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Deloitte Football Money League

The Deloitte Football Money League is a ranking of football clubs by revenue generated from football operations. It is produced annually by the accountancy firm Deloitte and released in early February of each year, describing the season most recently finished.

Contents

Rankings by seasonEdit

2015–16Edit

Appearances by Country
Ranking Country Number of Teams Total Revenue (€ million)
1   12 3821.1
2   5 1095.9
3   4 1249.7
4   3 1468.9
5   2 680.9
  2 313.6
6   1 196.5
  1 152.1
Rank in
2015–16
Club Revenue
( million)
Country Rank in
2014–15
Change
1 Manchester United 689.0   England 3   +2
2 Barcelona 620.2   Spain 2  
3 Real Madrid 620.1   Spain 1   −2
4 Bayern Munich 592.0   Germany 5   +1
5 Manchester City 524.9   England 6   +1
6 Paris Saint‑Germain 520.9   France 4   −2
7 Arsenal 468.5   England 7  
8 Chelsea 447.4   England 8  
9 Liverpool 403.8   England 9  
10 Juventus 341.1   Italy 10  
11 Borussia Dortmund 283.9   Germany 11  
12 Tottenham Hotspur 279.7   England 12  
13 Atlético Madrid 228.6   Spain 15   +2
14 Schalke 04 224.5   Germany 13   −1
15 Roma 218.2   Italy 16   +1
16 Milan 214.7   Italy 14   −2
17 Zenit Saint Petersburg 196.5   Russia 31+  
18 West Ham United 192.3   England 20   +2
19 Internazionale 179.2   Italy 19  
20 Leicester City 172.1   England 24   +4
21 Newcastle United 168.2   England 17   −4
22 Southampton 163.3   England 22  
23 Everton 162.5   England 18   −5
24 Lyon 160.0   France 31+  
25 Fenerbahçe 157.7   Turkey 31+  
26 Galatasaray 155.9   Turkey 21   -5
27 Benfica 152.1   Portugal 31+  
28 Borussia Mönchengladbach 149.3   Germany 31+  
29 Sunderland 144.4   England 25   -4
30 Napoli 142.7   Italy 30  

2014–15Edit

Appearances by Country
Ranking Country Number of Teams Total Revenue (€ million)
1   17 3939.8
2   5 993.7
3   3 1324.9
  3 974.3
5   1 480.8
  1 159.1
  1 132.8
Rank in
2014–15
Club Revenue
( million)
Country Rank in
2013–14
Change
1 Real Madrid 577.0   Spain 1  
2 Barcelona 560.8   Spain 4   +2
3 Manchester United 519.5   England 2   −1
4 Paris Saint‑Germain 480.8   France 5   +1
5 Bayern Munich 474.0   Germany 3   −2
6 Manchester City 463.5   England 6  
7 Arsenal 435.5   England 8   +1
8 Chelsea 420.0   England 7   −1
9 Liverpool 391.8   England 9  
10 Juventus 323.9   Italy 10  
11 Borussia Dortmund 280.6   Germany 11  
12 Tottenham Hotspur 257.5   England 13   +1
13 Schalke 04 219.7   Germany 14   +1
14 Milan 199.1   Italy 12   −2
15 Atlético Madrid 187.1   Spain 15  
16 Roma 180.4   Italy 24   +8
17 Newcastle United 169.3   England 19   +2
18 Everton 165.1   England 20   +2
19 Internazionale 164.8   Italy 17   -2
20 West Ham United 160.9   England 21   +1
21 Galatasaray 159.1   Turkey 18   -3
22 Southampton 149.5   England 25   +3
23 Aston Villa 148.8   England 22   -1
24 Leicester City 137.2   England 31+  
25 Sunderland 132.9   England 27   +2
26 Swansea City 132.8   Wales 29   +3
27 Stoke City 130.9   England 30   +3
28 Crystal Palace 130.8   England 31+  
29 West Bromwich Albion 126.6   England 31+  
30 Napoli 125.5   Italy 16   -14

