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Madrid replaced United, Richest Football clubs List in world 2019.

Top 20 football richest clubs in the world by Earning revenue, Updated List 2019.

The World two class Spanish Clubs Barcelona and Champions League winners Real Madrid has dominated in all other Top 20 Clubs from the European side, to stay on Top of the table of the Richest clubs in the world by revenue generated.
The List also includes the Top 10 richest clubs in the world by revenue earning updated 2019 published by Deloitte.

Real Madrid regain top spot from united, Top 20 football richest clubs list in world 2019

Football is more than just a game now; it is a huge corporation. Every football club in the world is now a part of something bigger – they are a business and every business is judged by the money it makes. With that in mind, here are the 20 richest clubs in terms of revenue generated.

 The Real Madrid generated the highest revenue €750.9 million in the 2017-18 season, a new record, and followed by rivals Barcelona (€690.4m) and Manchester United (€666m) in the highest earning rankings.
 United slipped from their top spot last season to the third position, while Madrid and Barcelona each moved up one spot in the Richest football clubs List 2019.

 There were a record six English Premier League clubs in the top 10 world football rich list.

The top 20 highest earning football clubs for the 2017/18 season, with combined revenues growing 6% increase to €8.3bn, a new record; a previous year revenue was €7.4bn.

All Top 20 clubs presenting from the Five countries "Big Five" by Earning revenue from Football Clubs, 9 clubs out of the 20 teams in the rankings are from the Premier League, England, while four of the teams hail from Italy, three from Spain, three from Germany, and one from France.

 The Deloitte Football Money League 2019, now in its 22nd edition, ranks the top 20 clubs by revenue in world football.

Note: all the figures are driven from the Deloitte Football Money League.

#10 Tottenham Hotspur – €428.3 million

Tottenham might not have won anything of late and they might also have spent a lot of money on the new stadium, but even with all of that, they stand at number 10 on this list.

#9 Arsenal – €439.2 million

Arsenal celebrating Arsenal are another club that hasn’t won anything major but at least they have some recent FA Cup accolades. As a result of that and their consistent figure in European football, they are number 9.

#8 Chelsea – €505.7 million

Chelsea forward Eden Hazard Chelsea complete the London hattrick here. The Blues have made significantly more money than their London sisters and it could go further up if they manage to win something this year.

#7 Liverpool – €513.7 million

  It has been a long time since Liverpool last won a trophy. However, they were in the final of the Champions League last season and are currently leading the Premier League, helping them be at number 7.

#6 Paris Sainr Germain – €541.7 million

PSG forward Kylian Mbappe In terms of raw cash, PSG might be on the top of the list. When it comes to generating money, however, they are still behind the big boys. Nevertheless, they are number 6 here, which shows how far they have come.

#5 Manchester City – €568.4 million

Another cash-rich club, Manchester City are now consistently in this list due to the fact that they are one of the most consistent clubs in the Premier League. They won the competition last season and could repeat it this season too.

#4 Bayern Munich – €629.2 million

Bayern Munich duo Serge Gnabry and Robert Lewandowski The Bavarians had led the Bundesliga for a long time. In fact, one would have to go back to the early years of this decade to find a season where they didn’t win the league. As a result of the dominance and strict financial execution, they are at four here.

#3 Manchester United – €666 million

The Red Devils have an apt number in terms of revenue as 666 is the number of the devil. The Old Trafford outfit might not have won anything major since Sir Alex retired but such is the power of the club that they still make a lot of money.

#2 Barcelona – €690.4 million

Barcelona has been among the most successful clubs of the 21st century and have arguably the greatest player of all time in their team. So it is only natural for them to be at number two.

#1 Real Madrid – €750.9 million

Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema And the number one team is Real Madrid. The Galacticos have won four of their last five Champions League matches and became the first club to make a revenue of €750 million or more. For the 12 years running, they top the list of revenue generated.

Top 20 Richest/highest earning clubs in the World 2019.

Position (last year) Club 2017-18 Revenue (€m) 2016-17 Revenue (€m)
1 (2) Real Madrid 750.9 674.6
2 (3) FC Barcelona 690.4 648.3
3 (1) Manchester United 666 676.3
4 (4) Bayern Munich 629.2 587.8
5 (5) Manchester City 568.4 527.7
6 (7) Paris Saint-Germain 541.7 486.2
7 (9) Liverpool 513.7 424.2
8 (8) Chelsea 505.7 428.0
9 (6) Arsenal 439.2 487.6
10 (11) Tottenham 428.3 359.5
11 (10) Juventus 394.9 405.7
12 (12) Borussia Dortmund 317.2 332.6
13 (13) Atletico Madrid 304.4 272.5
14 (15) Inter-Milan 280.8 262.1
15 (n/a) Roma 250 171.8
16 (16) Schalke 243.8 230.2
17 (20) Everton 212.9 199.2
18 (n/a) Milan 207.7 191.7
19 (n/a) Newcastle 201.5 99.7
20 (17) West Ham 197.9 213.3

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