Top Ten Richest Clubs In The World

According to a Deloitte analysis, more than half of the top ten richest clubs in terms of revenue come from the English Premier League.

In their Money League study for the 2021–22 season, eleven Premier League teams rank among the top 20.

More than half of the teams in the study are from the same league for the first time in 26 years.

Manchester City, the current Premier League champion, maintained its lead, earning 731 million euros (£619.1 million) more than Real Madrid (713.8 million euros).

From seventh, Liverpool moves up to third, joining Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal, West Ham, Leicester, Leeds, Everton, and Newcastle in the top 20.

From 2020 to 2021, the top 20 clubs made 9.2 billion euros, or 7.82 billion pounds.

Matchday revenue increased from 111 million euros to 1.4 billion euros as fans returned to stadiums for the first full season since Covid-19 restrictions.

Five of the big six teams in the Premier League—Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspur—perceived revenue increases of at least 15%. That led to an overall increase of 226 million euros.

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While commercial revenue increased by 8% to 3.8 billion euros (£2.975 billion to £3.23 billion), broadcast revenue decreased by 11% to 485 million euros (£412.25 million). Due to postponed matches from the 2019-20 season, the numbers for the previous season were higher than usual.

The List Of Teams:

Manchester City (731m euros)

Real Madrid (713.8m euros)

Liverpool (701.7m euros)

Manchester United (688.6m euros)

Paris St-Germain (654.2m euros)

Bayern Munich (653.6m euros)

Barcelona (638.2m euros)

Chelsea (568.3m euros)

Tottenham Hotspurs (523m euros)

Arsenal (433.5m euros)

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