Real Madrid remain richest club in Europe
The Spanish titans lead the path as far as 2014 income (550m Euros), door receipts (121m Euros), greatest pay bill (270m Euros) and most costly squad (316m Euros).
Genuine play the group with the second most costly squad, PSG (276m Euros), in the Champions League this week.
Manchester United are Europe’s top club as far as working benefit with 140m Euros in 2014 and kindred Premier League club Tottenham are the best net benefit entertainers with 78m Euros.
The report has additionally uncovered that club wages have expanded by more than 664 for every penny in the course of recent decades and that player pay rates came to 7bn Euros in 2014.
Clubs in England have the most elevated normal pay bill, at 113.9m Euros, with Germany the following most elevated on 63.2m Euros.
UEFA claim the impact of Financial Fair Play standards are the fundamental alleviating variable in the lessening of consolidated club misfortunes from 1.67bn Euros to 485m Euros.
“While we should remain cautious, it appears that the worst financial excesses of European football reported in 2010 and 2011 are potentially behind us,” said UEFA general secretary Gianni Infantino.
“This year’s edition of the report highlights some notable improvements that have taken place in the last three years, coinciding with the introduction of financial fair play.”
Europe’s richest clubs
|Club||2014 revenue (euros)|
|1. Real Madrid||550m|
|2. Man Utd||519m|
|3. Bayern Munich||486m|