Deloitte has released its latest Deloitte Money League report, ranking clubs with the most income from last season. Real Madrid is in first place with 831.4 million euros, followed by City with 825.9 million and PSG in third with 801.8 million. The total income generated by the top 20 Money League clubs in 2022-23 amounts to a record 10.5 billion euros, a 14% increase from the previous year and pre-pandemic levels.
Real Madrid’s growth is attributed to retail trade and increased stadium attendance after COVID-19 restrictions were relaxed. Manchester City remains second in the 2024 classification, recording its highest single-season revenue of €826 million. PSG sets a new record for the second consecutive year with 801.8 million euros in revenue, exhibiting the second highest growth in the European top 10.
Barcelona climbs to fourth position, with growth supported by the return of fans to stadiums, record licensing and merchandise sales, and rising sponsorship revenues. Atlético de Madrid drops from 12th to 15th in the standings after a decrease in income compared to the previous year, attributed to a 19% decrease in broadcast revenue and a marginal drop in La Liga distributions.
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