Manchester United Top Premier League Revenue Table For 2017-18 [See Full Table]
The money is said to be the revenue received from the Premier League during the 2017-18 campaign.
Sky Sports reports that while United’s total revenue came in at £149,767,145, just over £300,000 more than title winners Manchester City, while bottom side West Brom also received the least revenue, albeit still securing £94,666,492.
It was gathered each club received the same lump sum of just over £80.4m from the Premier League’s domestic and international television deals, plus their central commercial revenues.
But the differences came from the facility fees and merit payments; based on how many times each team was shown on television and their final position in the table.
Below is the full Premier League 2017-18 revenue table:
|Revenue in £|
|West Ham United||116,094,523|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||107,712,470|
|West Bromwich Albion||94,666,492|
Based on reports, the English Premier League football generates an estimated £3.3bn per year in taxes for the UK Government, a figure based on end-of-year 2016-17 figures.