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Sports Business Group publications

Publications and thought leadership from the Sports Business Group.

Publications

  • Deloitte Football Money League 2014: All to play for
    Now in its 17th edition, the Deloitte Football Money League profiles the highest earning clubs in the world’s most popular sport. Published just eight months after the end of the 2012/13 season, the Money League is the most contemporary and reliable analysis of the clubs’ relative financial performance.
  • Deloitte Annual Review of Football Finance 2013 – Turn on, tune in, turnover
    The Annual Review includes analysis of the business drivers and financial trends for clubs in some of the top divisions in European Football and in the top four divisions of English football, with a particular focus on Premier League and Championship clubs.
  • Economic Impact of British Racing 2013
    The Economic Impact of British Racing 2013 report assesses the economic footprint of the British Racing industry in the four years up to and including 2012, following on from previous studies the Group carried out in 2005 and 2009. The report sets out the industry’s expenditure, taxation, capital investment, employment and positions British Racing within the wider sports, leisure, rural and international racing economies.

Thought leadership

On the verge of break-even On the verge of break-even
The break-even requirement, the cornerstone of UEFA’s Financial Fair Play Regulations, will first apply to clubs in UEFA competitions for the 2013/14 season. Read our commentary from the Annual Review of Football Finance 2013 – full report.
   
Premier League clubs’ projected financial results for 2013/14 Premier League clubs’ projected financial results for 2013/14
There will be a step-change in revenue in 2013/14, with the projected increase of £600m (to £3,080m) primarily driven by the Premier League’s new broadcast deals. The big question is ‘how much of the extra £600m revenue will Premier League clubs spend on wages in 2013/14?’. Read our commentary extracted from the Annual Review of Football Finance 2013 – full report.
   
The road to compliance
The break-even requirement, the cornerstone of UEFA’s financial fair play regulations, aims to help clubs across Europe to achieve a more sustainable balance between their costs and revenues and encourages investment for the longer-term benefit of football. Read our commentary from the Annual Review of Football Finance 2012.
   
The break-even requirement
The implementation of UEFA’s financial fair play requirements is the most significant regulatory development in the recent history of European football. Read our commentary from the Annual Review of Football Finance 2011.

 

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