The gross income of European top clubs

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Before the start of the second leg of the Champions League round of 16 tonight, we want to give some insights into the gross income of the top teams in Europe.

Deloitte, one of the big four professional services firms along with Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC), Ernst & Young, and KPMG providing audit, tax, consulting, enterprise risk and financial advisory services (1 - see references below) released information about football clubs and their gross income for the last year (2).

 

Here is the ranking:

 

1) Real Madrid 512.6 mio Euros

2) FC Barcelona 483.0 mio Euros

3) Manchester United 395.9 mio Euros (3)

4) FC Bayern Munich 368.4 mio Euros

5) FC Chelsea 322.6 mio Euros

5) FC Chelsea 322.6 mio Euros

6) FC Arsenal 290.6 mio Euros

7) Manchester City 285.6 mio Euros (4)

8) AC Milan 256.9 mio Euros

9) FC Liverpool 233.2 mio Euros

10) Juventus Turin 195.4

References


1) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deloitte, accessed on 05/03/2013

 

2) http://web.de/magazine/finanzen/wirtschaft/17057166-

umsatzstaerkste-clubs-bayern-top-10-kroesus-real.html, accessed on 05032013


3) http://theculturedleftfootblog.wordpress.com/2013/01/13/manchester-

united-v-liverpool-preview/, accessed on 05/03/2013


4) http://heroeswallpapers.com/manchester-city-logo.html, accessed on

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