The 2016 Deloitte Football Money League has just been published and it measures a club´s total revenues for the 2014/15 season, and they include revenues from match-day, broadcast rights and commercial sources.
Real Madrid are top of the league for the 11th year in a row, generating £439M, and Newcastle are in 17th place with £128.8M, up from £123.8M in the previous year, an increase of 4%.
Sunderland are at number 25 in the rankings.
Last year Newcastle were 19th in this league so we moved up a couple of places.
The Premier League is starting to dominate the table with 17 clubs of the top 30 revenue generating clubs all in the Premier League.
And with the new £5B Premier League deal starting in June the number of PL clubs in the top 30 are likely to increase if anything.
Here are the top 20 football clubs in the world earning the most revenue.