Top 10 Richest Football Clubs in the World

 
Top 10 Richest Football Clubs in the World
In April 2014, Forbes valued Real Madrid as the world’s Richest Football Club, worth $3.44 billion, with Barcelona second at $3.22 billion, and Manchester United third at $2.81 billion.

In July 2014, Manchester United’s record $130 million a year kit deal with Adidas, has seen a 5% growth in the shares of the Red Devils according to Wall Street. The figures are also accepted by forbes.com so United is now officially the Richest Football Club in the World.

Here is the Complete List.

1. Manchester United

Value: $3,600 million Revenue: $613 million

English Club Manchester United “Red Devils” is the Richest Football Club in the World With an annual turnover of $613 million and Total Value of $3,600 million. they were at 2nd position last year (2013) ahead of barcelona, and at 3rd position earlier 2014.

Last Year: Value: $3,165 million Revenue: $502 million.

2. Real Madrid

Value: $3,440 million Revenue: $675 million

Spanish Club Real Madrid is at #2 position in List of Top 10 Richest Football Clubs in terms of revenue, with an annual turnover of $675 million and Total Value of $3,440 million.

Last Years: Value: $3,300 million Revenue: $650 million.

3. Barcelona FC

Value: $3,200 million Revenue: $627 million

Barcelona and familiarly as Barça is at No: 3 With an annual turnover of $627 million and Total Value of $3,200 million.

Last Years: Value: $2,600 million Revenue: $613 million.

4. Bayern Munich

Value: $1,850 million Revenue: $561 million

At No:4 is German Football Club Bayern Munich with an annual turnover of $561 million. Club Has Value of $1,850 million.

Last Years : Value: $1,390 million Revenue: $468 million

5. Arsenal

Value: $1,330 million Revenue: $370 million.

Another English Club “Arsenal” in the list. Arsenal is 5th Richest Football Club in the World. Arsenal’s annual turnover is $370 million and Total Value is $1,330 million.

Last Year: Value: $1,330 million Revenue: $370 million

6. Chelsea

Value: $868 million Revenue: $394 million

Fulham, London Based English club Chelsea Enjoy No: 6 with an annual turnover of $394 million, Total Value $868 million.

Last Year: Value: $901 million Revenue: $409 million.

7. Manchester City

Value: $863 million Revenue: $411 million

With an annual turnover of $411 million Manchester City make his place at No: 7 in the World. Total Value of Club is $863 million.

Last Year: Value: $689 million Revenue: $362 million.

8. AC Milan

Value: $856 million Revenue: $343 million

At No: 8 Italian Football Club AC Milan with an annual turnover of $343 million, Total Value $856 million.

Last Year: Value: $945 million Revenue: $326 million.

9. Juventus

Value: $850 million Revenue: $353 million

Third Oldest Italian Football Club Juventus is at No: 9 in List of Top 10 Richest Football Clubs. Juventus’s annual turnover is $353 million, Club’s Total Value is $850 million.

Last Year: Value: $694 million Revenue: $248 million.

10. Liverpool

Value: $691 million Revenue: $313 million

Liverpool Club is at No: 10 in the List of Top 10 Richest Football Club in the World. with an annual turnover of $313 million and Total Value of $691 million.

Last Year: Value: $691 million Revenue: $296 million.

Comment below.
    Donate to Speisa


Latest
obbo-1-Recovered.jpg
Middle aged Swedish women weep and protest, as Afghan men who have been denied residence in Sweden, are being returned to Afghanistan.

obbo-1-Recovered.jpg
If terror strikes at Oslo Airport Gardermoen, the terrorists may go on and terrorise for a while, before meeting any armed resistance.

obbo-1-Recovered.jpg
Police in Odense now increase the protection of the city's mayor, after he apparently has offended the immigrant gang Black Army.




View this article in PDF format Print article



DON'T MISS A POST - FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK!




Disclamer
Comments at Speisa are unmoderated. We do believe in free speech, but posts using foul language, as well as abusive, hateful, libelous and genocidal posts, will be deleted if seen. However, if a comment remains on the site, it in no way constitutes an endorsement by Speisa of the sentiments contained therein.
comments powered by Disqus