The global pandemic has caused huge holes in the finances of football teams all around the world, but certain teams are still managing to keep head above waters.
The Corona Virus pandemic has seen player values fall and gate earnings totally disappear, leading to a drastic fall in revenue.
A fresh study from the Brand Finance Review says some teams, have been able to keep their finances fairly stable despite the global financial crises caused by the pandemic.
Despite the fall in revenue for all teams around the world, Madrid still remains number one on the money list but closely followed by Barcelona.
Premier rivals Manchester United and Liverpool hold the third and fourth spots respectively with 47million between them.
In all, the top 10 features six premier league teams, two from Spain, one each from Germany and France.
Check out the full list below:
- Real Madrid – £1.286bn (£205m fall from 2019)
- Barcelona – £1.280bn (£18.1m rise)
- Manchester United – £1.190bn (£143m fall)
- Liverpool – £1.143bn (£64.3m rise)
- Manchester City – £1.018bn (£118m fall)
- Bayern Munich – £957m (£233m fall)
- Paris Saint-Germain – £876m (£48m rise)
- Chelsea – £859m (£17m fall)
- Tottenham Hotspur – £710m (£23.5m rise)
- Arsenal – £651m (£150m fall)