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Deloitte Football Money League : OL in 17th place

Published on 14 January 2020 at 5:30 PM
Deloitte Football Money League : L’OL à la 17ème place
Olympique Lyonnais returned to the Top 20 of the Deloitte Football Money League in 2018-2019.

Ranked 28th last season, Olympique Lyonnais returned to the Top 20 of the Deloitte Football Money League, a study published this Tuesday January 14 by the British office of the audit and consultancy firm Deloitte.

Their journey in the Champions League and qualification for the Round of 16 of this competition against FC Barcelona in 2018-2019 allowed Olympique Lyonnais to accumulate 220.8 million euros in revenue. The club ranks 17th, between AS Roma and West-Ham, and is the second French club in this top 20, along with Paris Saint Germain.

 

For the 23rd edition of the Deloitte Football Money League (DMFL) Cabinet Deloitte carries out its study based on 3 sources of club revenue (2018-2019 season):

 

Matchday: ticketing, hospitality

TV rights

Commercial: sponsorship, merchandising.

 


9.3 billion euros in cumulative revenue for the Top 20

In total, the Top 20 clubs in the 2020 Deloitte report accumulated 9.283 billion euros in revenue over 2018-2019. A figure up 11% from the previous ranking, which is mainly due to the entry into the new lucrative cycle of the UEFA Champions League. Revenues from TV rights amounted to 4.112 billion euros for the Top 20, 3.679 billion euros for commercial income and 1.492 billion euros for the matchday.

 


TOP 30 Deloitte Football Money League 2020

For this Deloitte Football Money League 2020, it is FC Barcelona which comes top of the ranking with 840.8 million euros in revenue last season. The Catalan club climbed to first place andedged  Real Madrid (€ 757.3 million), who fell to second place. The podium is completed by Manchester United (€ 711.5 million).

England and the Premier League place 8 clubs in the Top 20, followed by Italy (4 clubs), Germany (3 clubs), Spain (3 clubs) and France (2 clubs).

 

1/ FC Barcelone : 840,8M€
2/ Real Madrid : 757,3M€
3/ Manchester United : 711,5M€
4/ Bayern Munich : 660,1M€
5/ Paris Saint-Germain : 635,9M€
6/ Manchester City : 610,6M€
7/ Liverpool : 604,7M€
8/ Tottenham Hotspur : 521,1M€
9/ Chelsea FC : 513,1M€
10/ Juventus : 459,7M€
11/ Arsenal : 445,6M€
12/ Borussia Dortmund : 377,1M€
13/ Atlético de Madrid : 367,6M€
14/ Inter Milan : 364,6M€
15/ Schalke 04 : 324,8M€
16/ AS Roma : 231M€
17/ Olympique Lyonnais : 220,8M€
18/ West Ham United : 216,4M€
19/ Everton : 213M€
20/ SSC Napoli : 207,4M€
21/ AC Milan : 206,3M€
22/ Leicester City : 200M€
23/ Ajax Amsterdam : 199,4M€
24/ Benfica : 197,6M€
25/ Wolverhampton Wanderers : 195,5M€
26/ Valencia : 184,7M€
27/ Eintracht Frankfurt : 183,8M€
28/ FC Zenit Saint Petersburg : 180,4M€ (année 2018)
29/ FC Porto : 176,2M€
30/ Crystal Palace : 174,5M€