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Premier League clubs are among the richest

List published of the wealthiest football clubs in Europe

Man Utd and Arsenal are the two richest clubs in England

Six of the 12 richest European football clubs are from the Barclays Premier League, a survey has shown.

Financial experts Deloitte compile the list every year and have published the results for the 2010-11 season.

Manchester United were third richest, behind Spanish teams Real Madrid and Barcelona, with Arsenal keeping fifth place.

The full list of rich clubs is below with teams from the Barclays Premier League in bold.

1. Real Madrid (£433m)
2. FC Barcelona (£407m)
3. Manchester United (£331.4m)
4. Bayern Munich (£290.3m)
5. Arsenal (£226.8m)
6. Chelsea (£225.6m)
7. AC Milan (£212.3m)
8. Internazionale (£190.9m)
9. Liverpool (£183.6m)
10. Schalke 04 (£182.8m)
11. Tottenham Hotspur (£163.5m)
12. Manchester City (£153.2m)

13. Juventus (£139m)
14. Olympique de Marseille (£135.8m)
15. AS Roma (£129.6m)
16. Borussia Dortmund (£125.1m)
17. Olympique Lyonnais (£119.9m)
18. Hamburger SV (£116.3m)
19. Valencia (£105.5m)
20. Napoli (£103.8m)

Key Points

  • A list of the richest football clubs has been published
  • Six Barclays Premier League clubs are in top 12
  • England has more clubs in top 20 than any other country