Liverpool Sees Rapid Revenue Growth to Beat Manchester United in Revenue Rankings


Liverpool beat its arch-rival Manchester United in the Deloitte Football Money League ranking.

The list shows that Liverpool beat the Red Devils and took third place in front of United.

United’s noisy neighbors Manchester City are leading the charts, while the Spanish giant Real Madrid lags behind them in second place.

Liverpool’s astronomical rise in the rankings represents an improvement of four positions to beat United.

The revenue of the Merseyside club increased by almost 22%: from 487.4 million pounds in the 2020-2021 season to 594.3 million pounds in the 2021-2022 season.

United also saw revenue growth of 18%.

The Red Devils have increased their revenue to a mind-boggling 583.2 million pounds. French champion Paris St-Germain closes the top five with an income of 554 million pounds.

Liverpool are ahead of their rivals as a result of their significant progress in cup competitions.

Jurgen Klopp’s men won the FA Cup and the League Cup last season. They lost two matches in their quest to complete an unprecedented quadruple.

Manchester City beat them in the Premier League, and in the Champions League they lost to Real Madrid.

The increase in broadcast revenue, combined with a significant increase in match revenue, was enough for Liverpool to beat United in the money league.

United have an opportunity to regain their position this year. Liverpool are going through a disastrous campaign. They occupy the ninth place in the table and do not participate in the Carabao Cup.

Liverpool will also face a difficult Champions League match with Real Madrid in the 1/8 finals of the tournament.

Chelsea (481.3 million pounds), Arsenal (442.8 million pounds) and Tottenham (367.1 million pounds) are also in the top ten in eighth, ninth and tenth places, respectively.


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