2020 World’s Richest Football Clubs: Barca Overtake Real

World’s Richest Football Clubs

Last updated on January 15th, 2020 at 12:52 pm

Barcelona have been announced as the world’s richest football club with earnings of £741m, ahead of Real Madrid in second with £667.5m.

Meanwhile, Manchester United topped Premier League revenue for 23rd straight year, but according to experts, their dominance may soon end

City were the next richest Premier League club and their earnings of £538.2m put them sixth overall, just ahead of Liverpool in seventh with revenues of £533m.

The Red Devils have been the richest club since Deloitte first compiled their Money League in 1997, but the accounting experts feel United’s reign may be coming to an end.

Deloitte are projecting deflated revenues of between £560-580m for the Red Devils this season, partly owing to a second campaign without the riches of the Champions League.

Deloitte’s Dan Jones claims United may finally be overtaken by City or Liverpool.

Barcelona were the word’s richest club with earnings of £741m, followed by Real in second with £667.5m.

Tottenham, who were boosted by last season’s Champions League final appearance, took the number eight spot on £459.3m and Chelsea were ninth with £452.2m.

Bayern Munich came fourth and Paris Saint-Germain fifth, with Juventus completing the top 10.

World’s Richest Football Clubs

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DELOITTE FOOTBALL MONEY LEAGUE 2018/19

Rank // Club // Revenue

1 // Barcelona // £741,100,000

2 // Real Madrid // £667,500,000

3 // Manchester United // £627,100,000

4 // Bayern Munich // £581,800,000

5 // PSG // £560,500,000

6 // Manchester City // £538,200,000

7 // Liverpool // £533,000,000

8 // Tottenham Hotspur // £459,300,000

9 // Chelsea // £452,200,000

10 // Juventus // £405,200,000

11 // Arsenal // £392,700,000

12 // Borussia Dortmund // £332,400,000

13 // Atletico Madrid // £324,000,000

14 // Inter // £321,300,000

15 // Schalke // £286,300,000

16 // Roma // £203,600,000

17 // Lyon // £194,600,000

18 // West Ham United // £190,700,000

19 // Everton // £187,700,000

20 // Napoli // £182,800,000

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Greg Afamah

Written by Greg Afamah

Greg is a Sports content writer. He has many years of experience in Sports Writing. He was a writer for Opera News and is Editor-in-Chief at GoalBall.

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