As we compile a list of the richest clubs in the world, we are looking at many of the predominant online football prediction teams. The financial boost of Champions League football is a big factor here. Here are the five richest clubs in world football, ordered by 2021 revenue courtesy of Forbes.
5) Manchester City - $678 million
City have seen revenues have go through the roof in recent years. Big money has been invested and spent in the club which has rewarded them with plenty of silver wear. Revenue fell by €61m last year but Manchester City remained the fifth richest club in the world.
4) Bayern Munich - $751 million
The bosses of Europe and mainland high pitch champs Bayern Munich are fourth on the rundown. Under the tutelage of Hans-Dieter Flick, the Bavarians are looking relentless. Bayern keep on sitting at the fourth spot however they have seen an ascent near 20% in broadcast revenue.They are relied upon to close the hole with third positioned Manchester United since they have had a triumphant Champions League crusade and in light of the fact that the Red Devils hadn't equipped for it in the 2019-20 season.
The clubs will have unquestionably endured a shot with the Covid pandemic making all games be played away from plain view and no matchday income accessible. Be that as it may, Bayern Munich keep on directing business both on the pitch and off it unimaginably well and it won't be astounding to see them break into the main 3 one year from now.
3) Manchester United - $795 million
With $ 795Million total revenue this year, Manchester United secured the third place in the list of Richest Football Clubs 2021. Even while securing the third spot, Red Devils faced nearly €10 Million dips in revenue since last year. They generated €316.1 Million commercial income through sponsorship deals and merchandising. Manchester United earned a decent amount of revenue from their shirt sponsor Chevrolet and the technical kit sponsor Adidas.
They also earned €230.4 Million from their broadcasting rights this year. Besides, Manchester United witnessed €119.5 Million matchday income this season through ticket sales. According to Deloitte Football Money League, the winning UEFA Europa League a year back made a significant impact on the club’s revenue this year.
2) Barcelona – $815 million
Today, Barcelona is the second richest club in the world with total revenue of $815 Million. This club is argued by many to be the best club in the world . This club houses the football star ‘Lionel Messi ‘ who is also the highest-paid player in the world. Currently, the club is in turmoil following their clash with their star player (Lionel Messi) who is actually on the verge of leaving the club.
The squad management of this club is actually not in good shape. However, they remain one of the best clubs in the world. Despite all the struggles in the past few years, Barcelona has continued to generate huge revenues for the successful management of the club. Today, they are safely ranked as the second richest club in the world.
1) Real Madrid - $896 million
When it comes to revenue-generating stakes, Real Madrid and Barcelona still maintain the top spot. Despite the negative effect of the Covid-19 pandemic, the revenue of Real Madrid is still high which ranks it first on the top five richest football clubs in the world. The total revenue encompasses the following;
Commercial Revenue: €382.7 million
Matchday revenue: €108.2million
Broadcasting revenue: €224.0 million
Total revenue: €714.9 million
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