Real Madrid Tops 2015 Rich Football Teams For 10TH Year Running

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real-madrid-logos-0424182101Real Madrid has for the 10th time been named the champions of Europe by topping the Deloitte football rich list for the 10th year straight.

The Premier League is now so wealthy that all 20 clubs from England’s top flight last season are among the richest 40 clubs in the world by income — even relegated Norwich City.
FIve English clubs are in the top 10 of the football ‘Rich List’, published on Thursday by accountants Deloitte.
Manchester United returns to the top three, coming second in the list, which is based on season 2013-14 revenues.

See full list after the cut:

DELOITTE FOOTBALL MONEY LEAGUE
1. Real Madrid – £459.5m
2. Manchester United – £433.2m
3. Bayern Munich – £407.7m
4. Barcelona – £405.2m
5. Paris Saint-Germain – £396.5m
6. Manchester City – £346.5m
7. Chelsea – £324.4m
8. Arsenal – £300.5m
9. Liverpool – £255.8m
10. Juventus – £233.6m
11. Borussia Dortmund – £218.7m
12. AC Milan – £208.8m
13. Tottenham – £180.5m
14. Schalke 04 – £178.9m
15. Atletico Madrid – £142.1m
16. Napoli £137.8m
17. Inter Milan – £137.1m
18. Galatasaray – £135.4m
19. Newcastle United – £129.7m
20. Everton £120.5m
21. West Ham United – £105.3m
22. Aston Villa – £101.9m
23. Marseille – £100m
24. Roma – £97.7m
25. Southampton – £97.3
26. Benfica – £96.6
27. Sunderland – £95.7m
28. Hamburg – £92.2m
29. Swansea City – £90.5m
30. Stoke City – £90.1m
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