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World's 20 most valuable football teams -where do Real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea and Manchester United sit in the league table of net worth?

Published 11/05/2015

Forbes rich list: World's most valuable football teams
#20 - Galatasaray worm their way in the top 20 most valuable football teams.
Value: £193 million
Forbes rich list: World's most valuable football teams #20 - Galatasaray worm their way in the top 20 most valuable football teams. Value: £193 million
Forbes rich list: World's most valuable football teams #19 - West Ham make their way into the top 20 most valuable club and no more. Value: £203 million
Forbes rich list: World's most valuable football teams #18 - Newcastle may be struggling on the pitch, but they are the 18th most valuable club in the world. Value: £229 million
Forbes rich list: World's most valuable football teams #17 - Napoli's rank as the 17th most valubale team will perhaps squash rumours that manager Benitez is moving. Value: £232 million
#16 - Atletico Madrid will be please with their result of 16th most valuable football team. Value: £286 million
#15 - F.C. Internazionale Milano (or Inter Milan) secure their place as the 15th most valuable football team in the world. Value - £288 million
#14 - Schalke 04 will be adding this ranking to their list of reasons to celebrate after a crucial win over Stuttgart in the run up to the UEFA Europa League qualification. Value: £374 million
#13 - Tottenham Hotspur players won't need any consoling after learning they are the 13th most valuable football team in the world. Value: £394 million
#12 - Paris Saint-Germain take 12th place in the list of most valuable football teams after welcoming Guingamp to the Parc des Princes. Value: £416 million
#11 - Borussia Dortmund can take solace after Manager Jurgen Klopp leaves, knowing that they are the 11th richest football team in the world. Value: £459 million
#10 - Former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi will be ecstatic to hear his team, AC Milan are extremely profitable as 10th most valuable football team in the world. Value: £508million
#9 - Italian side Juventus take the ninth spot on the list of most valuable teams in the world. Value: £549 million
#8 - Liverpool's retiring captain Steven Gerrard will be glad to know that his team are the 8th most valuable team in the world. Value: £644 million
#7 - Arsenal's Theo Walcott celebrates scoring his sides second goal of the game during the Barclays Premier League match as his team tanks 7th place in the most valuable football teams in the world. Value: £859 million
#6 - Chelsea football club managed by Jose Mourinho have another reason to celebrate after claiming the title last Sunday, as they rank as the sixth most valuable football team in the world. Value: £898 million
#5 - Manchester City are the fifth most valuable team in the world and with reports showing that the average supporter has been a fan for 21 years, its easy to see why. Value: £905 million
#4 - Bayern Munich, now managed by Pep Guardiola, are fourth on the list of most valuable clubs. Value: £1.54 billion
#3 - Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal before the Barclays Premier League match at Old Trafford. ManU are ranked as the third richest football team in the world and the most valuable Premier League club. Value: £2.03 billion
#2 - Barcelona came in a close second behind their La Liga rivals. Pictured: Barcelona's forward Lionel Messi celebrates after scoring during the UEFA Champions League football match against Bayern Muenchen on May 6, 2015. Value: £2.07 billion
#1 - Real Madrid have made it to the Champions league semifinals four years in a row and generate more revenue that any other football team in the world. Value: £2.13 billion

In the game of rich TV and sponsorship deals, the 20 most valuable teams are worth an average of $1.16 billion, 11% more than last year and 84% higher than five years ago.

 

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