Top 30 highest revenue earning clubs in Europe 2020 || See Full List

highest revenue earning clubs in Europe

Deliotte Football money league has released the list of top revenue earning clubs in Europe.

The Deloitte Football Money League is a ranking of football clubs by revenue generated from football operations. It is produced annually by the accountancy firm Deloitte and released in early February of each year, describing the season most recently finished. However, in this years release, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Manchester United, Bayern Munich and PSG becomes the top 5 highest revenue earning clubs in Europe.

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2018/2019 Champions league winners, Liverpool maintains their 7th position while the Europa League winners falls to 9th from 8th positions in 2019.

See Full list of Top 30 highest revenue earning clubs in Europe 2020 below;

# Clubs Revenue (€ million) Country 2019 Ranking change
1 Barcelona 840.8  Spain 2  +1
2 Real Madrid 757.3  Spain 1  -1
3 Manchester United 711.5  England 3  –
4 Bayern Munich 660.1  Germany 4  –
5 Paris Saint‑Germain 635.9  France 6  +1
6 Manchester City 610.6  England 5  -1
7 Liverpool 604.7  England 7  –
8 Tottenham Hotspur 521.1  England 10  +2
9 Chelsea 513.1  England 8  -1
10 Juventus 459.7  Italy 10  +1
11 Arsenal 445.6  England 9  -2
12 Borussia Dortmund 377.1  Germany 12  –
13 Atlético Madrid 367.6  Spain 13  –
14 Internazionale 364.6  Italy 14  –
15 Schalke 04 324.8  Germany 16  +1
16 Roma 231.0  Italy 15  -1
17 Lyon 220.8  France 28  +11
18 West Ham United 216.4  England 20  +2
19 Everton 213.0  England 17  -2
20 Napoli 207.4  Italy 21  +1
21 Milan 206.3  Italy 18  -3
22 Leicester City 200.0  England 22  –
23 Ajax 199.4  Netherlands 31+
24 Benfica 197.6  Portugal 30  +6
25 Wolverhampton Wanderers 195.5  England 31+
26 Valencia 184.7  Spain 31+
27 Eintracht Frankfurt 183.8  Germany 31+
28 Zenit Saint Petersburg 180.4  Russia 25  -3
29 Porto 176.2  Portugal 31+
30 Crystal Palace 174.5  England 24 -6

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