Consultancy firm KPMG has produced the 2020 European Elite report, and according to them, Real Madrid — for the second consecutive year — are the most valuable football club in the world. Real Madrid is valued at €3.478 billion, which puts them ahead of Manchester United and FC Barcelona. The club’s enterprise value annual has risen by 8%.
From Real Madrid’s official website:
The report notes that Real Madrid’s position at the summit owes to the high revenues figures recorded throughout the five years that the study relates to (2016-2020), after having lifted the Champions League three times during this period, as well as the club’s improved profitability and a 41% aggregate growth in commercial revenue.
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Real Madrid releases a PDF every year covering the club’s activities and successes, but also importantly laying out all their financials. Florentino and the board have done an incredible job of diversifying the revenue streams - per graphic below (1/7): pic.twitter.com/ThTQk1aMoT— Matt Wiltse (@MattWiltse4) May 28, 2020