By capturing a record 35th domestic league title in 2021-22, Real Madrid will generate the most revenue in La Liga and by qualifying for a record eighth Champions League final (to be played this Saturday against Liverpool) Real Madrid will earn over $100 million. In addition, it was announced last week that Real Madrid, currently undergoing an $850 million stadium renovation, secured $379 million as part of an agreement with Sixth Street and Legends in which Sixth Street “acquired the right to participate in the operation of certain businesses of the new Santiago Bernabéu stadium for a period of twenty years.
The Spanish giants are the sixth most valuable sports team in the world after the Dallas Cowboys, New York Yankees, New York Knicks, Golden State Warriors, and Los Angeles Lakers, in that order.
Real Madrid’s old rivals Barcelona have hit the headlines for huge debts and an unstable financial situation, but they remain the second most valuable football club at $5 billion, according to Forbes.
Behind Barcelona are Manchester United (4.6$ billion), Liverpool (4.45$ billion), Bayern Munich (4.275$ billion), Manchester City (4.25$ billion), Paris Saint-Germain (3.2$ billion), Chelsea (3.1$ billion), Juventus (2.45$ billion) and Tottenham (2.35 $ billion).
According to forbes