Forbes Lists The World’s Most Valuable Football Team (See Full List)

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Forbes has ranked Real Madrid as the most valuable football team globally, with a staggering value of $6.6 billion.

The Los Blancos, champions of La Liga, are set to compete against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League final on June 1 at Wembley, surpassing Premier League powerhouse Manchester United in value.

Real Madrid’s long-standing rivals, Barcelona, are the third most valuable football club at $5.6 billion, as reported by Forbes.

Here are the top ten most valuable teams in the world:
1. $6.6 billion Real Madrid
2. $6.55 billion Manchester United
3. $5.6 billion Barcelona
4. $5.37 billion Liverpool
5. $5.1 billion Manchester City
6. $5 billion Bayern Munich
7. $4.4 billion Paris Saint-Germain
8. $3.2 billion Tottenham Hotspur
9. $3.1 billion Chelsea
10. $2.6 billion Arsenal
In other news, Finidi George, a former Super Eagles winger and assistant to ex-coach Jose Santos Peseiro, has been appointed as the new head coach of the Super Eagles by the Nigeria Football Federation.The NFF Board approved the recommendation of its Technical and Development Committee to entrust the 52-year-old former Ajax Amsterdam and Real Betis forward with the position.

George had previously served as an interim coach following Peseiro’s departure after the Super Eagles’ successful run to the final of the 2023 Africa Cup of Nations in Cote d’Ivoire.

In his interim role, George led the team to a 2-1 victory against Ghana, ending an 18-year winless streak, before suffering a 0-2 loss to Mali in friendly matches held in Morocco last month.

“George, a member of the so-styled ‘Golden Generation’ that won the 1994 Africa Cup of Nations tournament in Tunisia and emerged as the second most entertaining team in Nigeria’s debut at the FIFA World Cup finals in USA the same year, won 62 caps for Nigeria, including featuring at the 1994 and 1998 FIFA World Cup finals,” the NFF statement read.

Reflecting on his remarkable playing career, the announcement highlighted George’s accomplishments, which encompass “gold, silver, and bronze medals from the 1992, 1994, 2000, and 2002 AFCON tournaments.”

One of George’s standout moments occurred when he “provided an assist to Rashidi Yekini (may he rest in peace) for Nigeria’s first-ever FIFA World Cup goal against Bulgaria in Dallas, USA on 19th June 1994,” as stated.

The new head coach of the Super Eagles will have an immediate challenge in leading the team to success in two crucial 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying matches against South Africa and the Benin Republic in Uyo and Abidjan, respectively, over the next five weeks.

The NFF announcement underscored that “the matches are must-win games, with the Super Eagles currently trailing in third place in Group C of the African campaign behind Rwanda and South Africa.”

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