Top Shirt Sponsorship Deals In Europe Revealed: Man United Top, Arsenal On Eight

Shirt sponsorship deals can often generate high income for football clubs. Clubs across Europe seek the biggest brands to feature on their jerseys, with the likes of Emirates, Gazprom, Volkswagen or Etihad present on the kits of the continent's biggest clubs.
A recent study on the biggest football sponsorship deals in Europe's top five leagues has revealed that Manchester United's deal with Chevrolet is the most profitable one (71 million euros/ 30 billion naira per-year). 

The top earner from Italy is AC Milan with an agreement with Emirates worth 18.5 million euros (7.6 billion naira) per season, while Sassuolo is a surprise presence in the top 20 with earnings as high as 18 million euros (7 billion naira) from Mapei.

Unsurprisingly, the biggest earners are in England and Spain, while clubs in Italy, as foreshadowed above, earn significantly less from sponsorship deals.

See the top 20 biggest shirt sponsorship deals across Europe's top five league competitions:

1. Manchester United (Chevrolet) - 71.1 million euros/28.7 billion naira. 

2. Real Madrid (Emirates) - 70 million  euros/28 billion naira.

 3. Barcelona (Rakuten) - 55 million euros/22 billion naira.

 4. Man City (Etihad) - 45.9 million euros/19 billion naira.

 5. Bayern (T-Mobile) - 42 million euros/ 18.9 billion naira.

 6. Chelsea (Yokohama) - 36.7 million euros/14 billion naira.

 7. Liverpool (Standard Chartered) - 32.1 million euros/13.9 billion naira.

 8. Arsenal (Emirates) - 31 million euros/ 13 billion naira.

 9. Tottenham (AIA) - 28.7 million euros/11.6 billion naira.

 10. PSG (Emirates) - 25 million euros/ 10.1 billion naira

 11. Schalke 04 (Gazprom) - 22 million euros/ 9.7 billion naira

 12. Wolfsburg (Volkswagen) - 20 million euros/ 8 billion naira.

 13. AC Milan (Emirates) - 18.5 million  euros/ 7.5 billion naira.

 14. Sassuolo (Mapei) - 18 million euros/7.2 billion naira.

 15. Borussia Dortmund (Evonik) - 17 million euros/ 6.8 billion naira

16. Juventus (Jeep) - 17 million euros/ 6.8 billion naira.

17. Roma (Qatar Airways) - 15.2 million euros/6 billion naira.

18. Atletico Madrid (Plus500) - 12 million euros/4.9 billion naira. 

19. West Ham (betway) - 11.5 million euros/4.6 billion naira.

20. Inter (Pirelli) - 10 million euros/4 billion naira.

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