Football’s Richest Clubs List

The 20 richest football clubs based on revenue for the year

ending June 30, 2011, as listed by accountancy firm Deloitte in its

annual report released Thursday (2010 positions in

parentheses):

1. Real Madrid, Spain, ?479.5 million ($636.5 million) (1).

2. Barcelona, Spain, ?450.7 million ($598.3 million) (2).

3. Manchester United, England, ?367.0 million ($487.2 million)

(3).

4. Bayern Munich, Germany, ?321.4 million ($426.6 million)

(4).

5. Arsenal, England, ?251.1 million ($333.3 million) (5).

6. Chelsea, England, ?249.8 million ($331.6 million) (6).

7. AC Milan, Italy, ?235.1 million ($312.1 million) (10).

8. Inter Milan, Italy, ?211.4 million ($280.6 million) (9).

9. Liverpool, England, ?203.3 million ($269.9 million) (8).

10. Schalke, Germany, ?202.4 million ($268.7 million) (16).

11. Tottenham, England, ?181.0 million ($240.3 million)

(12).

12. Manchester City, England, ?169.6 million ($225.1 million)

(21).

13. Juventus, Italy, ?153.9 million ($204.3 million) (10).

14. Marseille, France, ?150.4 million ($199.6 million) (15).

15. AS Roma, Italy, ?143.5 million ($190.5 million) (18).

16. Borussia Dortmund, Germany, ?138.5 million ($183.8 million)

(-)

17. Lyon, France, ?132.8 million ($176.3 million) (14).

18. Hamburg, Germany, ?128.8 million ($171.0 million) (13).

19. Valencia, Spain, ?116.8 million ($155.0 million) (-).

20. Napoli, Italy, ?114.9 million ($152.5 million) (-).