The List of top 20 richest football clubs in the world

More than half of the world richest football clubs by revenue was English Premier League, but according to analysis by Deloitte

For the first time Manchester City take the position of top five for 2015 /2016, before they took over the table last season.

There performance seem impressive form in the pitch that makes them win back-to-back titles under Pep Guardiola and they also post Premier League commercial revenue record of 373m euros (£317.05m).

But Liverpool is the biggest mover, they rise from seven to third, to achieve their highest position ever and overtake Manchester United for the first time rankings.

They avoid themselves from Champions League final, that cost them to lose 1-0 to Real Madrid, but they gain additional broadcast revenue. 

Is true that they also generate more than 100m euros (£85m) from match-day revenue for the first time.

But Arsenal become the first team to enter top 10 since 2018 / 2019, that them to rise in match-day revenue, while Leeds United managed enter first time since 2002 /2003 and also Newcastle re-enter too. 

Because both clubs report higher match-day and commercial revenue was numerous more than other English clubs.

Even if they extend the League money to top 30 it will be among 16 Premier League clubs included, the five clubs from La Liga, while three from both Serie A and also Bundesliga and one from Ligue 1.

Because all of the teams from the European leagues compete for UEFA club competitions in 2021/2022. 

The director for Deloitte Sports Business Group is Sam Boor, add:

“Even the Premier League financial power is unlikely to be challenged for up coming seasons. 

“Something like shows that the clubs will continue to attract international investment too.”

“But for now, it will just likely a case of not if, but when, all the 20 Premier League clubs will appear the League Money top 30.”

It just Eleven Premier League clubs makes up the top 20 in their League Money study from 2021/2022 season.

Because this was the first time in the study of pass 26 years which makes more than half of the clubs come from the same league.

But the champions Manchester City retain top spot, it makes 731m euros (£619.1m), ahead of Real Madrid (713.8m euros).

Actually Liverpool move from seventh to third position, while Chelsea, Manchester United, Tottenham and Arsenal also makes the top 10, with Leicester City, Everton, West Ham, Leeds United and Newcastle take the top 20.

Because the top 20 clubs made 9.2bn euros (£7.82bn), the 13% increase from 2020/2021.

As hear-say the increase was largely down to the return of fans to stadiums for the first full season after Covid-19 restrictions, with match-day revenue rising from 111m euros to 1.4bn euros. 

Names of the Five of the Premier League ‘big-six‘ – Manchester united, Manchester city, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Chelsea – there report revenue increase to 15% or more. 

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