A new report has revealed that Scottish football fans are the most dedicated in Europe.

The Association of European Professional Football Leagues (EPFL) published the second edition of the Fan Attendance Report on Monday, which compares attendance figures across major domestic leagues from 2010/11 to 2016/17.

Scotland tops the table, boasting the highest average attendance per match based on country inhabitants with 0.21% of Scots going to games.

Norway and Switzerland are joined in second with 0.14%, while England has a figure of 0.07%, Spain 0.06% and Germany 0.05%.

An average crowd of 11,436 over that period also made the Ladbrokes Premiership the 10th best-attended division in Europe over a seven-year period.

That places Scotland's top tier above leagues in larger countries such as Switzerland, Portugal, Turkey, Belgium and Poland.

SPFL Chief Executive Neil Doncaster said: “Football remains Scotland’s national sport and it is hugely encouraging to see this report confirm that SPFL fans are the most devoted in Europe.

"It is further sign that our game is in good health and we hope that trend will continue in the years ahead."