The 10 richest club owners in world football have been named in a top 10 list with some eye-catching figures in their bank accounts.
Manchester City’s Sheikh Mansour is the richest football club owner in 2021 with a $30 billion fortune. Dietrich Mateschitz, who owns RB Leipzig and Salzburg, is the second-richest on $26.9 billion, with Juventus’ Andrea Agnelli completing the top-three on $19.1 billion.
It’s no secret, of course, that money has become a big factor in football. Especially in the transfer rounds, with some clubs investing hundreds of millions on star players to aid their respective title bids.
Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain are perhaps the best examples of what money can buy in football. They each signed big-name players and become major challengers, winning countless domestic silverware in the last decade.
That said, they’re yet to win in Europe so far.
So, thanks to a list courtesy of SportMob, here are the 10 richest football club owners.
|1.||Sheikh Mansour||Manchester City||$30 billion|
|2.||Dietrich Mateschitz||RB Leipzig/ RB Salzburg||$26.9 billion|
|3.||Andrea Agnelli||Juventus||$19.1 billion|
|4.||Dietmar Hopp||Hoffenheim||$18.5 billion|
|5.||Roman Abramovich||Chelsea||$12.5 billion|
|6.||Philip Anschutz||LA Galaxy||$10.1 billion|
|7.||Stan Kroenke||Arsenal/Colorado Rapids||$8.3 billion|
|8.||Nasser Al-Khelaifi||PSG||$8 billion|
|9.||Zhang Jindong||Inter Milan||$8 billion|
|10.||Robert Kraft||New England Revolution||$6.9 billion|