2019/2020 FISCAL YEAR: PREMIER LEAGUE CONTRIBUTED $10.4B TO U.K. ECONOM

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In 2019-20, the Premier league made a $10.4b economic impact on the U.K economy according to a report prepared by Ernst & Young.

London only received 28% of the economic impact while the rest was felt outside the city.

The Premier League supported 94,000 jobs, paying about $4 billion in salaries.

Premier League clubs paid $4.9b in taxes, with $2.5b going to the supply chain.

International fans traveling to Premier League games generated $602 million.

The league’s economic contribution has grown about 840% since the 1998-99 season.

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