Real Madrid named World’s Biggest Club over Barça and Man U
Real Madrid have been named the World’s Biggest Club by French Football, and were followed closely by rival Barcelona.
According to February Publication of the French magazine, Manchester United were next to the teams.
In the top 10, a total of five English sides made it, two from Spain, and one each from Italy, Germany and France respectively.
1. Real Madrid (184 pts)
2. Barcelona (177 pts)
3. Manchester United (151 pts)
4. Bayern Munich (135 pts)
5. Liverpool (120 pts)
6. Juventus (107 pts)
7. Paris Saint-Germain (94 pts)
8. Chelsea (91 pts)
9. Manchester City (89 pts)
10. Arsenal (88 pts)
Taking into account for the adjudication of points by the editorial team were analysis of players, television audiences, social media following, average attendances, income, expenses, market value of the team and the historical importance of the club, whilst the latter being something the magazine themselves acknowledged as being subjective.
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