The combined revenue of the top 10 Richest Football Clubs reached about £3.5 billion in 2013/14. Manchester United raised two places to second place, joining Real Madrid. Real Madrid established as the world’s richest football club for the consecutive 10 years with revenues of 459.5 million pounds, while Manchester United are on 433.2 million, Bayern Munich 407.7 million and Barcelona 405.2 million.
Here is the full list of Top 10 Richest Football Clubs in the World:
Real Madrid is at top position in richest football clubs in the world. They are at top since last 10 years. Madrid established as the world’s wealthiest football club for 2013-14 season with revenue of 459.5 million pounds. By winning their 10th Champions League crown as they boast increased revenues of almost £ 14.8m.
Despite of their worst season in Premier League history Manchester United have reclaimed second spot in the list of the world’s richest football clubs. The Old Trafford outfit leapfrogged European superpowers Bayern Munich and Barcelona after their revenues rose from to £433.2m from £363.2m.
Another big climber over the past year has been Bayern Munich, who pushed the Barcelona into fourth spot. Continued domestic success, as well as expanded marketing operations increase Bayern revenues by 38.1 million pounds.
At No 4 spot in the list of world’s richest football club is Spanish football club Barcelona. The only club whose revenues declined from £413.6 million to £405.2 million.
There is a huge jump up to PSG in fifth spot in top 10 richest football clubs. Jumped from £341.8 m to £396.5 million PSG have increased their annual revenue by nearly 19 percent.
Premier League champions Manchester City remain the second-richest English club, in sixth place globally behind Paris Saint Germain. Their annual revenues climbed up to £346.5 million.
At 7th spot in our list of top 10 richest football clubs in the world is the Chelsea F.C. with total revenues of £324.4 million. In the previous season they possessed revenues of £ 260 million.
Despite substantial expenditure on players last season – for Arsenal anyway – the Gunners managed to increase their annual revenue by 30 percent. Their annual revenues reached up to 300 million pounds. There are at No 8 spot in top 10 richest football clubs in the world.
Liverpool jump from 12 spot to 9th spot in to 10 wealthiest football clubs in the world. Their annual revenue is about 255.8 million pounds for 2013-14 season.
With total revenue of 233.6 million pounds, we have JUventus F.C. at 10th position in the list of top 10 richest football clubs in the world. Juventus maintained themselves in top 10 positions without any notable increment in their annual revenue.