2013–14Edit

Appearances by Country
Ranking Country Number of Teams Total Revenue (€ million)
1   14 3140.2
2   5 985.3
3   4 1083.2
4   3 1204
5   2 604.7
6   1 161.9
  1 126.0
  1 118.0
Rank in
2013–14
Club Revenue
( million)
Country Rank in
2012–13
Change
1 Real Madrid 549.5   Spain 1  
2 Manchester United 518.0   England 4   +2
3 Bayern Munich 487.5   Germany 3  
4 Barcelona 484.6   Spain 2   −2
5 Paris Saint‑Germain 474.2   France 5  
6 Manchester City 414.4   England 6  
7 Chelsea 387.9   England 7  
8 Arsenal 359.3   England 8  
9 Liverpool 305.9   England 12   +3
10 Juventus 279.4   Italy 9   −1
11 Borussia Dortmund 261.5   Germany 11  
12 Milan 249.7   Italy 10   −2
13 Tottenham Hotspur 215.8   England 14   +1
14 Schalke 04 213.9   Germany 13   -1
15 Atlético Madrid 169.9   Spain 20   +5
16 Napoli 164.8   Italy 22   +6
17 Internazionale 164.0   Italy 15   -2
18 Galatasaray 161.9   Turkey 16   -2
19 Newcastle United 155.1   England 25   +6
20 Everton 144.1   England 31+  
21 West Ham United 137.4   England 29   +8
22 Aston Villa 133.0   England 31+  
23 Marseille 130.5   France 30   +7
24 Roma 127.4   Italy 19   -5
25 Southampton 126.9   England 31+  
26 Benfica 126.0   Portugal 26  
27 Sunderland 124.8   England 31+  
28 Hamburger SV 120.3   Germany 17   -11
29 Swansea City 118.0   Wales 31+  
30 Stoke City 117.6   England 31+  

2012–13Edit

Appearances by Country
Ranking Country Number of Teams Total Revenue (€ million)
1   8 1957
2   6 1051.7
3   5 1137.5
4   4 1237.5
5   2 503.1
  2 283.4
7   1 113.3
  1 109.2
  1 107.6
Rank in
2012–13
Club Revenue
( million)
Country Rank in
2011–12
Change
1 Real Madrid 518.9   Spain 1  
2 Barcelona 482.6   Spain 2  
3 Bayern Munich 431.2   Germany 4   +1
4 Manchester United 423.8   England 3   −1
5 Paris Saint‑Germain 398.8   France 10   +5
6 Manchester City 316.2   England 7   +1
7 Chelsea 303.4   England 5   −2
8 Arsenal 284.3   England 6   −2
9 Juventus 272.4   Italy 13   +4
10 Milan 263.5   Italy 8   −2
11 Borussia Dortmund 256.2   Germany 12   +1
12 Liverpool 240.6   England 9   −3
13 Schalke 04 198.2   Germany 15   +2
14 Tottenham Hotspur 172   England 14  
15 Internazionale 168.8   Italy 11   −4
16 Galatasaray 157   Turkey 19   +3
17 Hamburger SV 135.4   Germany 20   +3
18 Fenerbahçe 126.4   Turkey 31+  
19 Roma 124.4   Italy 21   +2
20 Atlético Madrid 120   Spain 25   +5
21 VfB Stuttgart 116.5   Germany 27   +6
22 Napoli 116.4   Italy 21   -1
23 Valencia 116   Spain 22  
24 Corinthians 113.3   Brazil 32   +8
25 Newcastle United 111.9   England 22   -3
26 Benfica 109.2   Portugal 24   -2
27 Ajax 107.6   Netherlands 26   -1
28 Lazio 106.2   Italy 31+  
29 West Ham United 104.8   England 30  
30 Marseille 104.3   France 17   -13

2011–12Edit

Appearances by Country
Ranking Country Number of Teams Total Revenue (€ million)
1   11 2213.6
2   5 963.9
  5 917.2
4   4 1214.6
5   3 488.1
6   1 129.7
  1 111.1
  1 104.1
  1 94.1

For the fourth year running, the top 4 teams were Real Madrid, Barcelona, Manchester United and Bayern Munich, with Real Madrid becoming the first team to generate over €500 million in revenue. Manchester City, Borussia Dortmund and Napoli continued their meteoric rises up the table.

