By Chris WhittakerA new study by the sports bible has determined which sport is the fastest growing in the UK.
The study by Sportvision and The Guardian looked at more than 1,000 people to see which sport has seen the most growth over the past two years.
The Sportvision survey found that the fastest-growing sport in the country is the Premier League, up by 13% in the last 12 months, with the top two sporting leagues also having grown by a further 8%.
The top two sports in the United Kingdom are Football and Rugby.
The Premier League has been in the top ten most-watched sport in Britain for more than a year, with a total of 7.8 million viewers watching every game.
The top sport on the BBC is football, which is now at number eight with 8.5 million viewers.
Rugby has been number seven in the most recent edition of the BBC Sport Football Index, with 6.6 million viewers and Rugby World Cup 2014 is the most-viewed sport.
The second-most-wanted sport is baseball, with 7.6m viewers watching the games, but that is down by 7% since the previous year.
There are a number of factors behind the rise of the sport in England, and it has been linked to the economic downturn.
The sport is also growing in popularity due to the popularity of live football and rugby, the rise in the number of overseas fans and the emergence of a growing female audience.
The Football League, which has just over 1,500 members, is the highest-ranking British sports league with more than 3 million fans.
Rugby is also the top-selling sport in Europe, with more people tuning in to watch matches.
But the Sportvision report also found that football has seen its share of growth over time, with attendance up by 14% in 2013-14 and the average attendance per match at the top three English football clubs has increased by 13%.
Rugby is growing the fastest in England with a 10% increase since 2012, although the top league has seen a drop in attendance due to a rise in TV deals.