Real Madrid Remains Highest-Earning Club For 11th year (See Top 30)

New figures made public on Thursday by accountancy firm, Deloitte, have revealed that Real Madrid are still the biggest earners in football. Los Blancos did not win any trophy last season, but they raked in a revenue of 577 million ($628m) in the 2014/2015 season to keep them top for the 11th straight year. “The planned redevelopment of the Santiago Bernabeu will help to continue the growth in matchday income in the coming years,” Dan Jones, a partner in the Deloitte sports business division, said. All the the world’s top 20 clubs are in Europe and dominated by the Premier League who have nine teams. Barcelona generated €560.8m, to displace Manchester United who made £395.2m ($560m) from second place. “Despite a reduction in revenue year-on-year, the fact that Manchester United remain in the top three of the Money League demonstrates the underlying strength of the club’s business model,” Deloitte senior manager Tim Bridge, stated. “Despite disappointing performances by Premier League clubs in recent European competitions, they continue to lead the way in revenue terms. This is again testament to the phenomenal broadcast success of the English Premier League and the relative equality of its distributions, giving its non-Champions League clubs particularly a considerable competitive advantage internationally. “With the new round of Premier League broadcast deals set to deliver greatly improved domestic broadcast revenues in 2016-17, we expect to see Premier League clubs cementing their places in the top 30 in the coming years, with potential for some of these to climb into the top 20.” The Deloitte Football Money League (2014-15 revenue in millions of euros):


1. Real Madrid (€577m),

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).


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