European champions Real Madrid have topped the Deloitte football rich list for a 10th successive year.
Madrid completed a double ‘La Decima’, having won Europe’s top prize against Atletico Madrid in Lisbon last May, and retained top spot with revenue of almost €550m.
At the same time they become the first club ever to pass the €200m mark for broadcast revenue.
However, eternal rivals Barcelona fall two places from the previous year, having been leapfrogged by Manchester United (€518m) and Bayern Munich (€487.5m).
Atletico Madrid, meanwhile, move up five places to 15th with income of €169.9m, less than a third of cross-city rivals Real Madrid despite breaking the duopoly in Spain by winning La Liga and also reaching the final of the Champions League.
The total combined revenue for the top 20 richest clubs rose by 14 per cent to €6.2bn, the report found, while the only club from outside the ‘big five’ European Leagues to make the top 20 was Turkish outfit Galatasaray.
Deloitte Football Money League 2014
(Figures in Euros)
1 (1) Real Madrid 549.5m
2 (4) Man United 518m
3 (3) Bayern Munich 487.5m
4 (2) Barcelona 484.6m
5 (5) Paris Saint-Germain 474.2m
6 (6) Man City 414.4m
7 (7) Chelsea 387.9m
8 (8) Arsenal 359.3m
9 (12) Liverpool 305.9m
10 (9) Juventus 279.4m
11 (11) Borussia Dortmund 261.5m
12 (10) Milan 249.7m
13 (14) Tottenham Hotspur 215.8m
14 (13) Schalke 213.9m
15 (20) Atletico Madrid 169.9m
16 (-) Napoli 164.8m
17 (15) Inter 164m
18 (16) Galatasaray 161.9m
19 (-) Newcastle United 155.1m
20 (-) Everton 144.1m
*Last year’s position in brackets