Leicester City are among the game's top earners after being ranked the 14th highest revenue generating club in world football.
Manchester United lead the way at the top of the list but Leicester have moved their way into the top 20 and sit just above Serie A giants Inter Milan in the rankings.
The Foxes, up from 20th position in the rankings last year, are now only just behind La Liga outfit Atletico Madrid (£234.2m) and are the highest-ranked Premier League side outside of the 'big six'.
An impressive 82% of Leicester’s revenue last season came from TV broadcast revenue, while just 7% was from match days.
That figure was also inflated by the East Midlands side's run in the Champions League, which saw the Foxes manage to reach the quarter-final stage of the competition before being knocked out by Atletico.