By 90Min
September 09, 2019

Liverpool were Europe's highest earners in terms of television revenue during the 2018/19 season, with only two non-English clubs making the top 20.

The Reds pocketed £152m from TV deals as they claimed a sixth European Cup, whilst Premier League champions Manchester City are just one place and £1m behind in the rankings. Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Manchester United and Arsenal complete filling third place to sixth, respectively. 


Barcelona claim seventh position after raking in £130m last term, with fellow Spaniards Real Madrid three below after Everton and Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Research from Swiss Ramble shows a clear domination of the TV revenue market by Premier League teams, England's power meaning no sides from Italy or Germany make the list.

Even Cardiff City - who were relegated to the Championship in May - are above European heavyweights like Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Atletico Madrid as a result of the Premier League's incredible TV deal money and its equal distribution.


The Bluebirds are 20th in the rankings, with Fulham and Huddersfield Town the only clubs from last year's Premier League to make less from television revenue than the Welsh outfit.

Here is the complete list of clubs in the top 20:

Club Earnings
Liverpool £152m
Manchester City £151m
Chelsea £146m
Tottenham Hotspur £145m
Manchester United £143m
Arsenal £142m
Barcelona £130m
Everton £129m
Wolverhampton Wanderers £127m
Real Madrid £125m
Leicester City £123m
West Ham United £123m
Newcastle United £120m
Crystal Palace £114m
Watford £114m
Bournemouth £108m
Burnley £107m
Brighton £106m
Southampton £104m
Cardiff City £103m

The reason why Liverpool outrank Man City in TV revenue despite finishing a place below them in the Premier League table is, as pointed about by the Swiss Ramble, that the Reds were broadcast live on more occasions than City. 

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