Manchester United Rated World’s Most Valuable Club For The Second Consecutive Year (Top 20 List

Manchester United

Forbes, on Tuesday, named Manchester United as the world’s most valuable football club for a second consecutive year.

United, who ended European champions Real Madrid’s four-year stint at the top of the list last year, were valued at $4.12 billion, up 12% from a year ago.

Real Madrid last month won a third-straight Champions League title. They are second with a value of $4.08 billion.

The top five is completed by Barcelona ($4.06 billion), Bayern Munich ($3.06 billion) and Manchester City ($2.47 billion).

Forbes, however, notes Barcelona or Real Madrid could soon take over top spot from United, because of their consistently high performance in the Champions League.

The 20 most valuable clubs:

1. Manchester United ($4.12bn)
2. Real Madrid ($4.08bn)
3. Barcelona ($4.06bn)
4. Bayern Munich ($3.06bn)
5. Manchester City ($2.47bn)
6. Arsenal ($2.23bn)
7. Chelsea ($2.06bn)
8. Liverpool ($1.94bn)
9. Juventus ($1.47bn)
10. Tottenham Hotspur ($1.23bn)
11. Paris Saint-Germain ($971m)
12. Borussia Dortmund ($901m)
13. Atletico Madrid ($848m)
14. West Ham United ($754m)
15. Schalke ($707m)
16. Roma ($618m)
17. AC Milan ($612m)
18. Inter Milan ($606m)
19. Leicester City ($500m)
20. Napoli ($471m)

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