Real Madrid, Barcelona top football's rich list
The Spanish champions became the first sports team anywhere to break the (euro) 500 million ($666 million) revenue barrier as they stayed ahead of Spanish rival Barcelona in the Football Money League compiled by accountancy firm Deloitte.
Both teams saw their income rise by 7% during the 2011-12 season with Madrid taking in (euro) 512.6 million ($683 million) and Barcelona (euro) 483 million ($643million).
While the top six teams remained unchanged, only third-place Manchester United revenue's dropped, with a fall of 3 percent to 320.3 million pounds ($507 million) after exiting last season's Champions League at the group stage.
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