Forbes names PSG the 7th Most Valuable club in 2023

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According to a study by Forbes magazine, PSG has been ranked as the 7th most valuable football club in the world with an estimated value of $4.2B according to the business outlet.

This marks a significant achievement for the club, as it has experienced a remarkable 32% increase in value within a year even though the organization reportedly endured hard financial times during the past calendar year.

PSG's current valuation stands at $4.2 billion (approximately €3.8 billion), solidifying its position among the top clubs globally. This evaluation is particularly noteworthy as it is the first time in the club's history that it has surpassed the $4 billion valuation. Just for context, QSI acquired PSG for a ridiculous €100 million back in March 2012.

Among the notable changes in club valuations, Newcastle United, under new ownership by a wealthy sovereign wealth fund from Saudi Arabia, has witnessed the most significant increase, reaching €745 million.

On the other hand, two English clubs, Leicester City (which has recently been relegated from the Premier League) and Everton (barely avoiding relegation), have experienced the most significant declines in value at -16% (€733 million) and -21% (€698 million), respectively.

Unsurprisingly, Real Madrid remains the most valuable football club in the world, with a staggering valuation of €5.7 billion. Manchester United follows closely behind at €5.6 billion, surpassing Barcelona, which now stands at €5.2 billion.

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2023 Forbes Top-30 Most Valuable Football Clubs

Here is the ranking of the top 30 most valuable football clubs in the world in 2023 according to Forbes:

  1. Real Madrid: $6.07 billion
  2. Manchester United: $6 billion
  3. FC Barcelona: $5.51 billion
  4. Liverpool: $5.29 billion
  5. Manchester City: $4.99 billion
  6. Bayern Munich: $4.86 billion
  7. PSG: $4.21 billion
  8. Chelsea: $3.21 billion
  9. Tottenham: $2.8 billion
  10. Arsenal: $2.26 billion
  11. Juventus: $2.16 billion
  12. Borussia Dortmund: $1.93 billion
  13. Atletico Madrid: $1.54 billion
  14. AC Milan: $1.4 billion
  15. West Ham: $1.08 billion
  16. Inter: $1.03 billion
  17. Los Angeles FC: $1 billion
  18. Los Angeles Galaxy: $925 million
  19. Atlanta United: $850 million
  20. Crystal Palace: $806 million
  21. New York City: $800 million
  22. Newcastle: $794 million
  23. Leicester: $781 million
  24. Aston Villa: $756 million
  25. Everton: $744 million
  26. Olympique Lyonnais: $734 million
  27. Roma: $724 million
  28. DC United: $700 million
  29. Toronto FC: $690 million
  30. Austin FC: $680 million