Here Are The Top 5 Richest Football Clubs in The World in 2019

By Carlos Onyango / September 10, 2019



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Soccer (Also known as Association football) is one of the most popular sports in the whole world with most people engaging in it as a hobby, as a career or as fanatics.

It is estimated that more than half of the global population have been involved in soccer in one way or another.

There are those who are always willing to invest in soccer to ensure that their team or football club becomes popular by winning most games.

It is quite obvious that the more a team invests on players, the more likely it is to win games and trophies.

Big teams any part of the world have been investing in key players and this has improved their net worth.

Football clubs in the popular European leagues have always been seen as the highest spenders when it comes to buying and selling of key players.

Apparently, the European top spending clubs have also grabbed the top spots for the top richest clubs in the world.

Real Madrid

Real Madrid bags a net worth of 851.7million dollars in Revenue in 2019. The Los Blancos have been getting their revenue mostly from their dominant performance in the UEFA champions league. The Spanish club won the cup in three successive seasons.

Real Madrid is also the most followed club on various social media platforms like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

The club sold Cristiano Ronaldo to Juventus last season which was a huge blow to the team but bounced back to Sign Eden Hazard to take Ronaldo’s spot this season.

F.C Barcelona

F.C Barcelona comes second in the list of top richest clubs with a net worth of 782.71 million dollars. The Catalans are the reigning La Liga champions and also a good number of fans on social media.

Barcelona’s star, Lionel Messi, has been one of the main reasons why the club is famous in the world. Messi’s followers have branded him as the “GOAT” win it comes to the unending debate of who is better between him and the Portuguese brilliant, Cristiano Ronaldo.

Manchester United

Manchester United is the wealthiest club in England with a net worth of 755 million dollars. Unlike Real Madrid and Barcelona, the English club doesn’t generate revenue through winning trophies but gets its revenue from commercial deals it does with several companies.

The club has been facing hurdles since the exit of Sir. Alex Ferguson and have since been struggling to even be part of the champions league. But this has not prevented them from getting deals and being the third richest football club in the world.

Bayern Munich

The German champions have dominated the Bundesliga for a very long time. They have a net worth of 713.29 million dollars in revenue.

Bayern Munich has an average of 75,000 fans who attend their home matches.

Manchester City

The football club from the city of Manchester boasts to have won the English premier league in successive seasons thanks to the best talents it has been signing.

Manchester City is currently deemed to have the best team manager the world has ever seen. Pep Guardiola has been manning the best teams in Europe and has broken lots of records with every team he lands on.

The resilient coach has refused to let go of the EPL for two successive seasons now and still looks determined to grab it for the third time since his return to England.

Manchester City has a net worth of 644.4 million getting its deals from commercials and tickets.

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