World’s Wealthiest Clubs by Revenue

Manchester United have come second in the list of the world’s richest clubs, while Real Madrid stay top for the fourth year in a row.

Deloitte’s Football Money League, based on financial information for the 2007/08 season, features seven English clubs in the top 20 positions.

The authors said that United would have been top of the Money League if the pound was still at June 2007 levels.

Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool are fifth, sixth and seventh respectively.

1. Real Madrid: £289.6m
2. Man Utd: £257.1m
3. Barcelona: £244.4m
4. Bayern Munich: £233.8m
5. Chelsea: £212.9m
6. Arsenal: £209.3m
7. Liverpool: £167m
8. AC Milan: £165.8m
9. AS Roma: £138.9m
10. Inter Milan: £136.9m

Source: Deloitte: 2007/8

6 Responses

  1. Tim says:

    yes but there is a sky tv so every other league can kiss the premier leagues ***

  2. cb says:

    without sky tv no english team would be there

  3. Arfa says:

    Mancity is in th 20th position

  4. Jeff says:

    The list is based on revenue, not capital.

  5. Ed says:

    Where is Man C?!

  6. Zac says:

    What about City? Boasting As The Worlds Richest Club??? Not Even Top 10 Of Revenue

    Glory Glory Man United