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

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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 nielson@offthepitch.com

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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