Coronavirus conquered every profit-making entity in 2020 including football across the globe. Football business was halted for months to see to the minimization and eradication of the virus. Despite the club suffering a huge loss in revenue, some clubs have maintained their positions as part of the richest club on earth in the world, 2020.

In 2020, FC Barcelona is the world’s richest football club and richest football club in Europe.
A research showed that, after winning eight league titles in eleven years, Barcelona reached the champions league semi-finals and finals than any other La Liga club.Richest rankings for the 2020 football clubs are based on match-day profits, revenue from commercials and TV money Liverpool has the most lucrative tv rights contract, with the club receiving approximately (£265 million) every year.

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Real Madrid, who won the Uefa Champions League on three consecutive occasions from 2015-2017 is positioned at the second place trailing behind rivals FC Barcelona. Arsenal football club that has maintained their position for years has been omitted from 2020 list. PSG ranking in the richest football clubs in 2020 increased. A source announced that the contract will fetch ($56 million) a year.

Below is the list of top 10 richest football clubs in the world before COVID-19.

 Barcelona — £747.5 million

FC Barcelona. Photo Credit – Twitter

Real Madrid — £669.5 million

Real Madrid. Photo Credit – Twitter

Manchester United — £629.5 million

Manchester United. Photo Credit – Twitter

Bayern Munich — £581 million

Bayern Munich. Photo Credit – Twitter

Paris Saint Germain — £561.5 million

PSG. Photo Credit – Twitter

Manchester City — £539 million

Manchester City. Photo Credit – Twitter

Liverpool — £536.9 million

Liverpool. Photo Credit – Twitter

 Tottenham — £460 million

Tottenham Hotspur. Photo Credit – Twitter

Chelsea — £445 million

Chelsea. Photo Credit – Twitter

Juventus — £409 million

Juventus. Photo Credit – Twitter
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