The Football family is discussing the Ballon d’Or award today. Real Madrid star Luka Modric has ended 10-year dominance by Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo. However, there are questions as to whether he really deserved it. Today, as this discussion continues, we want to look at six highest-ranked Leagues in Europe by total value.
6. Liga NOS- £937.37m (Portugal)
Terminada a jornada 10 da #LEDMANLigaPro, o FC P. Ferreira recupera a liderança da prova, seguido do FC Famalicão e Estoril Praia.
Confere os resutados completos ➡️ 😀 ou 😞?#futebolcomtalento #LigaPortugal pic.twitter.com/XZiqkfiPYR
— Liga Portugal (@ligaportugal) December 4, 2018
The Portuguese League is ranked sixth on the list with a total value of £937.37m. Liga NOS has 18 clubs, 480 players with an average age of 26.5 years. The three biggest Clubs in Cristiano Ronaldo country are FC Porto, Benfica, and Sporting Lisbon.
5. Ligue 1- £2.81bn (France)
#L1Wk15 review: @PSG_English drop 1st pts of season in 2-2 w tenacious @girondins as @neymarjr went off inured; @MontpellierHSC climbed to 2nd while @RCSA handed @staderennais_en a 4-1 hammering that cost coach Sabri #Lamouchi his job: https://t.co/qedvONW189 pic.twitter.com/VrHoOPyFCR
— Ligue1 English (@Ligue1_ENG) December 3, 2018
Paris Saint-Germain has dominated the French Ligue 1 for the last couple of years. However, the division still has 20 other teams like AS Monaco, Lyon, Marseille, and Lille among others. It is valued at £2.81bn today with 547 players who average 25.5 years.
4. Bundesliga- £3.65bn (Germany)
— Bundesliga English (@Bundesliga_EN) December 4, 2018
Bayern Munich has lifted the last six Bundesliga titles in a row. However, the Bavarians did not start 2018/19 season well and Borussia Dortmund has taken full advantage. The League current value stands at £3.65bn. The division has 18 teams, 529 players with an average age of 25.4 years.