7 Owners of the Richest Football Club in the World

Paris Saint-Germain is considered to be one of the richest clubs in the world. However, PSG owner Nasser Al-Khelaifi is not included in the 7 richest club owners in the world.

Not all of the richest club owners in the world are a reflection of the clubs they own have the title of rich clubs, such as the owner of RB Leipzig Dietrich Mateschitz or Dietmar Hopp who is the owner of Hoffenheim.

Based on Sport Mob data, here is a list of the 7 richest club owners in the world:

1. Stan Kroenke (Arsenal) US $ 8.3 billion

Kroenke is a businessman from the United States who owns many sports clubs. Apart from being the owner of Arsenal, the 73-year-old businessman also owns Colorado Rapids in the US League (MLS). Kroenke also owns the Los Angeles Rams (NFL) and the Denver Nuggets (NBA).

2. Philip Anschutz (LA Galaxy) US $ 10.1 billion

The 81-year-old entrepreneur from the US has owned many MLS clubs, from the Chicago Fire, Colorado Rapids, DC United, to the Houston Dynamo. However, currently Anschutz is only the owner of LA Galaxy.

3. Roman Abramovich (Chelsea) US $ 12.5 billion

Abramovich rocked European football in 2003 when he bought Chelsea. Under the Russian businessman, Chelsea was transformed into one of the big clubs in England and Europe.

4. Dietmar Hopp (Hoffenheim) US $ 18.5 billion

The boss of the SAP software company saved Hoffenheim from bankruptcy in the early 1990s. Hopp is a Hoffenheim supporter and even played as a junior player.

5. Andrea Agnelli (Juventus) US $ 19.1 billion

Apart from being the owner of Juventus, Andrea Agnelli is also the boss of FIAT and Exor. Andrea Agnelli has been president of Juventus since 2010.

6. Dietrich Mateschitz (RB Leipzig) US $ 26.9 billion

Mateschitz is an Austrian businessman and owner of the energy drink company Red Bull. Apart from being the owner of RB Leipzig and RB Salzburg, Mateschitz also owns many F1 sports and ice hockey teams.

7. Sheikh Mansour (Manchester City) US $ 30 billion

Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan is a member of the United Arab Emirates Kingdom. Sheikh Mansour is currently also the Deputy Prime Minister of the UAE. Sheikh Mansour bought Man City in September 2008.

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