10. Newcastle United – €336 million
After playing in 6 Premier League campaigns in the last 7 years, the Magpies are now among the 25 most valuable football clubs in the world according to Forbes. They have a value of €336 million. They earn 68% of their revenue by broadcasting. The owner of the club, Mike Ashley has been reportedly trying to sell Newcastle United since 2017 for over €400 million.
9. Leicester City – €373 million
After winning the Premier League in 2016, the East Midlands club became a force to be reckoned with. Their latest FA Cup triumph has boosted their valuation. The club is currently in 19th place in Forbes’s most valuable clubs in the world list. Leicester has a brand value of €373 million. They had a revenue of €155 million in 2020.
8. West Ham – €417 million
West Ham had revenue of €143million last year. They were not among the top brand value clubs in the world until 2016 when they finished 7th in the Premier League. This season they did even better by finished 6th in the table. They have been playing the Premier League for 7 straight seasons. West Ham is currently in 18th place on Forbes’ list.
7. Everton – €540 million
Another club that has not won any trophies recently. They earn most of their revenue by continuously playing in the Premier League. The current brand value of the club is €540 million. The Merseyside club had a revenue of €192 million last year. They are 7th in the list of Premier League clubs’ market value.
6. Tottenham Hotspur – €1.89 billion
Tottenham Hotspur in 2019/20 had revenue of 445.7 million euros. The English club earned approximately 155 million euros from broadcasting that season. The biggest revenue stream is the commercial one which was about 183 million euros. Not winning trophies have impacted them financially and emotionally. They did get a financial boost after reaching the final of the 2018-19 Champions League.