Rank in
2011–12
Club Revenue
( million)
Country Rank in
2010–11
Change
1 Real Madrid 512.6   Spain 1  
2 Barcelona 483.0   Spain 2  
3 Manchester United 395.9   England 3  
4 Bayern Munich 368.4   Germany 4  
5 Chelsea 322.6   England 5  
6 Arsenal 290.3   England 6  
7 Manchester City 285.6   England 12   +5
8 Milan 256.9   Italy 7   −1
9 Liverpool 233.2   England 9  
10 Paris Saint‑Germain 220.5   France 31+  
11 Internazionale 200.6   Italy 8   −3
12 Dortmund 196.7   Germany 16   +4
13 Juventus 195.4   Italy 13  
14 Tottenham Hotspur 178.2   England 11   −3
15 Schalke 04 174.5   Germany 10   −5
16 Napoli 148.4   Italy 20   +4
17 Marseille 135.7   France 14   −3
18 Lyon 131.9   France 17   −1
19 Galatasaray 129.7   Turkey 31+  
20 Hamburger SV 121.1   Germany 18   −2
21 Roma 115.9   Italy 15   -6
22 Newcastle United 115.3   England 25   +3
23 Valencia 111.1   Spain 19   -4
24 Benfica 111.1   Portugal 21   -3
25 Atlético Madrid 107.9   Spain 22   -3
26 Ajax 104.1   Netherlands 26  
27 VfB Stuttgart 103.2   Germany 27  
28 Everton 99.5   England 28  
29 Aston Villa 98.6   England 24   -5
30 Fulham 98.0   England 31+  
31 Sunderland 96.4   England 30   -1
32 Corinthians 94.1   Brazil 31+  

2010–11Edit

Appearances by Country
Ranking Country Number of Teams Total Revenue (€ million)
1   11 1886.9
2   6 986.3
3   5 858.8
4   4 1146.9
5   2 283.2
6   1 102.5
  1 97.1
Rank in
2010–11
Club Revenue
( million)
Country Rank in
2009–10
Change
1 Real Madrid 479.5   Spain 1  
2 Barcelona 450.7   Spain 2  
3 Manchester United 367.0   England 3  
4 Bayern Munich 321.4   Germany 4  
5 Arsenal 251.1   England 5  
6 Chelsea 249.8   England 6  
7 Milan 235.1   Italy 7  
8 Internazionale 211.4   Italy 9   +1
9 Liverpool 203.3   England 8   −1
10 Schalke 04 202.4   Germany 16   +6
11 Tottenham Hotspur 181.0   England 12   +1
12 Manchester City 169.6   England 11   −1
13 Juventus 153.9   Italy 10   −3
14 Marseille 150.4   France 15   +1
15 Roma 143.5   Italy 18   +3
16 Dortmund 138.5   Germany 22   +6
17 Lyon 132.8   France 14   −3
18 Hamburger SV 128.8   Germany 13   −5
19 Valencia 116.8   Spain 25   +6
20 Napoli 114.9   Italy 29   +9
21 Benfica 102.5   Portugal 26   +5
22 Atlético Madrid 99.9   Spain 17   −5
23 Werder Bremen 99.7   Germany 28   +5
24 Aston Villa 99.3   England 20   −4
25 Newcastle United 98.0   England 31+  
26 Ajax 97.1   Netherlands 31+  
27 VfB Stuttgart 95.5   Germany 19   −8
28 Everton 90.8   England 27   −1
29 West Ham United 89.1   England 31   +3
30 Sunderland 87.9   England 31+  

2009–10Edit

Appearances by Country
Ranking Country Number of Teams Total Revenue (€ million)
1   10 1792
2   6 989.8
  6 925.5
4   5 1160.1
5   3 390
6   1 98.2
Rank Club Revenue
( million)
Country Change
1. Real Madrid 438.6   Spain  
2. Barcelona 398.1   Spain  
3. Manchester United 349.8   England  
4. Bayern Munich 323.0   Germany  
5. Arsenal 274.1   England  
6. Chelsea 255.9   England  
7. Milan 235.8   Italy  3
8. Liverpool 225.3   England  1
9. Internazionale 224.8   Italy  
10. Juventus 205.0   Italy  2
11. Manchester City 152.8   England  9
12. Tottenham Hotspur 146.3   England  3
13. Hamburger SV 146.2   Germany  2
14. Lyon 146.1   France  1
15. Marseille 141.1   France  1
16. Schalke 04 139.8   Germany  
17. Atlético Madrid 124.5   Spain  5
18. Roma 122.7   Italy  6
19. VfB Stuttgart 114.8   Germany  5
20. Aston Villa 109.4   England  5
21. Fiorentina 106.4   Italy
22. Borussia Dortmund 105.2   Germany
23. Bordeaux 102.8   France
24. Sevilla 99.6   Spain
25. Valencia 99.3   Spain
26. Benfica 98.2   Portugal
27. Everton 96.6   England
28. Werder Bremen 96.5   Germany
29. Napoli 95.1   Italy
30. Fulham 94.2   England
31. West Ham United 87.6   England

