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Man City remain the richest club in world

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More than half of the world’s richest clubs by revenue are from the Premier League, according to analysis by Deloitte.

Eleven Premier League clubs make up the top 20 in their Money League study from the 2021-22 season.

It is the first time in the study’s 26 years that more than half of the clubs are from the same league.

Champions Manchester City retained top spot, making 731m euros (£619.1m), ahead of Real Madrid (713.8m euros).

Liverpool rise to third from seventh, while Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal also make the top 10, with West Ham, Leicester, Leeds, Everton and Newcastle in the top 20.

The top 20 clubs made 9.2bn euros (£7.82bn), a 13% increase from 2020-21.

That increase is largely down to the return of fans to stadia for the first full season after Covid-19 restrictions, with matchday revenue rising from 111m euros to 1.4bn euros.

Five of the Premier League’s ‘big six’ – Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur – reported revenue increases of 15% or more. That saw a total increase of 226m euros.

Commercial revenues rose 8%, from 3.5bn euros to 3.8bn euros (£2.975bn to £3.23bn) but there was an 11% (485m euros/£412.25m) fall in broadcast revenue. Last season’s figures were higher than usual because of postponed matches from the 2019-20 season being played.

1 (1) Manchester City 619.1 (731m euros) 571.1 (644.9m euros)
2 (2) Real Madrid 604.5 (713.8m euros) 567.3 (640.7m euros)
3 (7) Liverpool 594.3 (701.7m euros) 487.4 (550.4m euros)
4 (5) Manchester United 583.2 (688.6m euros) 494.1 (558m euros)
5 (6) Paris St-Germain 554 (654.2m euros) 492.5 (556.2m euros)
6 (3) Bayern Munich 553.5 (653.6m euros) 541.4 (611.4m euros)
7 (4) Barcelona 540.5 (638.2m euros) 515.4 (582.1m euros)
8 (8) Chelsea 481.3 (568.3m euros) 436.6 (493.1m euros)
9 (10) Tottenham Hotspur 442.8 (523m euros) 359.7 (406.2m euros)
10 (11) Arsenal 367.1 (433.5m euros) 324.5 (366.5m euros)
11 (9) Juventus 339.3 (400.6m euros) 383.5 (433.1m euros)
12 (13) Atletico Madrid 333.6 (393.9m euros) 294.7 (332.8m euros)
13 (12) Borussia Dortmund 302.2 (356.9m euros) 298.9 (337.6m euros)
14 (14) Inter Milan 261.2 (308.4m euros) 293 (330.9m euros)
15 (16) West Ham United 255.1 (301.2m euros) 196.1 (221.5m euros)
16 (19) AC Milan 224.4 (264.9m euros) 191.5 (216.3m euros)
17 (15) Leicester City 213.6 (252.2m euros) 226.2 (255.5m euros)
18 (n/a) Leeds United 189.2 (223.4m euros) 168.6 (190.4m euros)
19 (18) Everton 181 (213.7m euros) 193.1 (218.1m euros)
20 (n/a) Newcastle United 179.8 (212.3m euros) 150.6 (170.1m euros)

 

Source: BBC



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