Top 18 richest football club in the world

Manchester United has the become the richest club in the world according to recent financial surveys of both “Forbes” and French financial firm “Deloitte”. Manchester United produced a record revenue of $765 million last year and that is without any champions league football. Below is the list of top 20 richest clubs both in terms of overall value of the club and according to yearly revenue.
Manchester United overtook both spanish clubs Barcelona and Real Madrid as the richest club in the world and the trend is set to continue next year as United has qualified for champions league adding another $70 to $100 million to next year’s revenue.

As far as top 20 richest clubs are concerned according to recent forbes valuation, eight premier league clubs feature in top 20 and we might expect a few more in couple of years time. Manchester United has overtaken both spanish clubs (Madrid and Barcelona) as the richest football club in the world since they manage to qualify for Champions League next season and combine that with new Adidas kit deal and several other shirt & commercial sponsorship dealsaround the world can put them in the league of their own. Financial institutes are predicting United to become the first sports team in the world to produced $1 billion in yearly revenue by 2020 if the recent trend continue.
We have to consider factors like clubs matchday income, what country a club is from, their success on the field and its impact on the market value, social presence worldwide, high profile kit deals and shirt sponsorship, total yearly revenue and the debt situation of the club.
World’s Top 18 Richest Football Clubs In 2017.
 $3.69 billion .    Annual income  $765m
 $3.64 billion.      Annual income  $688m.
$3.52 billion       Annual income  $685m.
 $2.71 billion         Annual income $650m.
$2.08 billion      Annual income $583m
$1.93 billion        Annual income  $520m.
$1.85 billion          Annual income $497m.
 $1.49 billion           Annual income $448m.
$1.26  billion.          Annual income    $379m
$1.06 billion.      Annual income    $310m
$841 million.    Annual income $400m
Borussia Dortmund
 $808 million       Annual income     $338m
$802  million.     Annual income   $240m
Atletico Madrid
 $732million      Annual income   $225m
15West Ham United
 $634 million       Annual income  $194m
FC Schalke $629 
million      Annual income $264m
AS Roma
$569 million        Annual income  $217m
Inter Milan
$559 million     Annual income $198m

Update: French sports money magazine “Deloitte” produces an yearly report on top 20 clubs according to their yearly revenue and here is the finding from the latest Deloitte “Football Money League” which was published in January 2017. Manchester United has overtaken both Real Madrid and Barcelona in terms of yearly revenue as they tacked up record €689 million in 2015-16 season.
Top 18 Football Clubs In Deloitte Football Money League 2017:
Deloitte divide the yearly revenue of a club in three streams, A) Match-day B) TV Broadcasting C) Commercial & Sponsorship. Since the original report features Euro (€) currency we have converted the yearly revenue numbers from euro to USD ($) as well. While the three revenue stream only feature euro currency.
Top 18 Clubs In Terms Of Yearly Revenue In 2017 .
1)Manchester United €689m  €137m €187.6m €363.9m
2)Real Madrid €620.2m 
€121.4m€  202.7m  €296.1m
3) FC Barcelona €620.1m  €129m €227.7m €263.4m
4 )FC Bayern Munich €592m  €101.8m €147.6m  €342.6m
5)Manchester City €524.9m  €70.2m €215.8m €238.9m
6Paris Saint Germain €520.9m €92.5m€123.1m €305.3m
7Arsenal €468.5m €132m €167.7m €135.8m
8Chelsea €447.4m €93.1m €178.2m €148.7m
9Liverpool €403.8m €75m €163.8m €153m
10 Juventus €341.1m €51.4m €199m €73.5m
11 Boru ssia Dortmund €283.9m €54.2m €82.1m €144.3m
12 Tottenham €279.7m €54.2m €125.2m €78.1m
13 Atletico Madrid €228.6m €37.2m €86.6m €63.3m
14 FC Schalke €224.5m €39.2m €72.6m €107.9m
15 )AS Roma €218.2m €30.4m  €114m €36m
16AC Milan €214.7m  €22.3m €79.7m €97.1m
17)Zenit St Petersburg €196.5m  €35.2m €103.8m €30.9m
18)West Ham €192.3m  €26.2m €47.7m €67.1m
Here is a slide show which goes into further details on every clubs financial activity in the last 1 year. From matchday and hospitality revenue to TV broadcasting rights money from the league and european competitions as well as the friendly matches club played in the last 12 months. Commeriscial activities include major sponsorships like shirt deals, stadium rights and all the regional sponsorship deals worldwide.  See it at sportek
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