In the 26-year history of the publication, Liverpool has overtaken Manchester United in the Deloitte Football Money League for the first time.

In 2020–2021, Liverpool surpasses Manchester United in revenue production.

The Football Money League from Deloitte ranks the top 20 football clubs in the world based on income creation.

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The most current data also shows that United is behind both Manchester City and Liverpool.

Erik ten Hag’s cross-town rivals, Man City, are presently in the lead of the Money League after bringing in a staggering £619.1 million in 2021–2022.

The values do not include transfer fees but do include matchday, broadcast, and advertising revenue.

After bringing in £583.2 million the previous year, United actually outperformed themselves.

Thanks to an 18% increase in revenue from the previous year, the Red Devils are currently ranked fourth, one spot below Liverpool.

But it’s the first time since Deloitte began keeping track of things that they have fallen behind Liverpool.

Jurgen Klopp’s team moved up from seventh to third with earnings of £594.3m from the previous year.

That is a 22% increase from the previous year, mostly as a result of their run to the Champions League final and a rise in matchday revenue.

Premier League teams make up six of the top ten teams, and Deloitte’s ranking also includes Chelsea, Tottenham, and Arsenal.

The Blues are in eighth place with a £481.3 million revenue increase from the previous campaign.

Spurs prevail in the matchup between the two North London clubs.

Antonio Conte’s squad, who saw a staggering 23 percent increase in revenue, moving them up to ninth place with a total of £442.8 million.

In 2020–2021, Liverpool surpasses Manchester United in revenue production.
That is more than £75 million more than Arsenal, who despite a 13% increase reported revenue of £367.1 million.

Outside of the top 10 are five additional Premier League teams, including West Ham (15), Leicester (17), Leeds (18), Everton (19), and Newcastle (20).

Liverpool Football Club

An English professional football team called Liverpool Football Club is situated in Liverpool.

The team competes in the Premier League, which is the top level of English football.

Since its founding in 1892 and entry into the Football League the following year, the team has played all of its home games at Anfield.

At the domestic level, the squad has won a record nine League Cups, eight FA Cups, 19 League titles, and 16 FA Community Shields.

In international competitions, the club has won six European Cups, three UEFA Cups, four UEFA Super Cups—all English records—and one FIFA Club World Cup.