After one season in the Premier League: Wolves' financial report shows they are on par with most top-flight clubs outside the "Big Six"

18 February 2020

Photo: PA Images The club's pre-tax profit stood at £20 million, up from a loss of £57.2 million the year before.

Wolverhampton have surpassed a number of Premier League clubs on several key financial indicators after just a year in the English top flight.

Lucrative sponsorship agreements have contributed to a significant increase in commercial income.

The club's matchday income also increased, but remains among the lowest in the league.

With a run in the Europa League, Wolves' financial position is expected to strengthen still further this season.

Emil Gjerding Nielson

Wolverhampton Wanderers' annual accounts for last year reveal their business grew impressively in the club's first season back in the Premier League, meaning that - "Big Six" aside - they are now on par with most clubs. 

Last year saw Wolves finish seventh, thereby qualifying for the Europa League.

The aim for the group is to establish themselves as a strong contender for qualification to European club competition

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