- A UEFA report reveals how much money teams in Europe earn per game
- Tottenham earn more money per game than any other Premier League team
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TO UEFA report has revealed that Tottenham is the club that earns the most money per game in the Premier League.
The governing body published a financial report earlier this week and it is particularly welcome reading for the north London club.
As calculated by financial expert Kieran Maguire, Spurs earn €5.6m (£4.8m) each matchday when taking into account box office receipts and the money spent by fans at matches. while deducting how much it costs clubs to host matches.
These figures highlight the benefits Spurs have reaped from moving into their new 62,850-seat stadium in 2019, making it the largest Premier League stadium in England.
Last month it was revealed that Spurs are now the richest club in London, according to Deloitte’s Football Money League, having overtaken Arsenal and Chelsea thanks to hosting NFL matches and concerts for the likes of Beyoncé.
UEFA report reveals Tottenham earn more money per game than any other Premier League club
Under Daniel Levy, Spurs have benefited from moving to their new stadium in 2019.
The north London club earns £4.8 million per matchday according to UEFA report
The numbers show that Barcelona and PSG are the only clubs in Europe that earn more money (Original figures in euros)
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And now it has been confirmed that they also generate huge amounts of money from their home football matches.
The UEFA report analyzed clubs in Europe’s top five divisions and found that only two teams earn more money per game than Tottenham.
Spanish giants Barcelona top the rankings, earning €7.6m (£6.5m) per match, while PSG come in second as they earn €6.6m (£5.5m). £6 million) per match.
The next Premier League team on the list after Tottenham is Arsenal (£4.2m), who are in fifth place just behind Bayern Munich (£4.4m).
Manchester United and Liverpool are seventh and eighth respectively, with Real Madrid ahead in sixth.
AC Milan and Atlético Madrid complete the top 10, with three other English clubs in the top 15 when it comes to making money.
Chelsea may be struggling on the pitch under Mauricio Pochettino, but they are still 12th on the UEFA list, just one place above defending Premier League champions Manchester City in 13th.
Manchester United are only seventh on the UEFA list, behind Tottenham and Arsenal.
Liverpool are one place further back in eighth place, while Chelsea and Man City are outside the top 10.
Another London club, West Ham, is in 15th place, ahead of Serie A giants Juventus.
The UEFA report also compiled data on the most expensive squads assembled across Europe.
It found that United paid the most in transfer fees before the end of the 2023 financial year, having spent a staggering £1.2 billion – and this is without taking into account the significant figures they paid for Rasmus Hojlund, Mason Mount and Andre Onana last year. summer.
City and Chelsea moved into the top three of the Premier League, with Real Madrid in fourth place.