2020 proved to be a difficult year for most industries, and the sporting world was one of the most visibly hit. Sporting leagues across the globe was essentially halted as the pandemic spread to even the most developed countries. Eventually, major sporting leagues were able to restart in “new normal” conditions in order to mitigate the financial impacts of the pandemic.
Nevertheless, the financial repercussions of the pandemic are clear to see in the latest study of football’s biggest clubs’ revenue numbers from the 2019-2020 season. Data presented by Safe Betting Sites breaks down the revenue streams of the Premier League’s traditional ‘Top Six’ and how 2020’s pandemic hit season compared to the seasons prior.
Manchester Utd Highest Revenue of 2019-2020 Despite 20% Decrease from 2019
Manchester United registered the highest revenue from the 2019-2020 season out of Premier League (PL) Clubs and the fourth overall in world football. The Red Devils earned €580.4M in…
Source: Complete Sports