Deloitte Football Money League 2013
Real Madrid maintain their position as the leading club in the Money League for an eighth consecutive season and are the first club to surpass the €500m revenue threshold. Revenue increased by €33.1m (7%) to €512.6m (£414.7m) in 2011/12.
FC Barcelona retain second place in the Money League behind Real Madrid for the fourth successive year. The club enjoyed €32.3m (7%) revenue growth to €483m.
Manchester United retain third place in the Money League despite revenues declining by £11.1m (3%) to £320.3m (€395.9m).
Despite a second consecutive trophyless season, Bayern Munich reversed the previous year's decline in total revenue, which increased by €47m (15%) to €368.4m (£298.1m) in 2011/12.
Chelsea secures a top five position in the Money League, with total revenue in 2011/12 increasing by £32.4m (14%) to £261m (€322.6m). This significant growth is largely down to the on-field successes of the season.
Arsenal's revenue increased in to €290.3m (£234.9m) in 2011/12, securing sixth position in this year's Money League. In sterling terms, this represented an £8.1m (4%) rise on the previous year.
As forecast in the 2010/11 edition, Manchester City enter the Money League top ten for the first time in their history jumping up five places to 7th. Revenue growth of £77.9m (51%) is the highest of all Money League clubs.
AC Milan drop one place to eighth in this year's Money League, but remain the leading Italian club ahead of Juventus and city rivals Internazionale. Total revenues increased by €22.1m (9%) to €256.9m.
Liverpool remain in ninth position in the Money League, and despite their absence from European competition, recorded a £5.1m (3%) increase in revenues to £188.7m (€233.2m).
A €41.5m (27%) increase in revenues to €195.4m has fired Juventus back into the Money League top ten after several difficult years.
Borussia Dortmund climb five places to 11th in this year's Money League. This is the club's highest position in the Money League since 1997/98. Total revenues grew by €50.6m (37%) to €189.1m (£153m) in 2011/12.
A difficult 2011/12 season both on and off the pitch, saw Internazionale slip out of the Money League top ten for the first time since 2001/02. Overall revenues declined by €25.5m (12%) to €185.9m (£150.4m).
Tottenham Hotspur drop two places to 13th position in the Money League, with total revenue decreasing by £19.3m (12%) to £144.2m (€178.2m) in 2011/12. This is primarily down to the failure to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
The absence of UEFA Champions League football in 2011/12 was the main factor behind Schalke's €27.9m (14%) drop in total revenues to €174.5m (£141.2m), slipping four places to 14th in this year's Money League.
Success in the UEFA Champions League and winning the Coppa Italia saw Napoli move up five places in the Money League to 15th, with total revenues growing €33.5m (29%) to €148.4m (£120.1m).
Olympique de Marseille
Olympique de Marseille fall two places to 16th position in the Money League due to a €14.7m (10%) decrease in revenues to €135.7m (£109.8m).
Olympique Lyonnais retain seventeenth position in the Money League. Their revenue fell by €0.9m (1%) to €131.9m (£106.7m).
Hamburger SV remain in 18th position in this year's Money League, despite recording a €7.7m (6%) decrease in revenues to €121.1m (£98m).
AS Roma drop four places to 19th position in the Money League, with total revenue decreasing to €115.9m (£93.8m) in 2011/12, a €27.6m (19%) decrease, largely due to the failure to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
Newcastle United re-enter the Money League in 20th position after a three year absence. In 2011/12 revenue totalled £93.3m (€115.3m), an increase of £4.7m (5%) from the previous year.