Soccer-Madrid remain top of earnings table

Wed Jan 23, 2013 7:01pm EST

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Jan 24 (Reuters) - Spanish champions Real Madrid remained
the highest earning soccer club in the world in 2011-12,
according to the annual Football Money League compiled by
business services group Deloitte. 
 
    Following is the top 20: (All figures in millions of euros)
    
    Team                           Earnings 
 1. Real Madrid (Spain)            512.6
 2. Barcelona (Spain)              483
 3. Manchester United (England)    395.9
 4. Bayern Munich (Germany)        368.4
 5. Chelsea (England)              322.6
 6. Arsenal (England)              290.3
 7. Manchester City (England)      285.6
 8. AC Milan (Italy)               256.9
 9. Liverpool (England)            233.2
10. Juventus (Italy)               195.4
11. Borussia Dortmund (Germany)    189.1
12. Inter Milan (Italy)            185.9
13. Tottenham Hotspur (England)    178.2
14. Schalke 04 (Germany)           174.5 
15. Napoli (Italy)                 148.4
16. Olympique Marseille (France)   135.7
17. Olympique Lyon (France)        131.9
18. Hamburg SV (Germany)           121.1
19. AS Roma (Italy)                115.9
20. Newcastle United (England)     115.3
   
        

 (Writing by Keith Weir, 44 20 7542 8022)
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