Spanish success – Spanish giants Real Madrid and Barcelona were the top two teams in Deloitte's 2010-11 money list. Real are in first place for the seventh year in a row with a revenue of €479.5 million, with Barca second after generating €450.7 million.
Top English earners – English Premier League champions Manchester United, formerly the top-earning team for eight years in a row, were third on the list with a revenue of €367 million.
German giants – German champions Bayern Munich had the fourth-highest revenue in European football with €321.4 million.
London's pride – The London duo of Arsenal and Chelsea were fifth and sixth on the list respectively. England had six teams in the top 20, the highest number of any European league. Tottenham Hotspur were in 11th and Premier League leaders Manchester City 12th.
Italian interest – Italian city rivals AC and Inter Milan were separated by just one place on the list. Serie A champions AC were seventh, and 2010 European champions Inter eighth.