Off The Pitch Analysis: Everton’s matchday income keeps dropping
30 May 2019
Offthepitch.com has analysed the five latest accounts of the 13 teams consistently in the Premier League since 2014 to outline the development in matchday revenue.
Everton’s matchday revenue has decreased most of the current Premier League teams.
Moving to a bigger stadium, or just increasing capacity, as Liverpool have done, will massively grow matchday revenue.
But the cost of building a new stadium keeps piling up: “Each year the new stadium train gets faster and faster,” said one expert.
Everton are failing to keep up their matchday revenue at Goodison Park on a large scale.
The Liverpool club are far behind the top six clubs but are now also having trouble keeping up with other typical mid-table teams, such as Southampton and West Ham, an analysis of the 13 teams consistently in the Premier League over the last five years made by offthepitch.com shows.
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