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Annual Review of Football Finance 2019
World in motion
The 28th edition of our report reflects the continued revenue growth of English Football’s Premier League and Football League and their contribution to overall revenues in the European football market reaching record levels in the 2017/18 football season.
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This edition chronicles the ever fluid football finance landscape, the Championship clubs’ gambling to reach the top and the strenuous and creative efforts of other European football leagues to narrow the gap to the Premier League. It also includes our own insights into improving strategy and governance in the business of sport.
Get the whole picture in the full report, available to download for free. To discuss this year’s analysis and predictions, and the impact they have on your business, get in touch with the team today.
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