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The world's top 20 richest football clubs

Deloitte has unveiled its Football Money League based on 2011/12 revenue.

1. Real Madrid - €512.6m

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1. Real Madrid - €512.6m

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2. FC Barcelona - €483m

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3. Manchester United - €395.9m

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4. Bayern Munich - €368.4m

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5. Chelsea - €322.6m

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6. Arsenal - €290.3m

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7. Manchester City - €285.6m

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8. AC Milan - €256.9m

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9. Liverpool - €233.2m

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10. Juventus - €195.4m

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11. Borussia Dortmund - €189.1m

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12. Internazionale - €185.9m

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13. Tottenham Hotspur - €178.2m

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14. Schalke 04 - €174.5m

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15. Napoli - €148.4m

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16. Olympique de Marseille - €135.7m

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17. Olympique Lyonnais - €131.9m

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18. Hamburger SV - €121.1m

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19. AS Roma - €115.9m

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20. Newcastle United - €115.3m

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