Forbes magazine have unveiled their annual list of the world’s richest football clubs, and Real Madrid top the table for the third year running, with revenue of £2.13billion. Following Real are arch rivals Barcelona with £2.07billion. Man Utd are in third with £2.03bn.
There are five Premier League sides in the top ten, with Man City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool (in that order) joining United. Italy have two representatives in the form of Juve and Milan, but only at 9 and 10 respectively. The richest English clubs after the big “five” are the trio of Spurs, Newcastle and West Ham, all of whom find spots in the top 20. Bayern are the only German club in the top 10
Top 20 wealthiest/richest football clubs according to Forbes magazine 2015
Richest football clubs in the world By Country