Real Madrid was named the top dog in the Deloitte football money league for the 10th consecutive year matching their La Decima triumph a few months ago.

The Los Blancos raked in a hefty €549.5m in revenues in 2013-14 and are joined by Manchester United and Bayern Munich who take the second and third spots after recording €92.4m and €56.3m increase in revenue respectively.

Barcelona’s fall from second to fourth in the standings was well documented with the Catalans generating only a €2m increase from the 2012-13 season.

Paris Saint-Germain was placed fifth, while English sides Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool were ranked sixth to ninth with Italian Champions Juventus completing the top 10.

Perhaps the biggest surprises were Swansea City and Stoke City who came in 29th and 30th respectively after seeing a massive increase in revenue mainly due to TV money.

2013-14 Revenue based ranking in Euros

1. Real Madrid 549.5m

2. Manchester United 518.0m

3. Bayern Munich 487.4m

4. FC Barcelona 484.6m

5. Paris Saint-Germain 474.2m

6. Manchester City 414.4m

7. Chelsea 387.9m

8. Arsenal 359.3m

9. Liverpool 305.9m

10. Juventus 279.4m

11. Borussia Dortmund 261.5m

12. AC Milan 249.7m

13. Tottenham Hotspur 215.8m

14. Schalke 04 213.9m

15. Atlético Madrid 169.9m

16. Napoli 164.8m

17. Internazionale 164.0m

18. Galatasaray 161.9m

19. Newcastle United 155.1m

20. Everton 144.1m