World’s Top 20 Richest Soccer Clubs Based On Revenue

The Deloitte Football Money League is an annual report that ranks the top 20 football clubs based on their financial performance. The latest edition, published this week, listed Manchester City as the wealthiest club for the 2021/22 season, with Real Madrid and Liverpool in second and third place respectively.

Richest Football Clubs Based On Revenue In 2021/22 Season

  1. Man City – £619.1m
  2. Real Madrid – £604.5m
  3. Liverpool – £594.3m
  4. Man United – £583.2m
  5. PSG – £554.0m
  6. Bayern Munich – £553.5m
  7. Barcelona 540.5m
  8. Chelsea – 481.3m
  9. Tottenham – £442.8
  10. Arsenal – £367.1m
  11. Juventus – £339.3m
  12. Atletico Madrid – £333.6m
  13. Borussia Dortmund – £302.2m
  14. Inter Milan – £261.2m
  15. West Ham – £255.1m
  16. AC Milan – £224.2m
  17. Leicester City – £213.6m
  18. Leeds – £189.2m
  19. Everton – £181m
  20. Newcastle – £179.8m

The latest Deloitte Football Money League report includes 11 English clubs among the top 20 wealthiest teams. Abu Dhabi-owned Man City topped the annual list, which is based on revenue in the 2021-22 season, for a second year in a row, ahead of Real Madrid.

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World’s Top 20 Richest Soccer Clubs Based On Revenue

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