Juve ranked 10 in Top-10 richest football clubs in the World 2019
Deloitte have just published their recent research into the Football Money League list for 2018-2019. And while the top-3 richest clubs have indeed experienced some perturbation of sorts, Juve remain firmly planted in the 10th position on the list, and for a reason:
Revenue in 2018: €405.7 Million (£348.6 Million or $496.9 Million)
Previous revenue: €338.9 Million
Total Valuation: €1.03 Billion
Juventus earns the 10 spot in the list of Richest Football Clubs 2019 due to their remarkable €67 Million increase in revenue from the previous season. They witnessed the total revenue of €405.7 Million this year. Juventus made €114.4 Million from their commercial partnerships and merchandising. A majority of which came from their jersey sponsor Jeep and technical kit sponsor Adidas. They generated €233.5 Million from the broadcasting rights this season.
Besides, they also had a total matchday earning of €57.8 Million from ticket sales last season. According to the recent report by Deloitte, the club may face a consequential dip in revenue in the future. And it may occur as the broadcast earning of Italian clubs are considerably lower than the English or Spanish clubs.
Given Ronaldo's arrival and his impact on club's financial aspect of things, we could safely presume that Juve's stock will likely grow in the coming year and outpace the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea, ranked 8th and 9th respectively.