Many Football magazines have established a list of the 30 best football clubs according to several criteria. Not surprisingly, Real Madrid came first.
The media outlet World Football has decided. Real Madrid, the Triple tenant of the Champions League title, is the current largest club in the world. Nothing shocking in itself. The French magazine also gave its top 30, and, as they say, themselves, “everyone will be happy to contest it.”
A dozen criteria were selected, some of them more or less objective, which, once again, the editorial team “assumes.” Thus, the sporting side, namely the team’s charts, and the individual player charts that make up the team; affluence, social media, and jersey sales; expenses, income, and the value of the squad; or the history of the club, are all the criteria chosen to build this ranking.
The points are awarded as follows: starting from a list of 85 candidate clubs from 5 continents, and ranking them from one to twenty in each of the categories, France Football awarded twenty points for the first, nineteen for the second, and so on until the single end of the twentieth.
That’s why the illustrious club Merengue comes in first. He is the first in 4 categories, namely the number of Golden Balloon passed in his squad, the influence on social networks, the club’s income, and the charts. FC Barcelona and Manchester United complete the podium.
French clubs are no exception. Three League 1 teams appear in 7th, 17th and 24th places, respectively PSG, OM, and Monaco.
Ranking the best teams in the world:
Ranking Club / (City) Country Points
- Real Madrid / Spain
- FC Barcelona / Spain
- Manchester United / England
- Bayern Munich / Germany
- Liverpool FC / England
- Juventus Turin / Italy
- Paris SG / France
- Chelsea FC / (London), England
- Manchester City / England
- Arsenal / (London) England
- AC Milan / Italy
- Borussia Dortmund
- Atletico Madrid / Spain
- Tottenham Hotspur / (London) England
- Inter Milan / Italy
- Ajax Amsterdam / Netherlands
- Olympique de Marseille / France
- Boca Juniors / (Buenos Aires) Argentina
- Benfica Lisbon / Portugal
- Borussia Mönchengladbach / Germany
- Celtic Glasgow / Scotland
- Al-Aly / (Cairo) Egypt
- Schalke 04 / (Gelsenkirchen) Germany
- VfB Stuttgart / Germany
- AS Roma / Italy
- AS Monaco / France
- Galatasaray / Istanbul Turkey
- Independiente / (Avellaneda) Argentina
- América Mexico / Mexico
- Santos FC / Brazil