Manchester City, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and other European clubs have dominated the new World clubs ranking by Football database.
Liverpool amassed 1,900 points at number six, Arsenal with 1,871 points at number seven, FC Porto sat at number eight with 1,869 points, Barcelona at number nine with 1,865 points and Atletico Madrid with 1,850 points at number 10.
Meanwhile, Newcastle and Manchester United maintained 16th and 17th with 1,819 and 1,811 respectively.
Also in the list, Egypt’s Ah-Ahly and Nigeria’s Kano Pillars football clubs are ahead of Lionel Messi’s new club, Inter Miami in the new Football database ranking.
Al-Ahly is the leading African club in the ranking with 1703 points in the 50th position. Nigeria’s Kano Pillars was number 728 with 1,390 points.
Messi’s Inter Miami was on number 1,538 with 1,294 points.
The seventh-time Balon D’or winner moved to Miami after leaving French champions Paris Saint-Germain following two seasons at the club and has signed a contract through the end of the 2025 MLS season.