For the seventh consecutive year, Manchester United is the world’s richest soccer teamwith a value of $1.86 billion, according to Forbes magazine.

Real Madrid ($1.45 billion) and Arsenal ($1.19 billion) remained second and third, respectively, while Bayern Munich ($1.04 billion) enjoyed a 6 percent increase to surpass Barcelona ($975 million), which experienced a 2 percent drop.

This Forbes soccer link includes the complete list of rich clubs and players, as well as stories about the business of soccer and a profile of Stan Kroenke, Arsenal’s majority shareholder and Colorado Rapids owner.