The Major League Soccer It has been one of the fastest growing leagues in recent years, so much so that it went on to lead an elite ranking, positioning 18 of its franchises among the 50 most valuable teams of the soccer world.
This ranking was made by sportico collecting information on the valuation of all the teams in the world and in which the MLS It wipes out 18 clubs, even surpassing the five major European leagues in terms of number.
In the ranking we can see how the Premier League It has just 9 teams, followed by the Italian Serie A with 7 and the Spanish League and the German Bundesliga with 4 each.
The highest joint valuation is held by Premier League of England, because in its 9 most valued teams it adds $27.2 billion dollars. These clubs are: Manchester United, Liverpool, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, Tottenham, Everton, West Ham and Leiscester.
While in Spain: Barcelona, Real Madrid, Atlético de Madrid and Seville They add up to $12.3 billion dollars. On the other hand the A series of Italy with many more teams (7) barely reaches $6.6 billionwhich are divided between Juventus, Milan, Inter, Roma, Napoli, Atalanta and Lazio.
Among the leagues of America in addition to the MLS who leads with 18 teams, we can find the MX League with two teams; Club America and Club Guadalajarawhich together add up $1.4 billion dollars in valuation. The other league that appears is the Brazilian one with the flamencowhich amounts to $540 million.
If we talk about individual teams, the top is led by Manchester Utd from England. They are followed by Real Madrid and Barcelona from Spain to complete the top 3 and Liverpool, Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Arsenal, Chelsea, PSG and Tottenham close the 10 best valued clubs in the world.
quantity is not quality
Despite the fact that MLS has 18 teams in the top 50, the team with the best rating only appears in box 16 and is Los Angeles FC, a team that is less than 10 years old. follows him Los Angeles Galaxy and Atlanta United. Further down in box 22 Seattle Sounders while Toronto F.C. and D.C. United in positions 24 and 25, respectively.
In total, MLS accumulates $11.8 billion dollars valuation distributed among the 18 teams that make up the list, being the third highest valuation per league, despite having twice as many teams as the English Premier League.
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