Liverpool has leapfrogged their Premier League counterparts Manchester City in the latest Most Valuable Club Table.
Brand Finance Football’s annual report indicates that a chunk of the so-called big clubs has been hit financially by the global coronavirus pandemic something that has had an effect on the table.
In England, Manchester United valued at £1.190 billion remains the most valuable team despite being placed third this with Barcelona (£1.280 billion) and Real Madrid (£1.286 billion) being the teams ranked above the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer side.
United’s value however gas dropped by £143 million (-11%), whilst Real Madrid’s has decreased by £205 million (-14%), in comparison to last year.
With no match-day tickets being sold and a drop in merchandise sales and broadcast being negatively affected, it is the first time in six years that ‘the total value of the top 50 football brands’ has decreased according to the reports.
The top ten most valuable clubs in world football
- 1. Real Madrid – £1.286 billion
- 2. Barcelona – £1.280 billion
- 3. Manchester United – £1.190 billion
- 4. Liverpool – £1.143 billion
- 5. Manchester City – £1.018 billion
- 6. Bayern Munich – £957 million
- 7. Paris Saint-Germain – £876 million
- 8. Chelsea – £859 million
- 9. Tottenham Hotspur – £710 million
- 10. Arsenal – £651 million