Inter have the 14th highest revenues in world football according to the Deloitte Football Money League 2020 study.
Barcelona have the highest revenues in world football with a massive €840.8 million. They became the first ever club to exceed the €800 million mark and overtook arch-rivals Real Madrid in this year’s study.
The top 20 clubs in the world generated no less than €9.3 billion between them over the course of the 2018/19 season, with Inter contributing €364.3 million to that sum with thanks to a 30% increase to club revenues.
44% of Inter’s revenue in the 2018/19 season came through television money, 42% of the club’s revenue was through ticket sales and other commercial related activity and the remaining 14% came through revenue raised on match days.
The study also shows that Juventus have the highest revenue of all Italian clubs and rank 10th in the study with revenues of €459.7 million in total. Roma have the third highest and Napoli the fourth highest.
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