Financial Forecast: Massive loss expected to leave Everton feeling blue

9 September 2019

Farhad Moshiri
Photo: Getty Images It could be necessary for Everton owner Farhad Moshiri to invest further in the club. Looking at the recently closed financial year of 2018/19, it’s almost inevitable that Everton will report another financial loss.

As part of our business analysis initiatives at Off The Pitch, we have analysed the major happenings in the recently closed 2018/19 financial year for all Premier League clubs.

Here are Everton's 2018/19 finances predicted.

Mads Christian Fogt Jensen, analyst mj@offthepitch.com

Looking at the recently closed financial year of 2018/19, it’s almost inevitable that Everton will report another financial loss. This year, however, on a much bigger scale than the £13 million reported pre-tax loss of 2017/18. 

The annual accounts of 2017/18 were released in March, revealing a rather turbulent year for Everton. The club recorded an all-time-high turnover of £189 million (2017: £171 million), yet had their pre-tax profit of £31 million in 2016/17 replaced by a loss of £13 million in 2017/18. 

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