TNS Officially Most Followed Club in WPL

The New Saints of Oswestry Town are now the biggest WPL club on Social Media as well as on the football pitch.

The Saints, who now have nearly 10.4 thousand followers on Twitter have been able to overtake Rhyl FC’s official Twitter account who have for a long time been the most followed WPL club on the online social networking service

TNS also have nearly nine thousand likes on their official Facebook page, which again makes them the leading Welsh Premier side in regards to likes on their official page.

Planet Hippo has proven to be instrumental in helping create awareness of the WPL Champions as the club are currently attracting more sponsors and advertising than ever before. The increased amount of followers and page likes has ensured that the sponsors are able to get more value for their money.

The Saints also recorded an incredible 1.2 million impressions on Twitter during a monthly period with people from all over the world, keen to keep up to date with the latest goings on at Park Hall Stadium.

The analytics experts at the club have also been able to show that the money that sponsors have put in is having a positive effect on their businesses.

The bespoke systems have ensured that the social media presence is greater than ever before and that will turn into more visitors through the gates over the next three to four years.

The volume of shirt sales is also another sign, with shirts being sold all over the world including Australia, New Zealand, United States of America as well as number of Asian countries.

Like many well recognised Leagues, the WPL has also been targeted by the betting world and in particular by the aforementioned Asian countries, who are also proving to be betting on The Saints very regularly. Due to the incredibly high win rate at Park Hall Stadium, the nine times Welsh Premier League Champions seem to be a perfect side to back due to the consistency of the wins, making TNS a likeable side for many Asian people.

Other WPL clubs are also backed regularly due to the vast emergence of the WPL elite football pyramid system.