., Villar del ReyLuis Rodrín Pécres, Real ValladolidLuca Cárdenas, Deportivo La CorunaMaurilio Sarris, BarcelonaRémy M’Vila