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  • Champions League round of 16 will be a clash of football’s financial giants
    The UEFA Champions League Round of 16, kicking off on 18 February, will be a battle of the world’s highest earning clubs
  • 2013/14 sets a new record for Premier League spending
    Premier League clubs spent around £130m in the January transfer window, according to analysis by the Sports Business Group at Deloitte
  • Combined revenue of top 20 Deloitte Football Money League clubs passes €5bn
    Revenue for the world’s 20 highest earning clubs reached €5.4bn last season, recording growth of over €400m (8%)
  • Premier League clubs spend a record £630m in summer transfer window
    Player transfer spending by Premier League clubs in the summer 2013 transfer window was a record, according to analysis by Deloitte. Gross spending totalled £630m, 29% up on the equivalent 2012 figure of £490m and £130m more than the previous record of £500m set in 2008.
  • Premier League clubs’ revenues increase 4%, to £2.4 billion in 2011/12, following 15% growth in commercial revenue
    Premier League clubs’ revenue reached a record £2,360m in 2011/12, according to the 22nd Annual Review of Football Finance. In total, the revenue of the top 92 clubs in English football exceeded £3 billion for the first time.
  • Eagles and Hornets just 90 minutes from £120 million Premier League promotion prize
    The Football League Championship Play-off Final on Monday 27 May will offer the biggest financial prize in world football, worth around £120 million to the winners.
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