2008–09Edit

Rank Club Revenue
( million)
Country Change
1. Real Madrid 401.4   Spain  
2. Barcelona 365.9   Spain  1
3. Manchester United 327.0   England  1
4. Bayern Munich 289.5   Germany  
5. Arsenal 263.0   England  1
6. Chelsea 242.3   England  1
7. Liverpool 237.0   England  
8. Juventus 203.2   Italy  3
9. Internazionale 196.5   Italy  1
10. Milan 196.5   Italy  2
11. Hamburger SV 146.7   Germany  4
12. Roma 146.4   Italy  3
13. Lyon 139.6   France  1
14. Marseille 133.2   France  2
15. Tottenham Hotspur 132.7   England  1
16. Schalke 04 124.5   Germany  3
17. Werder Bremen 114.7   Germany  >3
18. Borussia Dortmund 103.5   Germany  >2
19. Manchester City 101.2   England  1
20. Newcastle United 101.0   England  3

2007–08Edit

Rank Club Revenue
( million)
Country
1 Real Madrid 365.8   Spain
2. Manchester United 324.8   England
3. Barcelona 308.8   Spain
4. Bayern Munich 295.3   Germany
5. Chelsea 268.9   England
6. Arsenal 264.0   England
7. Liverpool 210.9   England
8. Milan 209.5   Italy
9. Roma 175.4   Italy
10. Internazionale 172.9   Italy
11. Juventus 167.5   Italy
12. Lyon 155.7   France
13. Schalke 04 148.4   Germany
14. Tottenham Hotspur 145.0   England
15. Hamburger SV 127.9   Germany
16. Marseille 126.8   France
17. Newcastle United 125.6   England
18. VfB Stuttgart 111.5   Germany
19. Fenerbahçe 111.3   Turkey
20. Manchester City 104.0   England

2006–07Edit

The total revenue of the 20 richest clubs in the footballing world was over a record €3.73 billion. No side could displace Real Madrid, who remain top of football's financial rankings for the third year running after seeing their revenues leap 20% to €351.8 million during the 2006–07 season.

Manchester United displaced Barcelona in second place, the Spanish club moving down to third. Chelsea's revenue increase sees them return to the top five, into fourth place whilst Arsenal's move to the Emirates Stadium transformed their revenues moving them up to fifth place. This marked the first time any country has had three clubs in the top five of the Money League.

European champions Milan moved up to sixth place while runners-up Liverpool moved two places up to eighth. Italian champions Internazionale moved down two places to 9th while Bayern Munich moved up a spot to seventh. Juventus' relegation into Serie B saw them move nine places down to 12th place.

Rank Club Revenue
( million)
Country
1. Real Madrid 351.0   Spain
2. Manchester United 315.2   England
3. Barcelona 290.1   Spain
4. Chelsea 283.0   England
5. Arsenal 263.9   England
6. Milan 227.2   Italy
7. Bayern Munich 223.3   Germany
8. Liverpool 198.9   England
9. Internazionale 195.0   Italy
10. Roma 157.6   Italy
11. Tottenham Hotspur 153.1   England
12. Juventus 145.2   Italy
13. Lyon 140.6   France
14. Newcastle United 129.4   England
15. Hamburger SV 120.4   Germany
16. Schalke 04 114.3   Germany
17. Celtic 111.8   Scotland
18. Valencia 107.6   Spain
19. Marseille 99.0   France
20. Werder Bremen 97.3   Germany

2005–06Edit

The total revenue of the top 20 richest clubs in the world is now over €3.3 billion. Barcelona gained four places in the ranking for this year, making the two richest clubs both from Spain. England has the largest number of clubs in the list. A club from Portugal was added to the list for the first time. Portugal's Benfica is the third club from the Iberian Peninsula among the top 20 in the world, after Spain's Real Madrid and Barcelona.

