Monday, 30 November 2015

Top 10 valuable football club brands in world

Here are the top 10 most valuable football club brands in the world. Scroll down to see all the club that included in the list. Let’s starts the countdown with 10 to 1.

Tottenham Hotspur's brand value is $360m (according to Brand Finance's Football 50*)
Spurs struggle to qualify for the Champions League on a regular basis but are still in ship shape off the pitch. Daniel Levy doesn't enjoy a stellar reputation, but the north Londoners are in an excellent position to continue to challenge the elite.

Paris Saint-Germain's brand value is $541m
The reigning Ligue 1 champions were only formed 44 years ago, but have firmly established themselves towards the top of the tree in recent years. Although they're yet to crack the nut that is the Champions League, PSG have eclipsed all of their domestic rivals and, with more investment on the horizon, could soon be champions on the continent too.

Liverpool's brand value is $577m
The Merseysiders may have failed to win the Premier League trophy as of yet, but their worldwide audience was built during the decades prior to the inception of England's top tier as we now know it. They've been pushed down the pecking order by several of their domestic rivals, however. History isn't everything.

Arsenal's brand value is $703m
The formerly frugal Gunners have finally loosened their purse strings over the last couple of years as they being to reap the rewards that their move to the Emirates Stadium has led to. Seventh place is not too shabby at all, given that they now have a ground few of their domestic rivals can match.

Barcelona's brand value is $773m
Surprised to see the newly crowned Champions League winners languishing so far down on our list? That's understandable. Although the club's famous logo is one of the sport's most instantly recognisable emblems, there are five other teams that have more valuable brands than the Catalans.

Chelsea's brand value is $795m
The west Londoners wouldn't be anywhere near this list if it wasn't for a certain Roma Abramovich. The Russian businessman has poured fortunes into the Stamford Bridge outfit and helped Jose Mourinho's side establish themselves as one England's leading clubs.

Manchester City's brand value is $800m
Once seen as a yo-yo club that you couldn’t bank on retaining their top flight status, Manchester City is now an immovable object. Sheikh Mansour's millions have transformed the club and catapulted them into the elite. The only way Manuel Pellegrini's men are going is up on this list.

Real Madrid's brand value is $873m
The Spanish giants have endured a disappointing season. Los Blancos finished the campaign empty handed and Carlo Ancelotti was given his marching orders as a result. Rafa Benitez is the latest man to jump aboard the managerial merry-go-round, but can he stop the slump?

Bayern Munich's brand value is $933m
The Bavarian outfit represent an example that some of their competitors would do well to follow. The Bundesliga boasts far superior finances than any of their rivals due to the fact that it’s' clubs are run sustainably and it's no surprise to see Pep Guardiola's men rank so highly. However, they're not even close to the top dogs...

Manchester United's brand value is $1206m
Although the Red Devils have just finished a second successive season without any silverware, their finances haven't taken a battering. Far from it. They've been boosted. After slipping to second spot last season, United are back on top. Old Trafford has a legion of fans in India, South East Asia and China, which has helped Louis van Gal’s side climb back to the pinnacle of the beautiful game.

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