The World Cup is over but the sport remains hugely popular in many countries.
A new report by global logistics and logistics company Ascent Global Logistics shows which countries have the biggest international football teams.
Here are the top 10 countries with the most teams.
United States: 12 teams, including FC Dallas, the Los Angeles Galaxy and the Chicago Fire.
The Dallas Stars have won seven consecutive MLS Cups.
Canada: 10 teams, with Montreal Impact and Toronto FC leading the way.
Montreal is the second-highest-earning Canadian club.
United Kingdom: 8 teams, as London is the most successful British club.
Germany: 7 teams, the top German club, FC Nürnberg.
Netherlands: 6 teams, Ajax, FC Groningen and Ajax Rotterdam.
Argentina: 6 countries, including Buenos Aires, Santos Laguna and Sestito de la Constitución.
Brazil: 6 players, with the top two Brazilian teams, Sao Paulo and Corinthians.
United Arab Emirates: 6 cities, including Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and Al Khobar.
France: 6 European clubs, including Paris Saint-Germain and Paris Saint Germain-Begala.
Netherlands – 10 countries, most of them having a team in Europe.
Source Football Italiano