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The 50 Most Valuable Football Clubs in the World: A Comprehensive Ranking with Six Premier League Sides in the Top 10 Based on Market Value and Financial Performance

Sportico recently released its ranking of the 50 most valuable football clubs globally, with an interesting trend of Premier League teams dominating the top tiers. The methodology behind this list involved a comprehensive analysis of revenue sources, including financial statements and consultations with industry experts.

Topping the charts is Manchester United, valued at an impressive $6.2 billion, edging out traditional powerhouses Real Madrid and Barcelona. This reflects not only their historical success but also factors like brand strength and market appeal. The Premier League’s representation is notable, with six clubs making it to the top 10 and a total of nine clubs in the top 50.

However, while the Premier League’s cumulative value is substantial at $29 billion, it’s intriguing that the MLS claims the highest number of clubs in the top 50, showcasing the growing prominence of football in the United States. La Liga, on the other hand, boasts a smaller representation but still contributes significantly to the global football economy.

Here’s a glimpse of the top 10 most valuable football clubs in 2024 according to Sportico:

1. Manchester United ($6.2bn)

2. Real Madrid ($6.06bn)

3. Barcelona ($5.28bn)

4. Liverpool ($5.11bn)

5. Bayern Munich ($4.8bn)

6. Manchester City ($4.75bn)

7. PSG ($4.05bn)

8. Arsenal ($3.91bn)

9. Tottenham ($3.49bn)

10. Chelsea ($3.47bn)

11. Juventus ($1.77bn)

12. Borussia Dortmund ($1.64bn)

13. Atletico Madrid ($1.62bn)

14. AC Milan ($1.2bn)

15. Los Angeles FC ($1.15bn)

16. Inter Milan ($1.06bn)

17. Atlanta United ($1.05bn)

18. Inter Miami ($1.02bn)

19. LA Galaxy ($1bn)

20. New York City FC ($840m)

21. Austin FC ($800m)

22. Seattle Sounder ($795m)

23. Lyon ($780m)

24. Roma ($770m)

25. America ($750m)

26. Ajax ($740m)

27. West Ham ($725m)

28. Toronto FC ($725m)

29. DC United ($720m)

30. Portland Timber ($715m)

31. Guadalajara ($710m)

32. Newcastle ($700m)

33. Napoli ($690m)

34. Philadelphia Union ($685m)

35. Benfica ($675m)

36. Charlotte FC ($655m)

37. Columbus Crew ($650m)

38. FC Cincinnati ($645m)

39. Minnesota United ($640m)

40. Nashville FC ($635m)

41. Sporting Kansas City ($630m)

42. New York Red Bulls ($615m)

43. RB Leipzig ($610m)

44. Aston Villa ($600m)

45. Atalanta ($695m)

46. Eintracht Frankfurt ($580m)

47. Flamengo ($570m)

48. Monterrey ($565m)

49. San Jose Earthquakes ($560m)

50. Houston Dynamo ($550m)

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