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City take the golden throne among football millionaires


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For the first time, English clubs have achieved more than half of the top 20 in the Deloitte Financial Football League (a special ranking of clubs by income from football operations).

And British news agency BA Media said that the English Premier League’s dominance in world club football was confirmed by the Financial Services Company’s 2023 report, which showed 11 English clubs in the top 20 highest earning positions in the rankings. Season 2021. -2022.

The English Premier League’s TV revenue continues to be the highest in the world, with the report saying 16 clubs – 80% of the league – finished in the top 30 positions in the Financial League in the 2023 season.

Manchester City have maintained their top spot with £619m ($763m) in 2021-2022, including a Premier League-record commercial revenue of £330m, according to the report.

And Liverpool reached their highest position in their history, finishing third in the entire history of the poll, which began 26 years ago, with £594.3m in revenue.

Liverpool were seventh in the previous financial league but thanks to their performances in 2021-22, including reaching the Champions League final, they overtook Manchester United for the first time.

Leeds entered the top 20 list for the first time since 2002-03 when they finished eighteenth, while Newcastle returned to the top 20 list in twentieth place.

Real Madrid, the European champions, remained in second place, but arch-rivals Barcelona fell from fourth to seventh place due to a 13% drop in broadcast revenue.

The report shows that the revenues of the two clubs have not yet reached pre-pandemic levels, as both clubs remain committed to the idea of ​​creating a European Super League.

The Premier League was the only one of the top five leagues to see an increase in broadcast revenue in the most recent cycle.

Source: “Wakalat”

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