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Soccer's Money League
February 14th, 2008 6:45AM
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[MAKING A LIST] Real Madrid was the world's largest revenue-generating club for the third successive season with income of $472 million in 2006-07, but three English Premier League moved up in the top five of the annual Deloitte Football Money League. Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal were 2-4-5 with Barcelona at No. 3. The EPL clubs should close the gap with Real Madrid this season thanks to the new EPL television deal. For the top 20 clubs in terms of 2006-07 income (excluding transfer fees) ...

Deloitte Football Money League
1 (1) Real Madrid $472 million
2 (4) Manchester United $414 million
3 (2) Barcelona $390 million
4 (6) Chelsea $381 million
5 (9) Arsenal $375 million
6 (5) AC Milan $306 million
7 (8) Bayern Munich $301 million
8 (10) Liverpool $267 million
9 (7) Inter Milan $263 million
10 (12) AS Roma $212 million
11 (15) Tottenham $206 million
12 (3) Juventus $194 million
13 (11) Lyon $189 million
14 (13) Newcastle United $174 million
15 (16) Hamburg $162 million
6 (14) Schalke 04 $154 million
17 (-) Celtic $150 million
18 (-) Valencia $145 million
19 (-) Marseille $132 million
20 (-) Werder Bremen $131 million
(In parentheses are the 2005-06 rank.)



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