Rank Club Revenue
( million)
Country
1. Real Madrid 292.2   Spain
2. Barcelona 259.1   Spain
3. Juventus 251.2   Italy
4. Manchester United 242.6   England
5. Milan 238.7   Italy
6. Chelsea 221.0   England
7. Internazionale 206.6   Italy
8. Bayern Munich 204.7   Germany
9. Arsenal 177.4   England
10. Liverpool 176.0   England
11. Lyon 127.7   France
12. Roma 127.0   Italy
13. Newcastle United 124.3   England
14. Schalke 04 122.9   Germany
15. Tottenham Hotspur 107.2   England
16. Hamburger SV 101.8   Germany
17. Manchester City 89.4   England
18. Rangers 88.5   Scotland
19. West Ham United 86.9   England
20. Benfica 85.1   Portugal

2004–05Edit

In the rankings for the 2004–05 season, Real Madrid longs run at the top. Three clubs that had appeared in the previous season's top twenty (Marseille, Rangers, and Aston Villa) were replaced by Lyon, Everton, and Valencia.

Rank Club Income
( million)
Country
1. Real Madrid 275.7   Spain
2. Manchester United 246.4   England
3. Milan 234.0   Italy
4. Juventus 229.4   Italy
5. Chelsea 220.8   England
6. Barcelona 207.9   Spain
7. Bayern Munich 189.5   Germany
8. Liverpool 181.2   England
9. Internazionale 177.2   Italy
10. Arsenal 171.3   England
11. Roma 131.8   Italy
12. Newcastle United 128.9   England
13. Tottenham Hotspur 104.5   England
14. Schalke 04 97.4   Germany
15. Lyon 92.9   France
16. Celtic 92.7   Scotland
17. Manchester City 90.1   England
18. Everton 88.8   England
19. Valencia 84.6   Spain
20. Lazio 83.1   Italy

2003–04Edit

In the 2003–04 season, five clubs recorded revenues of over €200m with Manchester United once again being ranked as the richest club in Europe.

Rank Club Income
( million)
Country
1. Manchester United 259.4   England
2. Real Madrid 236.2   Spain
3. Milan 222.1   Italy
4. Chelsea 217.5   England
5. Juventus 215.3   Italy
6. Arsenal 174.1   England
7. Barcelona 169.9   Spain
8. Internazionale 167.1   Italy
9. Bayern Munich 166.4   Germany
10. Liverpool 140.2   England

2002–03Edit

English clubs dominated the money league for the 2002–03 season, with five Premier League clubs occupying spots in the top 10.

Rank Club Income
( million)
Country
1. Manchester United 251.2   England
2. Juventus 218.8   Italy
3. Milan 200.4   Italy
4. Real Madrid 193.7   Spain
5. Bayern Munich 163.9   Germany
6. Internazionale 162.5   Italy
7. Arsenal 150.1   England
8. Liverpool 149.3   England
9. Newcastle United 139.3   England
10. Chelsea 134.1   England

2001–02Edit

Rank Club Income
( million)
Country
1. Manchester United 229.5   England
2. Juventus 177.9   Italy
3. Bayern Munich 176.8   Germany
4. Milan 159.1   Italy
5. Liverpool 154.6   England
6. Real Madrid 152.2   Spain
7. Chelsea 143.4   England
8. Arsenal 141.4   England
9. Barcelona 139.8   Spain
10. Roma 136.8   Italy

2000–01Edit

Rank Club Income
( million)
Country
1. Manchester United 217.2   England
2. Juventus 173.5   Italy
3. Bayern Munich 173.2   Germany
4. Milan 164.6   Italy
5. Real Madrid 138.2   Spain
6. Liverpool 137.6   England
7. Lazio 125.4   Italy
8. Roma 123.8   Italy
9. Chelsea 118.4   England
10. Internazionale 112.8   Italy

1997–98Edit

[1]

Rank Club Income
(£ million)
Country
1. Manchester United 87.9   England
2. Real Madrid 72.2   Spain
3. Bayern Munich 66.2   Germany
4. Juventus 55.3   Italy
5. Newcastle United 49.2   England
6. Barcelona 48.57   Spain
7. Milan 48.55   Italy
8. Internazionale 48.2   Italy
9. Chelsea 47.5   England
10. Liverpool 45.5   England

