The Deloitte Football Money League for 2019 has now been released with six of the the top 10 spots dominated by Premier League clubs.
Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, and Spurs all find themselves in the top 10 clubs to have generated the most revenue last season.
The list ranks clubs by how much money they earned from broadcasting, commercial deals, and match-day revenues during the 2017/18 season.
Spurs recorded revenue of £308.9 million ($379.4 million) which was the tenth highest in the whole of Europe, and just £10 million short of their North London rivals Arsenal.
This is the first time Tottenham have been among the top 10 in more than a decade. The Lillywhites have generated a higher revenue than the likes of Juventus, Inter Milan, Atletico Madrid, and Borussia Dortmund.
📈 | Liverpool have increased their income generated with a profit uplift of 25% to £455m, according to Deloitte Football Money League. pic.twitter.com/4wN5SJYQF4
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Spurs have no doubt been helped by the increase in gate receipts due to the temporary move to a larger capacity Wembley.
This clearly shows that the club is on an upward trajectory as when Spurs finally complete their move to the new 62,062 capacity stadium, their revenue will likely increase even further since the stadium will also be hosting NFL games.
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