Richest football clubs: Barcelona, Liverpool and other European giants ranked in Deloitte money list

Barcelona, Real Madrid and Manchester United continue to lead the way when it comes to football finances.

The trio remain at the top of the tree for annual revenues, according to Deloitte’s latest analysis of 2018-19 figures. 

However this year the pack was shuffled, with a new club at No1 and a rejig in the balance of power among London clubs, with one falling out of the top 10 for the first time. 

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The 23rd edition of the table shows an 11% rise in combined revenues, excluding transfer fees, for the top 20 clubs who between them enjoyed turnovers of a record 9.3 billion euros for the 2018-19 season.

But which order did they fall? 


Deloitte money list





1/21 Deloitte money list

2/21 20) Napoli

3/21 19) Everton

4/21 18) West Ham

5/21 17) Lyon

6/21 16) Roma

7/21 15) Schalke

8/21 14) Internazionale

9/21 13) Atlético Madrid

10/21 12) Borussia Dortmund

11/21 11) Arsenal

12/21 10) Juventus

13/21 9) Chelsea

14/21 8) Tottenham Hotspur

15/21 7) Liverpool

16/21 6) Manchester City

17/21 5) Paris Saint-Germain

18/21 4) Bayern Munich

19/21 3) Manchester United

20/21 2) Real Madrid

21/21 1) Barcelona

1/21 Deloitte money list

2/21 20) Napoli

3/21 19) Everton

4/21 18) West Ham

5/21 17) Lyon

6/21 16) Roma

7/21 15) Schalke

8/21 14) Internazionale

9/21 13) Atlético Madrid

10/21 12) Borussia Dortmund

11/21 11) Arsenal

12/21 10) Juventus

13/21 9) Chelsea

14/21 8) Tottenham Hotspur

15/21 7) Liverpool

16/21 6) Manchester City

17/21 5) Paris Saint-Germain

18/21 4) Bayern Munich

19/21 3) Manchester United

20/21 2) Real Madrid

21/21 1) Barcelona

Take a look through the gallery above to find out.

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