English football is recovering from the "Corona" pandemic... and revenues reach 5 billion pounds

Television broadcasting has contributed significantly to the increase in the revenue of the Premier League.

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Premier League clubs can "look optimistically" to the future, after new statistics from Deloitte, the world's largest professional services company, revealed that consolidated revenue rose to four billion and 900 million pounds ($5 billion and 900 million). In the first full season after the Corona pandemic.

And the 31st edition of Deloitte’s annual review of football financial conditions showed that the numbers rose by 8% in the 2020-2021 season, after falling from five billion and 200 million pounds to four billion and 500 million pounds in the previous year, following the outbreak of the virus. Corona pandemic.

Premier League revenue is expected to rise to five billion and 500 million pounds in the 2021-2022 season and then to six billion pounds the following year, exceeding pre-pandemic levels.

According to the report issued yesterday, there is a recovery in the football market at the European level, as the total revenues increased by 10% to reach 27 billion and 600 million euros, despite the almost complete absence of the fans from the stands during that period.

The increase is largely due to the increase in TV broadcasting revenue.

Revenues of the five major European leagues: the English Premier League, the German League, the Spanish League, the Italian League and the French League increased by 3% to reach 15 billion and 600 million euros.

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