Real Madrid is the Richest Club in the World

Once again Real Madrid tops the list of the richest clubs in the world. With revenues exceeding 400 million euros, in addition to being the only team that exceeds that figure stands at the head of the ranking by Deloitte’s Football Money League.

This is the sixth time the Real Madrid ranks number one among the worlds richest clubs. Billing 9% more than the season from 2021 to 2022, the Madrid raised in its coffers just 438.6 million euros being the only club to beat the mark of 400 million.

The details of these collections are as follows: for tickets Madrid won the 129.1 million euros from television rights when was 158.7 million euros, and finally by sponsorships, advertising and marketing gained 150.8 million.

But Real Madrid is not the only Spanish club to the list. The lifelong rival, Barcelona, is on his heels in the second position. The Catalan club had revenues of 398.1 million euros. But he has already secured exceed 400 million next season by the agreement it has with the Qatar Foundation.

English and Italian clubs were relegated from the Spanish, which also has an interest in the position 17 occupied by Atletico Madrid, which earned 124.5 million euros last season.

Below is a list of clubs that had higher revenues last year:

  • Real Madrid 438.6
  • FC Barcelona 398.1
  • Manchester United 349.8
  • Bayern Munich 323
  • Arsenal 274.1
  • Chelsea 255.9
  • A C Milan 235.8
  • Liverpool 225.3
  • Internazionale 224.8
  • Juventus 205
  • Manchester City 152.8
  • Tottenham Hotspur 146.3
  • Hamburg 146.2
  • Olympique Lyon 146.1
  • Olympique de Marseille 141.1
  • Schalke 04 139.8
  • Atletico Madrid 124.5
  • AS Roma 122.7

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