GETTY STOCK IMAGEHOT: Women are more likely to be attracted to men who have a sporty bio
At least 17 million of us Brits will use dating apps to find a partner and a whopping one in five relationships now begin online.
So it’s common for us to turn to Tinder when we’re in the middle of a dry spell.
Women are more likely to find matches, as men are three-times more likely to swipe right.
According to an experiment conducted by GolfSupport.com, women are instantly more attracted to men who play rugby.
A man who had no mention of sport in his bio got an average of 57 matches, compared to a sporty profile, which averaged at 94.2 matches.
It also found that guys prefer women who say they’re into dance in a big way.
For women, a non-sporty profile got 88 matches, compared to 98.4 matches for a sporty Tinder profile.
GETTY STOCK IMAGEYOU GUESSED IT: Lads who play rugby tend to get more matches on Tinder
The Tinder experiment also showed that rugby players are more likely to receive matches than players of any other sport – 120 in total.
This was followed by weightlifters (117 matches), golfers (104 matches), swimmers (102 matches) and boxers (97 matches).5a54a9e804028500011248d3
Unfortunately footballers were left out of the top 5, but still came ahead of dancers, gymnasts, cricketers and horse-riders.
One study found that women were more attracted to athletic men, because they are more likely to provide healthy children.