Last updated on August 13, 2020
In 2020, FC Barcelona is the world’s richest football club and richest football club in Europe.
A research showed that, after winning eight league titles in eleven years, Barcelona reached the champions league semi-finals and finals than any other La Liga teams.
Richest rankings for the 2020 football clubs are based on match-day profits, revenue from commercials and TV money.
Liverpool has the most lucrative tv rights contract, with the club receiving approximately (£265 million) every year. Their money from television sales increased after last year’s champions league victory. Barcelona hold second most expensive tv rights money deal, received £263 million.
After signing a long-term contract with (Fanatics), PSG ranking in the richest football clubs in 2020 increased. A source announced that the contract will fetch ($56 million) a year.
The figures below represents total income in 2020 before COVID-19 which comprises of Match Day income, TV Income and Commercial Income.
1. Barcelona – £747.5 million
2. Real Madrid – £669.5 million
3. Manchester United – £629.5 million
4. Bayern Munich – £581 million
5. Paris Saint Germain – £561.5 million
6. Manchester City – £539 million
7. Liverpool – £536.9 million
8. Tottenham – £460 million
9. Chelsea – £445 million
10 Juventus – £409 million