Premier League current 20 clubs are worth a combined £8.5 Billion and they are only going to get richer with new TV deal coming into play starting with 2016-17 season. Here is the breakdown how all 20 clubs are worth.
The year United won the treble back in 1998-99 season all 20 premier league clubs were worth around £1.5 billion where United were not only the richest club in England but also in the world with total value of around £623 million. Fast forward 16 years and heading into the 2015-16 season all current 20 premier league clubs has reached a combine value of £8.5 Billion according to recent financial survey which used a formula yearly income, potential earning power, total assets and how profitable the club is.
United are now third richest club in the world behind FC Barcelona and Real Madrid but there are 8 premier league clubs in the top 20 richest list which goes to show that how powerful the premier league is becoming. Newly promoted side FC Bournemouth is now worth £105 million and this is there very first season in Premier League. Manchester United is still the most valuable club in England with value over £1.82 billion while Arsenal, Chelsea and City are close second, third and fourth on the value table. Simply being part of premier league adds another £60m-plus to the clubs value as we can see with AFC Bournemouth worth getting beyond £100 million mark and they have just played 1 premier league game so far.
Premier League clubs are set to become even richer starting with 2016-17 season when the new TV deal kicks-in where the side finishing at the bottom of the table will get minimum of £100 million in prize money and tv share and the winners will pocket upwards of £150 million a season.
We take a look at all premier league clubs current value using the formula based on income, assets, profitability, Marketability and fanbase.
|1||Manchester United||£1.85 billion|
|3||Man City||£907 million|
|8||Newcastle United||£221 million|
|10||West Ham||£215 million|
|11||Stoke City||£192 million|
|12||Crystal Palace||£186 million|
|13||Swansea City||£183 million|
|14||West Bromwich Albion||£175 million
|15||Norwich City||£166 million|
|16||Aston Villa||£165 million|
|18||Leicester City||£133 million|
|20||AFC Bournemouth||£105 million|