The nation’s favourite sport is absolutely raking it in – and the amount of money it makes is accelerating at an astonishing amount.
Premier League clubs saw record revenues of a combined £3.2bn in the 2013/14 season – the first time the Premier League has ever broken through the £3bn mark.
In the 2012/13 season, revenues exceeded £2.5bn.
And it is only four years since the Premier League hit then-record £2bn.
The Premier League is the most valuable European league, the latest Deloitte Annual Review of Football Finance has found.
In second place is Germany’s Bundesliga, then Spain’s La Liga.
The research also found that Premier League players’ wages have exceeded £2.2bn.
Read the full report on the 2012/13 season here.