Click me

Deloitte Football Money League 2012

Football Money League 2012 Revenues for the 2010/11 season Revenue split of the top ten clubs (€m) I Position in Football Money League Change on previous year Number of positions changed Real Madrid €479.5m €500m 2 FC Barcelona €450.7m €450m 3 Manchester United €367m €400m 4 Bayern Munich €321.4m €350m Manchester United Arsenal €251.1m €300m Chelsea €249.8m €250m AC Milan €235.1m €200m Bayern Munich €150m Internazionale €211.4m €100m 9. Liverpool €203.3m €50m Arsenal 10 Schalke 04 €202.4m €m- 11 Tottenham Hotspur €181m Chelsea €50m 12 Manchester City €169.6m €100m AC Milan 13 Juventus €153.9m €150m Internazionale 14 Olympique de Marseille €150.4m €200m €250m 15 3 AS Roma €143.5m €300m 16 n/a new Borussia Dortmund €138.5m €350m 3 Olympique Lyonnais €132.8m 17 €400m 18 5 Hamburger SV €128.8m €450m 19 n/a new Valencia €116.8m IMatchday I Broadcast €500m ICommercial 20 n/a new Napoli €114.9m Spain again achieve a one-two at the top of the Money League, with Schalke the biggest climber. The top 20 clubs generated over €4.4 billion in 2010/11. For the fourth successive year, the clubs comprising the top six in the Money League remain the same. Schalke 04 climb six places to claim a top ten position for the first time. Borussia Dortmund, Valencia and Napoli are new entries into the top 20. 19 of the 20 clubs in the Football Money League played in European competition in 2010/11. All 20 Money League clubs play in the 'big five' European leagues. Real Madrid, League in 2010/11 with a further five FC Barcelona, and Bayern Munich generated the most from matchday, broadcasting, and commercial sources respectively in 2010/11. 14 clubs participated in the Champions clubs competing in the Europa League. Only one club, Hamburger SV, didn't participate in any European competition in 2010/11. AC Milan • Top ranked Italian club in Money League. Real Madrid Manchester Utd • Top ranked Spanish club in Money League. • Top ranked English club in Money League. Olympique de Marseille • Top ranked French club in Money League. Bayern Munich • Top ranked German club in Money League. • 2010/11 total revenue was €479.5m. • 2010/11 total revenue was €367m. • 2010/11 total revenue • 2010/11 total revenue was €235.1m. • 2010/11 total revenue was €321.4m. was €150.4m. 36% 26% 31% 33% 31% 17% 39% 15% 56% 22% 38% 36% 52% 46% 22% I Matchday €123.6m I Broadcast €183.5m I Commercial €172.4m I Matchday €120.3m I Broadcast €132.2m I Commercial €114.5m I Matchday €25.6m I Broadcast €78.2m I Commercial €46.6m I Matchday €35.6m I Broadcast €107.7m I Commercial €91.8m I Matchday €71.9m I Broadcast €71.8m I Commercial €177.7m 1England IGermany Italy Spain France Deloitte. Number of clubs from each country in top 20 Real Madrid FC Barcelona ***| +|+| +| + Liverpool Schalke 04

Deloitte Football Money League 2012

shared by rmmojado on Mar 23
Welcome to the 15th edition of the Deloitte Football Money League, in which we profile the highest earning clubs in the world’s most popular sport. The Money League is published nine months after th...




Unknown. Add a source


Did you work on this visual? Claim credit!

Get a Quote

Embed Code

For hosted site:

Click the code to copy


Click the code to copy
Customize size