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SEVILLA RANK AMONGST 30 MOST VALUABLE CLUBS IN EUROPE AFTER 21% GROWTH

The Nervión Club, with a value of 316 million euros, boasts another year in the elite of the most prestigious report on Club value in football - carried out auditing firm KPGM. Sevilla ranked as the 28th most valuable team in Europe, having grown the 6th most of any side

Sevilla FC have secured another season amongst the 30 most valuable clubs in Europe, according to KPMG's prestigious 'The European Elite' report. The prestigious auditing firm carried out an exhaustive analysis of every European club's profit, television income, popularity, sporting value and stadium value (amongst many other variables) also taking the 15/16 and 16/17 seasons into account.

Sevilla FC came in with a value of 316 million euros, making it the 28th most valuable club in Europe. Manchester United - Sevilla's last-16 victims in the Champions League this season - topped the rankings, with a value of approximately 3.25 billion euros. Coming up against a team with a value ten times their own did not stop Sevilla making history by reaching their first Champions League quarter-final in 60 years.

Coming up against a team with a value ten times their own did not stop Sevilla making history by reaching their first Champions League quarter-final in 60 years

The rankings make Sevilla the fifth most valuable club in Spain. Only Real Madrid (€2.9 billion), FC Barcelona (€2.78 billion), Atlético Madrid (€900 million) and Athletic Club (€331 million) outrank the Nervionenses. Closest behind Sevilla sit Valencia in 32nd place, boasting a value of €239 million following this season's Champions League qualification. 

Only Real Madrid (€2.9 billion), FC Barcelona (€2.78 billion), Atlético Madrid (€900 million) and Athletic Club (€331 million) outrank the Nervionenses in Spain

Sevilla have grown a reported 55 million euros since the 2017 report, representing a 21% growth. Only Besiktas (51%), Lyon (35%), Leicester (29%), Tottenham, and Napoli (both 27%) claim higher rates of growth, making Sevilla the team with the 6th highest growth this year.

Six La Liga teams feature in the KPGM report, the same number as Serie A, though three behind the Premier League's nine. For their parts, the German, French and Turkish leagues all boast three teams, while the Dutch and Portuguese leagues feature just once each. 

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