For many years now the Premier League has appeared to be the richest league in the world.
And the recently released figures for the 2021/22 Deloitte’s Money League would appear to support that theory.
The table takes into account match day, TV and commercial revenue, and with 11 teams in the top 20 – and 16 in the top 30, the English top-flight is clearly dominating.
As shown in the table below, Manchester City top of the table, with the majority of their finances coming from commercial revenue.
Real Madrid are in second place, with Liverpool and Manchester United making up the rest of the top four.
Man City have the highest commercial revenue, 5th place PSG have the highest matchday revenue and 3rd place Liverpool took home the most TV money.
The likes of Leeds, Everton, Leicester and Newcastle also all crack the top 20, with Southampton coming in at number 30.