On average, Brits consume 322 cans of sugary drinks a year, the equivalent of 106.1L, or 2L a week.
Topping the list was Germany with an average of 423 cans a year, more than 2.5L per person a year, followed by Denmark (378 cans) and the Czech Republic (375 cans).
The only country in the top five to have introduced a sugar tax has been Belgium. Despite topping the list, Germany has no plans to implement a sugar tax of its own.
Find out more about sugar soft drink consumption in Europe through the infographics below.
Meanwhile, Diet Coke sales have outperformed revenues from Classic Coca-Cola as the impact of the Soft Drinks Industry Levy takes hold.
Data source: https://www.puregym.com/soft-drink-consumption-europe/