September 2 – English Premier League clubs spent GBP835m ($1.4bn) on new players during the transfer window, up over 30 percent on the previous record of GBP630m set last summer. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Jan. 23 – Real Madrid top the Deloitte Football Money League for a ninth consecutive year, with Manchester United out of the top three for the first time… PSG are the biggest climbers. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
July 9 – Qatar is spending more than $200 billion in construction projects ahead of the 2022 World Cup, according to a Deloitte analysis. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
June 6 – Premier League clubs’ revenue reached a record £2.36 billion ($3.6bn) in 2011-12 and is set to top £3 billion ($4.6bn) in 2013/14 thanks to the league’s new broadcast deal. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
Sept. 1 – Premier League clubs splashed out around $786 million in the summer transfer window, a rise of $194 million on summer 2010. INSIDER’s Mark Bisson reports.
31/8/10 Analysis by INSIDER reveals that three quarters of the European transfer market’s biggest twenty moves took place outside of the English Premier League this summer… Italy join Spain and England among the big spenders again… Research shows EPL gross spending down 22 per cent, but net spending up.
With the kick off of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, the international community is not only watching the action on the pitch; they are also witnessing a South Africa that continues to emerge as a competitive 21st century economy. As outlined in Deloitte’s paper “2010 FIFA World Cup. A Turning Point for
30/4/2010 The Football League rejects the offer of an unprecedented package of solidarity and parachute payments from the Premier League… Deloitte report highlights EPL’s financial value.
2/3/2010 EPL clubs continue to dominate football’s rich list despite a significant drop in the value of sterling. The Deloitte Football Money League will be presented to the Soccerex European Forum in Manchester on Wednesday.