Deloitte in sport

Deloitte are the market leading professional services firm in sport with a specialist, global Sports Business Group dedicated to providing the highest level of service bringing strategic, commercial, financial, regulatory, taxation and general business knowledge to assist their clients.

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Helping our people to follow their passions

Alex Bosshardt, a manager in the firm’s sports business group, has been involved in tennis from a young age and began officiating through the Junior Player programme set up by the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA).

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Our recent work in sport

Take a look at some of the work we have done within the sports industry.

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Premier League clubs generated a combined pre-tax profit of £190m in 2013/14. The first pre-tax profit in 15 years, the figure is almost four times greater than the previous record of £49m set in 1997/98. This is in sharp contrast to the £2.6 billion of pre-tax losses accumulated over the previous decade.

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Sports Business Services

Deloitte Sports Business Group has the experts, services and experience to help organisations and businesses in the sports industry go forward. 

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People make Deloitte one of the best places to work, to learn, to grow. We offer inspiring work to students and experienced professionals across Audit, Tax, Corporate Finance, Consulting and Technology.

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Meet the Deloitte Sports Business Group

An overview of the people in the team and what they do.

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Cherries ripe for the biggest prize in world football

On Saturday AFC Bournemouth will secure promotion to the top flight of English football for the first time in their 125 year history and guarantee a revenue uplift of at least £130 million. This figure would rise to around £230 million should the Cherries maintain their Premier League status in the first season, allowing them to benefit from the new broadcast deals which commence in 2016/17.