Borussia Dortmund
Social Following
Facebook 15 million
Instagram 7 million
Twitter 3.2 million
Worldwide fans: 22 million
Revenue: £290 million
Club value: £651 million

Borussia Dortmund is the second biggest team in Germany with league glory in 2010–11, 2011–12, however since then they have struggled to keep up with the Munich giants dud to a serious of shopping runs, as wealthier and bigger clubs have lured their talents away from the Westfalenstadion. Dortmund is well-known for its one of the best youth system in the world, producing famous players such as Christian Pulisic, Mario Götze and Marco Reus.
Currently, the club is valued at £651 million pounds; however, it is expected to increase drastically according to the rumours of big foreign investment come to pass.

Manchester City

Social Following
Facebook 37 million
Instagram 11 million
Twitter 6,7 million
Worldwide fans: 110 million
Revenue: £461 million
Club value: £1.870 billion
Thanks to its recent success and financial power, Man City is growing their fanbase and influence world wide. While Man City’s fanbase grew 523%, their rivals Man United saw a 19% drop according to a survey by Spanish newspaper Sport. Should their current success continues, it is only a matter of time until Manchester City claims their position on the top 3 spot on the global stage.

Paris Saint-Germain

Social Following
Facebook 36 million
Instagram 19.6 million
Twitter 6.8 million
Worldwide fans: 35 million
Revenue: £425 million
Club value: £990 million
The only French team to make the list, PSG was only founded in 1970. The club has a rich history stretching back to the start of the century. Since then, they have been receiving big attention from both the public and investment. The most recent Qatar sports investment help raise the club to a new stage with attracting signings with Zlatan Ibrahimović which help PSG successfully attain four league titles, three Coupe de France, four Coupe de la Ligue and five Trophée des Champions titles.
The current force of the club appears to be a fierce front with 3 talents, the Uruguayan striker Edinson Cavani, the Brazilian Neymar and the young Frenchman Kylian Mbappé. Of three, Neymar and Kylian Mbappé alone cost of £406 million, which have drawn lots of doubts from the international football community with regards to sustainability. But as it turns out, there is no denying that PSG’s goals of becoming a world superpower has become real with the recent world cup championship title. At a value of £990 million and 35 million fans worldwide, many believe that the club is far undervalued in comparison to its potential. Should PSG continues on this path, a Champions League Title might soon head towards France in the near future.