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Five Richest Footall Club Owners in The World

Football game is a lucrative business, with billions in revenue sloshing around various soccer clubs thanks to broadcasting contracts and corporate sponsorship deals. Five richest football club owners in the world.

Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund - Newcastle United (£320bn)

Newcastle United is run by the Gulf state as the Saudi Arabia Public Investment Fund invests on behalf of its government. They boast a net worth of £320bn.

Headed by Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. He is only 36-years-old and has been the Crown prince of Saudi Arabia since 2017.

Qatar Investment Authority-Paris Saint-Germain (£220bn)

Paris Saint-Germain became the first state-owned football club in June 2011 when Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani bought 70 percent of the club's shares through state-run shareholding organisation Qatar Sports Investments.

Sheikh Mansour - Manchester City (£21bn)

Since 2008, Sheikh Mansour has been the primary owner of Manchester City. Additionally, he owns other clubs such as Melbourne City, New York City, Mumbai City, Belgian side Lommel SK, and Uruguayan team Montevideo City Torque.

Dietrich Mateschitz - RB Leipzig (£15.7bn)

Austrian billionaire Dietrich Mateschitz has compiled an extensive portfolio of teams across a variety of sports.

In football, his main concerns are Bundesliga side RB Leipzig, Austrian club Red Bull Salzburg and MLS side New York Red Bulls.

Andrea Agnelli - Juventus (£14bn)

Andrea Agnelli's family bought Juventus back in 1923. He was appointed chairman of the board of directors in 2010 and is worth £14bn himself

The 46-year-old is also a board member of car group Stellantis and investment company Exor.

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