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The 30 Richest Football Clubs In The World By Income 2015: Real Madrid Top The List

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Thanks to a turnover of nearly €549.5m, the Spanish football giant, Real Madrid top “the football rich list 2015” of the top 30 revenue generating clubs globally, according to a new survey by Deloitte.

Money talks: the list of the football’s richest clubs reveals that, as in the world economy, the richest are getting richer — this is hardly surprising!

Despite a miserable campaign, Manchester United moved back into second place (€518.0m), ahead of third-placed Bayern Munich (€487.5m), Barcelona in fourth (€484.6m) and Paris Saint-Germain in fifth (€474.2m).

The Top 30 Richest Football Clubs In The World By Income 2015:

1. Real Madrid – €549.5m

Real Madrid

2. Manchester United – €518.0m

3. Bayern Munich – €487.5m

4. FC Barcelona – €484.6m

5. Paris Saint-Germain – €474.2m

6. Manchester City – €414.4m

7. Chelsea – €387.9m

8. Arsenal – €359.3m

9. Liverpool – €305.9m

10. Juventus – €279.4m

11. Borussia Dortmund – €261.5m

12. AC Milan – €249.7m

13. Tottenham – €215.8m

14. Schalke 04 – €213.9m

15. Atletico Madrid – €169.9m

16. Napoli €164.8m

17. Inter Milan – €164.0m

18. Galatasaray – €161.9m

19. Newcastle United – €155.1m

20. Everton – €144.1m

21. West Ham United – €137.4m

22. Aston Villa – €133.0m

23. Olympique de Marseille – €130.5m

24. AS Roma – €127.4m

25. Southampton – €126.9m

26. Benfica – €126.0m

27. Sunderland – €124.8m

28. Hamburg  SV- €120.3m

29. Swansea City – €118.0m

30. Stoke City – €137.4m

Dr. Amarendra Bhushan Dhiraj
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