Real Madrid continues in the top of the biggest shirt sponsorship deal in the 2022-2023 season, but the “merengues” are now with the organisation of PSG, according to the today’s lookup from Finance Football.
The deal with Emirates gives to the contemporary European Champions €70 million per season. That is the equal amount that the French champions get hold of from the brand new contract with Qatar Airways, who changed Accor from this season on (€65 million).
After reaching the Champions League last ultimate season, Liverpool and Standard Chartered seal every other sponsorship deal, with an importante improve in the price of the contract: from €47.5 million to nearly €60 million per year. It’s the third best deal.
Behind the reds is Barcelona: the deal with Spotify is worthed €57.75 million per season. It’s vital to be aware that Spotify also gives his identify to the iconic Camp Nou below the same comercial agreement.
In Manchester, both City and United have secured deals with Etihad and TeamViewer, respectively, with the equal value: €55 million per year.
The groups in the Top 10 are from Premier League, with only onluy 4 exceptions: without Real Madrid, Barcelona and PSG, one can find Bayern Munich in the sixth place. The deal with T-Mobile is valued now at €50 million, after the renewal of the contract.
The final 3 places of this ranking belong to the primary teams of London: Arsenal (Emirates), Chelsea (Three) e Tottenham (AIA) have offers well worth of 47.5 milhões per season.
€560 million in sponspor revenues
All together, the biggest sponsorship offers in the subsequent season will give to 10 golf equipment an amount of nearly €560 million.
Top 10 Biggest Shirt Sponsorship Deals 2022-2023
Real Madrid – Emirates (La Liga) €70 million/season
PSG – Qatar Airways (Ligue 1) €70 million
Liverpool – Standard Chartered (Premier League) €59 million
Barcelona – Spotify (La Liga) €57.5 million
Manchester City – Etihad (Premier League) €55 million
Manchester United – TeamViewer (Premier League) €55 million
Bayern Munique – T-Mobile (Bundesliga) €50 million
Arsenal – Emirates (Premier League) €47.5 million
Chelsea – Three (Premier League) €47.5 million
Tottenham – AIA (Premier League) €47.5 million