Summary table: Number of times appearing in Top 10Edit

Summary table: Some teams appearing in Top 10Edit

Club 2011–12
( million)
2010–11
( million)
2009–10
( million)
2008–09
( million)
2007–08
( million)
2006–07
( million)
2005–06
( million)
2004–05
( million)
2003–04
( million)
2002–03
( million)
2001–02
( million)
2000–01
( million)
Country
Real Madrid 512.6 (1) 479.5 (1) 438.6 (1) 401.4 (1) 365.8 (1) 351.8 (1) 292.2 (1) 275.7 (1) 236.2 (2) 193.7 (4) 152.2 (6) 138.2 (5)   Spain
Barcelona 483.0 (2) 450.7 (2) 398.1 (2) 365.9 (2) 308.8 (3) 291.1 (3) 259.1 (2) 207.9 (6) 169.9 (7) (11+) 139.8 (9) (11+)   Spain
Manchester United 395.9 (3) 367.0 (3) 349.8 (3) 327.0 (3) 324.8 (2) 315.4 (2) 242.6 (4) 246.4 (2) 259.4 (1) 251.2 (1) 229.5 (1) 217.2 (1)   England
Bayern Munich 368.4 (4) 321.4 (4) 323.0 (4) 289.5 (4) 295.3 (4) 223.7 (7) 204.7 (8) 189.5 (7) 166.4 (9) 163.9 (5) 176.8 (3) 173.2 (3)   Germany
Chelsea 322.6 (5) 249.8 (6) 255.9 (6) 242.3 (6) 268.9 (5) 284.4 (4) 221.0 (6) 220.8 (5) 217.5 (4) 134.1 (10) 143.4 (7) 118.4 (9)   England
Arsenal 290.3 (6) 251.5 (5) 274.1 (5) 263.0 (5) 264.4 (6) 264.2 (5) 177.4 (9) 171.3 (10) 174.1 (6) 150.1 (7) 141.4 (8) (11+)   England
Manchester City 285.6 (7) 169.6 (12) 152.8 (11) 101.2 (19) 104.0 (20) (21+) 89.4 (17) 90.1 (17) (11+) (11+) (11+) (11+)   England
Milan 256.9 (8) 235.1 (7) 235.8 (7) 196.5 (8) 209.5 (8) 227.7 (6) 238.7 (5) 234.0 (3) 222.1 (3) 200.4 (3) 159.1 (4) 164.6 (4)   Italy
Liverpool 233.2 (9) 203.3 (9) 225.3 (8) 217.0 (7) 210.9 (7) 202.1 (8) 176.0 (10) 181.2 (8) 140.2 (10) 149.3 (8) 154.6 (5) 137.6 (6)   England
Juventus 195.4 (10) 153.9 (13) 205.0 (10) 203.2 (8) 167.5 (11) 145.2 (12) 251.2 (3) 229.4 (4) 215.3 (5) 218.8 (2) 177.9 (2) 173.5 (2)   Italy
Internazionale 185.9 (12) 211.4 (8) 224.8 (9) 196.5 (9) 172.9 (10) 195.4 (9) 206.6 (7) 177.2 (9) 167.1 (8) 162.5 (6) (11+) 112.8 (10)   Italy
Schalke 04 174.5 (14) 202.4 (10) 139.8 (16) 124.5 (16) 148.4 (13) 114.3 (16) 122.9 (14) 97.4 (14) (11+) (11+) (11+) (11+))   Germany
Roma 115.9 (19) 143.5 (15) 122.7 (18) 146.4 (10) 175.4 (9) 157.7 (10) 127.0 (12) 131.8 (11) (11+) (11+) 136.8 (10) 123.8 (8)   Italy

Annual Review of Football Finance 2011Edit

Record growth in Europe’s top five leagues boosted revenue in the continent’s football industry by 4 percent to an all-time high of 16.3 billion euros (£13.7 billion/$23.8 billion) in 2009-10. The “Big Five” had total revenue of 8.4 billion euros, a 5 percent increase over 2008-09, according to Deloitte.[2]

Rank League Revenue
( billion)[3]
Country
1. Premier League 2.479   England
2. Bundesliga 1.664   Germany
3. La Liga 1.622   Spain
4. Serie A 1.532   Italy
5. Ligue 1 1.072   France

In addition to that a total of €754.1m was distributed to clubs participating in the 2008–09 UEFA Champions League, with the two finalists, Barcelona and Manchester United, receiving the largest amounts. Barcelona's triumphant run to the title at Wembley in May earned them a total of €51m. Despite the loss, Manchester United got even more €53m.[4]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Man Utd 'Richest club in the world'". bbc.co.uk. 1999-12-01. Retrieved 2013-09-12. 
  2. ^ [1] Bloomberg News: European Soccer Team Sales Reach Record 16.3 Billion Euros, Deloitte Says.
  3. ^ [2] BBC: Premier League wages keep on rising, Deloitte says.
  4. ^ [3] UEFA: Champions League financial distribution – 2010–11.

External linksEdit