Top 20 Richest Football Clubs In The World & Their Net Worth – VirginJist

Top 20 Richest Football Clubs In The World & Their Net Worth

10. Tottenham Hotspur ($1,058 Million)

Tottenhan Hotspur is worth a whooping sum of $1,058 Million. The English club is owned by a British Billionaire, Joe Lewis. They were the first and only no-league club to win the FA Cup in 1901 and first British Club to win a UEFA club competition in 1962.

9. Juventus ($1,258 Million)

Italian Champions, Juventus is the 9th on the list of the top 20 richest football clubs in the world with a whooping worth of $1,258 million as at June, 2017 according to Forbes. The club is pioneered by a number of the students from Turin and has since been managed by the Agnelli family. They have won over 31 Serie A titles as well as other trophies to their credit. It would have being the winner of the Premier League last season but were overtaken by the Spanish Real Madrid F.C.

8. Liverpool ($1,492 Million)

The 8th club on the list is Liverpool. The English team is co-owned by Fenway Sports Group with John W. Henry having a major part of the shares. Her home stadium/arena is Anfield. The Reds (as they are popularly called) has not made to Champions League for sometime now but have about five European cups and three UEFA cups to her credit.

7. Chelsea ($1,845 Million)

The seventh club on Forbes list of top 20 richest football clubs in the world, Chelsea, has a net worth of $1,845 million. The English club side has made a lot of tribute to her honor and can boast of six national league titles, seven FA Cups, five League Cups and four FA Community Shields, one UEFA Champions League, two UEFA Cup Winners’ Cups, one UEFA Europa League and one UEFA Super Cup. The club’s wealth and success could be attributed to its ownership by one of the wealthiest men in Russia – Roman Abramvich.

6. Arsenal ($1,932 Million)

The third richest club in England and the 6th in the world is Arsenal, popularly known as The Gunners. Due to her wealth, a season ticket to watch The Gunners is the most expensive in Britain at £1014. The club has won 4 FA community shield cups, 5 FA cups, and 4 football cups. It has also qualified for finals of the next FA Community Shield cup and likely to beat the Blues to win the cup this time around. The club is worth $1,932 Million at the moment.

5. Manchester City ($2,083 Million)

English side Manchester City is the 2nd English club on the list and 5th in the world. The club is owned by an Abu Dhabi group and has won 12 FA cups over the years including thirteen league titles among many other awards. Manchester City is worth $2,083 Million currently.

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4. Bayern Munich ($2,713 Million)

The German club Bayern Munich appeared at the 4th position on our list with a whooping worth of $2,713 Million. FC Bayern Munich (FCB) is the most successful club in German football history, having won 27 national titles and 18 national cups among others. The club is known for playing in the Bundesliga and ranked fourth in the current UEFA club coefficient rankings.

3. Real Madrid ($3,580 Million)

The Spanish side Real Madrid made it to the 3rd position in the world’s list of most valuable football club and 2nd richest in Spain. The club is one of the most widely supported teams in the world and has won as many leagues, cups, trophies and award since its inception in 1902. Currently, Real Madrid is worth $3,580 Million according to Forbes.

2. Barcelona ($3,635 Million)

The 2nd on our list of top 20 richest football clubs in the world and the 1st in Spain is Barcelona FC with a net worth of $3,635 million. The club’s boss Bruce Springsteen has made tremendous contributions to the club over the years, and the club in turn has made her fans and manager proud by winning 24 La Liga titles, 29 Copa Del Rey cups, and 3 UEFA Champions League titles.

1. Manchester United ($3,689 Million)

Manchester United (popularly known as The Red Devils) is an English club that has secured a lot of trophies and awards in her shelve. The team has not missed top three for a long time, however this is the first time over a decade it is hitting the first place. Sponsorship deals with Chevrolet and Adidas returned the team to Champions League. Her home stadium is Old Trafford in England and the team is worth the highest sum of $3,689 Million.