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Executive summary 2, The growth of the Premier League 4. The economic contribution 6, From local to global 10. Supporting the wider game 14, Community initiatives 18. Introduction, This report explores the economic and. social contribution of the Premier League, and its Clubs to the UK It is an independent.
EY study which has been commissioned, by the Premier League The report focuses. largely on the 2016 17 season and includes, evidence of how the League s impacts have. evolved over time, The Premier League is the elite professional. league for English and Welsh football, consisting of 20 Clubs and 1 500 registered. professional players, Disclaimer, This Report was prepared by Ernst Young LLP for The Football Association Premier League Limited Premier League using information provided by.
the Premier League and other publicly available data. Ernst Young LLP does not accept or assume any responsibility in respect of the Report to any readers of the Report Third Parties other than the. Premier League To the fullest extent permitted by law Ernst Young LLP will accept no liability in respect of the Report to any Third Parties Should any. Third Parties choose to rely on the Report then they do so at their own risk. Ernst Young LLP has not been instructed by its client Premier League to respond to queries or requests for information from any Third Party and. Ernst Young LLP shall not respond to such queries or requests for information Further Ernst Young LLP is not instructed by the Premier League to. update the Report for subsequent events or additional work if any performed by Ernst Young LLP Accordingly without prejudice to the generality of. the foregoing Ernst Young LLP accepts no responsibility to any Third Party to update the Report for such matters. Ernst Young LLP reserves all rights in the Report, Premier League Economic and social impact 1. Premier League football, generates a wide, range of economic and. social returns, Since its inception in the, 1992 93 season the. Premier League and its, Clubs the League have, achieved considerable success. establishing a strong global, reputation for high quality.
and entertaining football, This is evidenced by the. Premier League consistently, achieving the highest stadium. utilisation figures of any major, European League along. with substantial growth in, broadcasting revenue, 2007 08 96 5 stadium. the last time the winning utilisation the highest, club retained the title rate in Europe.
the following season, 43m people, 520 000 watched the Premier. season ticket holders League on TV in the UK, One billion homes globally had access to. Premier League coverage, 2 Premier League Economic and social impact. Economic benefits From local to global, The Premier League and its Clubs generate impacts in a variety The Premier League is a globally recognised brand built upon. of ways This ranges from the people they employ to the high quality football The League s global success feeds into. community work they undertake as well as the tourism activity its capacity to generate economic and social returns within. they encourage and platforms they provide to towns cities and the UK. business to engage with the rest of the world, The strength of the Premier League broadcast offering.
which is based on a committed global fanbase is key to its. success In turn the Premier League has become an active. member of the global community presenting political and. commercial opportunities for the UK, 3 3bn 100 000 7 6bn. Taxes paid 1, Jobs supported GVA impact2, 1 1bn 686 000. Broadcast International, exports 2016 visitors, Supporting the Community initiatives. wider game The Premier League delivers and supports a wide. range of community programmes that aim to promote, Premier League support for the wider game extends across improvements in schools and communities through sport. the football pyramid and communities in England and and education. Wales including all levels of the EFL and into non League Funding for these programmes has risen substantially as. and community football Parachute or solidarity payments the League has realised greater success This has provided. linked to Premier League broadcast revenues go to all 72 life changing opportunities to thousands of individuals. EFL clubs as well as further funding for their Academies In 2016 17 alone over 500 000 young people took part in. The Premier League supports the Football Foundation to Premier League funded programmes Community football. build community football facilities and the Football Stadia facilities delivered via the Football Foundation also saw. Improvement Fund which issues grants to clubs down to over one million people participate regularly. lower levels of the FA National League System, 350m 92 747 150 15 442.
Financial support Academies across Artificial grass Football clubs Primary schools. provided to the the football pyramid pitches built for supported to engaged in. wider football are supported by community football deliver community 2017 185 through. pyramid the League s EPPP3 to date4 programmes Premier League. Primary Stars, Unless otherwise stated all statistics on both pages relate to 2016 17. Gross Value Added GVA is a measure of economic activity which can be viewed as the incremental contribution to Gross Domestic Product GDP It therefore provides a. useful measure for understanding the economic contribution made by particular industries or businesses such as the Premier League and its Clubs. Elite Player Performance Programme, Delivered via the Football Foundation figures correct to Oct 2018. Compared to 20 925 primary schools across the UK in 2016 17 according to the British Education Suppliers Association https www besa org uk key uk education. statistics, Premier League Economic and social impact 3. The growth of the, Premier League, Football is of considerable social cultural and economic significance. to the UK football has often been seen as a universal language. which has the ability to inspire and engage communities During the. football season hundreds of thousands of fans travel the country. to follow their team whilst millions more watch live games and. highlights on television and increasingly online, At the pinnacle of the English football pyramid the activities of the.
