Real Madrid, Liverpool, Man United: The World’s Most Valuable Football Brands Right Now Revealed

The World's Most Valuable Football Brands Right Now Revealed

Real Madrid, Liverpool, Man United: The World’s Most Valuable Football Brands Right Now Revealed:

The Reds, who are the reigning champions of England, Europe and the world, are up to fourth in the worldwide rankings and have closed the gap to Manchester United.

The Red Devils were replaced as the world’s most valuable football brand by Real Madrid in 2019, and they’ve suffered another fall this year.

Their value currently stands at £1.190bn, which is just £47m ahead of Liverpool.

Four more English sides join them in the top 10, with Tottenham Hotspur climbing to ninth after a £23.5m rise in value.

All clubs have been challenged by the coronavirus pandemic, although Brand Finance admit the longer-term damage to the sport’s economic structure has yet to be revealed.

“As well as players experiencing wage cuts, the full impact on sponsors, the transfer market, and broadcasting rights will only emerge in the aftermath of the global lockdown,” their report reads.

But for now, clubs can boast remarkable valuations. And for the second straight year, Real Madrid take No.1 spot.

Top 10 most valuable football brands

10. Arsenal

Value: £651m
Percentage rise or fall: 18.8 per cent –
Value rise/fall from 2019: £150m fall

9. Tottenham Hotspur

Value: £710m
Percentage rise or fall: 3.3 per cent +
Value rise/fall from 2019: £23.5m rise

8. Chelsea

Value: £859m
Percentage rise or fall: 1.9 per cent –
Value rise/fall from 2019: £17m fall

7. Paris Saint-Germain

Value: £876m
Percentage rise or fall: 5.8 per cent +
Value rise/fall from 2019: £48m rise

6. Bayern Munich

Value: £957m
Percentage rise or fall: 19.6 per cent –
Value rise/fall from 2019: £233m fall

5. Manchester City

Value: £1.018bn
Percentage rise or fall: 10.4 per cent –
Value rise/fall from 2019: £118m fall

4. Liverpool

Value: £1.143bn
Percentage rise or fall: 6 per cent +
Value rise/fall from 2019: £64.3m rise

3. Manchester United

Value: £1.190bn
Percentage rise or fall: 10.7 per cent –
Value rise/fall from 2019: £143m fall

2. Barcelona

Value: £1.280bn
Percentage rise or fall: 1.4 per cent +
Value rise/fall from 2019: £18.1m rise

1. Real Madrid

Value: £1.286bn
Percentage rise or fall: 13.8 per cent –
Value rise/fall from 2019: £205m fall

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