Brand Finance

LONDON: The failed European Super League (ESL) project has dented the brand strength of the "Dirty Dozen" founding clubs and knocked over €600 million off their total brand value, according to the latest Brand Finance Football 50 report, which ranks the top 50 most valuable and strongest football club brands in the world every year.

The ESL announcement visibly damaged the brand strength of the 12 clubs involved, causing an average decrease in their Brand Strength Index (BSI) score of -3.0 points.

Jan 15, 2021 13:01
MUMBAI: Five-time Indian Premier League champions Mumbai Indians has been provided further endorsement of its claim to being India’s leading sports club on and off the field in the latest report put out by global brand valuation agency Brand Finance.   The 2020 edition winners are the only IPL team to have grown in brand value this year, registering a 7.1% upstick at $70.3 million, according to the study.
Dec 12, 2019 21:12
LONDON: The Indian Premier League has gained momentum like never before, with the league attracting ever more fans, high profile investment and international prestige. The Twenty20 cricket tournament has seen its business value grow to an all-time high of $5.7 billion, according to the latest report by independent brand valuation and strategy consultancy Brand Finance.
May 17, 2019 16:05
LONDON: LaLiga giants Real Madrid have retaken the crown as the world’s most valuable football brand, according to the latest report by independent brand valuation consultancy Brand Finance - Football 50 2019.
Feb 28, 2019 14:02
LONDON: Sportswear giant Nike has maintained and strengthened its position as the world’s most valuable apparel brand, according to the latest report by Brand Finance. The annual report, “Brand Finance Apparel 50,” categorizes apparel, watches and jewelry brands.
Jun 13, 2018 17:06
MUMBAI: The Indian Premier League (IPL) brand is today worth $5.3 billion, representing a 37% leap in valuation from the 2017 edition, data put out by Brand Finance in its IPL 2018 ranking report reveal.  The findings from the report presented by the London-headquartered valuation company were reported Wednesday by Business Today, a day ahead of its official release.
May 10, 2018 20:05
LONDON: Premier League giants Manchester United have retained the title of the world's most valuable football club worth $1.895 billion, which is more than $300 million higher than second placed LaLiga heavyweights Real Madrid.