The world’s richest clubs: The Deloitte Football Money League (2014/15)

Manchester United have dropped into third place in the latest rankings behind Real Madrid and Barcelona, mainly due to last’s season Champions League absence.
English clubs dominate the top 30 of the world’s richest clubs – no fewer than 17 of the 20 Premier League clubs are ranked in the top 30 – and their position will become even stronger from next season when the huge new Premier League TV deals come on stream.

1 Real Madrid (577m euro), 2 Barcelona (560.8m), 3 Man Utd (519.5m), 4 Paris St Germain (480.8m), 5 Bayern Munich (474m), 6 Man City (463.5m), 7 Arsenal (435.5m), 8 Chelsea (420m), 9 Liverpool (391.8m) 10 Juventus (323.9m).

11 Borussia Dortmund (280.6m), 12 Tottenham (257.5m), 13 Schalke (219.7m), 14 AC Milan (199.1m), 15 Atletico Madrid (187.1m), 16 Roma (180.4m), 17 Newcastle (169.3m), 18 Everton (165.1m), 19 Inter Milan (164.8m), 20 West Ham (160.9m).

21 Galatasaray (159.1m), 22 Southampton (149.5m), 23 Aston Villa (148.8m), 24 Leicester (137.2m), 25 Sunderland (132.9m), 26 Swansea (132.8m) 27 Stoke (130.9m), 28 Crystal Palace (130.8m), 29 West Brom (126.6m), 30 Napoli (125.5m).

Revenue in millions of euros.

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