8 Richest Football Clubs In England

Every year Deloitte release their Football Money League which documents the eye-watering revenue generated by the richest football clubs on the planet, and more often than not a good chunk of them are English, so weve done our league of the richest football clubs in England.

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Without further ado, here are the richest football clubs in England.

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8. Leicester €“ £128.7 million

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Leicester City rocked the football world when they won the Premier League for the first time in their 132-year club history.

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The Foxes historic victory out them in the top 10 richest football clubs in England for the first time ever €” their £128.7 million is five times greater than their 2013/14 season just two years ago.

7. West Ham €“ £143.8 million

Despite ongoing disputes with club superstar Dimitri Payet, club form has helped the Hammers break into Deloittes ranking.

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Their acquisition of the Olympic Stadium €” now London Stadium €” will undoubtedly increase earnings next year.

6. Tottenham €“ £209.2 million

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Spurs second place finish in the Premier League last season was their best in club history. This, teamed with vastly increased broadcasting income and a renovated White Hart Lane in 2018 means that the North London club should be brimming with confidence €” financially, at least.

5. Liverpool €“ £302 million

Despite a prolonged absence from the Champions League, Jurgen Klopps side has held onto ninth place for the third consecutive year.

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The Merseyside outfit can expect an increase in revenue next season as their Anfield stadium will return to full capacity following renovations.

4. Chelsea €“ £334.6 million

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Through the backing of their billionaire Russian owner, Roman Abramovich, its rare to see Chelsea rank outside the top five richest football clubs.

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Stamford Bridge stadium has under expansion works which will help the coffers but the Abramovich problems and the sale imminent sale of the club may reverse this.

3. Arsenal €“ £350.4 million

Matchday revenues keep Arsenal in the five of the richest football clubs in England and its no wonder €“ a season ticket to watch Wengers men fight for 4th is the most expensive in Britain at £1014.

2. Manchester City €“ £392.6 million

This is the first time Manchester City have breached the top two richest football clubs in England. Abu Dhabi-owned City had their best ever Champions League run last season after they lost out to eventual winners, Real Madrid, in the semi-finals.

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The hiring of Pep Guardiola is expected to bring more success to the side in the near future.

1. Manchester United €“ £513.3 million

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The €˜Red Devils have never been far from the top three €” briefly toppling out during their 2012/13 season under David Moyes €” but this is the first time theyve hit the top spot in over a decade. The club benefited financially from huge sponsorship deals with Chevrolet and Adidas and a return to the Champions League.

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