Football's Rich List: 1. Real Madrid – For the ninth straight year Real Madrid are ranked as the world's richest club with a total revenue of $702 million. Their global reach allows the Spanish club to make millions in commercial revenue, both domestically and internationally, thanks to marketable stars like Cristiano Ronaldo -- recently crowned the world's best player.
2. Barcelona – Barcelona are second in the list, $47 million behind Real, and can also generate huge sums commercially on the back of players like Lionel Messi. The Argentina striker is their talisman and has helped them to win the Spanish league title four times in the last five years.
3. Bayern Munich – No-one could hold a candle to Bayern Munich in terms of silverware in 2013, the German champions winning an incredible five titles, including the European Champions League. They have usurped Manchester United in third spot and recorded a 17% growth in revenue to hit $585m.
4. Manchester United – English champions Manchester United fell to fourth in the money list -- the first time they've been outside the top three in 17 years. Despite revenue growing to $574 million they were overtaken by Bayern, and fortunes on the pitch have wavered since former manager Alex Ferguson left the club in May after 27 years at the helm.
5. Paris Saint-Germain – The stature of French champions Paris Saint-Germain as a European force under their Qatari owners was evidenced by their ability to attract big stars like Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. They nudged their way into the top five after almost quadrupling their revenue since the 2010/11 season -- the highest ever placing by a French side.
6. Manchester City – Manchester City leapfrogged Arsenal and Chelsea to become the second richest English Premier League club in the list. City, owned by Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed al Nahyan from Abu Dhabi, saw their total revenue rise to $428.3 million.
7. Chelsea – Chelsea, led by Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho, drop two places to seventh in the 2014 list. Backed by Russian billionaire owner Roman Abramovich, the London club actually saw a drop in revenue, from $437 million to $411 million.
8. Arsenal – Arsenal currently sit top of the English Premier League as they go in search of a first trophy since 2005. They flexed their muscles in the transfer market with the purchase of Germany international Mesut Ozil, at a cost of $70 million and saw a small drop in revenue, to $385m.
9. Juventus – Juventus have cemented their place as the dominant force in Italian football by winning the last two Serie A titles. Their move to a new stadium in 2011 helped boost revenue and they made the most money out of the European Champions League in 2013 despite only reaching the quarterfinals. They saw a big rise in total revenue to $369 million.
10. AC Milan – AC Milan, who can boast star names like Italy striker Mario Balotelli among their ranks, dropped two places to tenth in Deloitte's list after a modest rise in revenue saw them record $357m overall.
11. Borussia Dortmund – Borussia Dortmund -- champions of Germany in 2011 and 2012 -- lost to Bayern Munich in the European Champions League final in May last year and are set to lose star striker Robert Lewandowski to their rivals at the end of this season. They saw a significant hike in revenue up from $266.4 million to $347.1 million.
12. Liverpool – English club Liverpool, led by Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez, dropped out of the top ten for the first time since 1999/2000 despite seeing a 9% rise in revenue to $325.9 million. The club haven't qualified for the lucrative European Champions League since 2009.
13. Schalke 04 – German club Schalke move up two places from last year's list, after their revenue went up to 268.5 million.
14. Tottenham Hotspur – Tottenham Hotspur are the sixth English Premier League club to feature in Deloitte's list. They stay in 15th spot with a revenue of $233 million.
15. Internazionale – Italian giants Inter haven't secured any silverware since 2011 and they drop four places from last year's rich list. Revenue fell by $43 million to $228.6 million overall.
16. Galatasaray – Turkish champions Galatasaray move up three places from the 2013 list after revenue rose to $212.6 million. The Istanbul-based outfit have Ivory Coast striker Didier Drogba and Dutch playmaker Wesley Sneijder in their ranks and will face Chelsea -- with whom Drogba won the 2012 European Champions League crown -- in the last 16 of the competition.
17. Hamburg SV – Hamburg are the fourth German team in the list. They moved up three places with a revenue of $183.4 million.
18. Fenerbahce – Fenerbahce join fellow Turkish side Galatatsaray in the top 20, making it the first time since 2005/06 that two clubs outside the recognized top five in Europe -- Spain, Italy, Germany, England and France -- have appeared. Their revenue grew to $171.2 million.
19. AS Roma – Italian club Roma, led by their talisman Francesco Totti, are another new entry to the list thanks to revenue of $168.5 million.
20. Atletico Madrid – Atletico Madrid, city rivals to Real, are currently second in the La Liga table behind Barcelona -- largely thanks to the goalscoring exploits of Diego Costa. They are another new entry to round off the list but trail way behind Real in terms of revenue, on the comparatively modest figure of $162.5 million.