Barcelona have claimed top spot in the Deloitte Money League for the first time, overtaking Real Madrid at the summit.
The Deloitte Money League ranks clubs around the world based on their revenue generation.
The 23rd edition of the table was released on Monday, and it makes for positive reading for those of a Blaugrana persuasion.
Barcelona occupy first place based on figures for the 2018/19 season, in which they made €840.8m - and became the first club to post numbers in excess of €800m.
Deloitte credited the club's decision to bring control of merchandising and licensing activities in-house, a change which allowed the La Liga champions to increase revenue.
Real Madrid fell to second after generating €757.3m in the period covered, with Manchester United in third on €711.5m.