Report: Figures show Spurs £250m revenue growth is outpacing all other English teams

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Daniel Levy

Tottenham may be struggling to get results on the pitch at the moment but their financial results off the pitch seem to be getting better and better with each passing season.

Figures sourced by Swiss Ramble (as relayed by Football.London) reveal that the club has recorded the highest revenue growth of any English club in the past three years.

Tottenham’s revenue grew from £210 million in 2016 to £459 million in 2019 – a staggering £250 million or 119 per cent revenue growth over just three years.

That figure is even higher than the growth of the Champions League winners Liverpool (£231million) in the same period and considerably higher than the next biggest-grower on the list Manchester City (£143million).

Tottenham’s growth comfortably outstrips that of Chelsea (£118million), Manchester United (£112million), and Arsenal (£44million).

Although the Lilywhites’ revenue is growing at a faster pace than their rivals, their total revenue of £459 million still lags behind Manchester United (£627 million), Manchester City (£535million), and Liverpool (£533million).

However, their 2019 figure placed them ahead of their London rivals Chelsea (£459million) and Arsenal (£395million) for the first time in years.

Spurs Web Opinion

The increased matchday revenue due to the new stadium and our consistent performances in the Champions League have certainly helped boost our figures. This shows how vital it is to continue qualifying for the Champions League regularly if we wish to compete with the other big guns. Just a few years out of the competition has seen Arsenal’s revenue take a nosedive.

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  1. Yes but watch Levy wind in the spending this summer with no CL. We will finish somewhere in the 9th to 11th place bracket. Levy is so short sighted and instead of spending he will do the opposite resulting in wolves overtaking us. Kane, dele, son, lamela and moura will all leave for better things.

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