Spanish giants, Real Madrid have topped Forbes’ annual list of the world’s most valuable teams for the third consecutive year. The Spanish side’s value fell 5% to $3.26bn from 2014 but they had the highest revenue of any sports team in the world at $746m.

Fellow La Liga giants, Barcelona, worth $3.16B are second and Manchester United sit third with $3.10B, a 10% increase as German champions, Bayern Munich are fourth on the list.


Below are the top 20 on the list…

1. Real Madrid $3.26B

2. Barcelona $3.16B

3. Manchester United $3.10B

4. Bayern Munich $2.35B

5. Manchester City $1.38B

6. Chelsea $1.37B

7. Arsenal $1.31B

8. Liverpool $982m

9. Juventus $837m

10. AC Milan $775m

11. Borussia Dortmund $700m

12. Paris St-Germain $634m

13. Tottenham $600m

14. Schalke 04 $572m

15. Inter Milan $439m

16. Atletico Madrid $436m

17. Napoli $353m

18. Newcastle United $349m

19. West Ham United $309

20. Galatasaray $294m

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