Premier League affect all aspects of the game from supporting the. ability of Premier League teams to compete with the best in Europe. to encouraging participation in school and community football. Premier League success is part of a cycle of growth. Delivering high quality football is crucial to the success of the League and is at the core of its activities This drives engagement with fans. and therefore supports commercial performance In turn this allows the League to invest in the future of the game to ensure competitive. and engaging football is delivered to fans for years to come The cycle of growth below summarises this process using data examples. from this report, Delivering a vibrant and, engaging competition that. resonates with fans, 97 stadium utilisation, 1 3bn fans globally. High quality, All Premier League Clubs enhancing, accessibility for disabled people. 3 752 community pitches, I invest d, funded since 2000. Converting interest into, Commercial, commercial success and.
sustainable growth, Investing in stadia, facilities and future. footballing talent 2 8bn broadcast revenues, Distribute 18 profitable Clubs in 2016 17. 1 6 1 distribution ratio, for central revenues6, 150 Community organisations Supporting wider. supported across the Premier football communities, League EFL and National League. and society, he highest earning Club received 1 6 times the amount received by the lowest earning Club in 2016 17 In 2018 this ratio was fixed at 1 8 1 Compared to a ratio of 3 7 1 in.
La Liga and 3 2 1 in the Bundesliga, 4 Premier League Economic and social impact. Full stadiums engaged fans and world class talent, Since its inception in the 1992 93 season the Premier League has achieved considerable success and is now widely regarded as the. most popular football league in the world, Stadium utilisation of major European leagues 2016 17. 90 100 During the 25 seasons since it was formed 49 different clubs have. 80 90 participated in the Premier League with six different Clubs being. Average capacity 000s, crowned champions Premier League stadiums have the highest. Utilisation, 71 6 60 utilisation rates of the major European football leagues expressed.
50 as the percentage sold of the overall available tickets. 30 30 In 2016 17 Premier League grounds operated at close to full. 20 20 capacity with a new record average utilisation across 380 matches. 10 10 of 96 5 compared to 93 3 in the Bundesliga from 306. Premier Bundesliga La Liga Ligue 1 Serie A matches. Domestic football leagues with the most players at the. Average per match Average Utilisation, attendances capacity 2018 FIFA World Cup. Source Premier League Premier League, La Liga 78, The League regularly has more players represented in Spain. international tournaments than any other league for example Bundesliga 62. at the 2018 FIFA World Cup 108 of the 736 players selected Germany. by the competing national teams were Premier League players Serie A 58. 38 more than from La Liga The four nations in the semi finals of Italy. the competition were all European and 39 of the 91 players were Ligue 1. from Premier League Clubs including 23 from the England team. Source Various, Premier League ticketing, Premier League Clubs have taken a range of steps to reward. loyal fans and promote the match day experience to fans of all. ages This ensures that Clubs have an engaged sustainable. fan base who generate the match day atmosphere, Clubs make tickets available at different price points and offer. a variety of discounts including loyalty reward schemes and. age based concessions In addition many Clubs opt to freeze. their ticket prices from season to season The system of. discounts means that more than half of attending supporters. pay less than the full listed price, In 2018 19 the average mean price paid for a ticket across 800 000 520 000 26.
Total seating Season tickets Of tickets, all Premier League Clubs is 31 per match including season capacity purchased at. tickets calculated at a per match price a quarter of fans pay 20 or less. 20 or less For junior ticket holders the average cost is 12. per match For away fans specifically the League has placed a. 30 cap on away ticket prices in recognition of their loyalty a. three season agreement in place since 2016 17 The average. away ticket price is 28 in 2018 19 31 12, Source Premier League EY analysis. Average ticket Average junior, price ticket price, Premier League Economic and social impact 5. The Premier League s, economic contribution, The popularity of Premier League football drives substantial. economic activity across the UK This is supported by the commercial. relationships and supply chains that underpin the League the visitor. economy it sustains and the fiscal contributions it makes This. section explores this contribution including the economic returns. generated at the national and regional level, 2 8bn 686 000.
international, visitor trips, Premier League, Vis international. matchday ito, revenues e visitor spending, Drivers of impact7 con. Club and Premier League operations Delivering, contribute to economic activity across Premier League. the UK 1 5bn football 811 000, The chart opposite highlights some of Commercial Domestic away. other revenues fans visitor, the key statistics which feed into the.
economic impact analysis Im, diate impac, These interactions between the. League and the wider economy 1 7bn 1 1bn, drive considerable economic spent in League. activity These can be captured supply chains 12 400 tax contributions. from players, through direct impacts which FTE direct. take place within the League employees of the, itself such as Club employment Clubs. indirect impacts through the, League s supply chains and.
induced impacts which are, driven by the employment income Clubs have made continued investment in their stadium facilities This ranges from. supported by the League and its entirely new facilities to upgrades including new stands refurbishments and improved. supply chain accessibility and facilities for disabled people Stadium development represents a. substantial programme of private sector capital investment. EY figures based on analysis of Premier League information UK national accounts data and various other sources. 6 Premier League Economic and social impact, 3 3 billion generated in tax revenues Total fiscal impact of the League 2016 17 billions. The economic activity stimulated by the League resulted in an. estimated 3 3 billion total contribution to the Exchequer in. 2016 17 This represents a 50 increase since 2013 14 Of the. total contribution 2 1 billion was a direct impact of the League 3. itself with the remainder raised through activity supported 1 3. indirectly by the League, This 3 3 billion is a substantial contribution to the UK s public 2. finances Based on current estimates of hiring and recruitment 3 3. Premier League Economic and social impact 3 1 Unless otherwise stated all statistics on both pages relate to 2016 17 2 Gross Value Added GVA is a measure of economic activity which can be viewed as the incremental contribution to Gross Domestic Product GDP

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