Chelsea Financial Overview

Chelsea Revenue £320 million (3rd, among English Teams and 7th Overall)

Revenue Breakdown

Broadcasting Revenue £140 million

Commercial Reveneu £109 million

Match Day Revenue £71 million

2013/14 commercial revenues

Bayern Munich – £228.9m
Real Madrid – £190.5m
Manchester United – £189.3m
Manchester City – £165.8m
Barcelona – £132.6m
Chelsea – £109m
Borussia Dortmund – £108.9m
Arsenal – £77.1m
Atletico Madrid – £29.2m
Everton – £12.7m

Wage Bill (3rd Highest in EPL, lower than City)

Chelsea’s wage bill went up £14m, to £190.6m. This is Chelsea’s highest-ever wage bill, just beating out 2010/11, but it’s important to note that Chelsea’s wage to turnover ratio is (60%)at its lowest in many, many years.

Wage bill through the years

2013/14 – £190.6m

2012/13 – £176.6m

2011/12 – £171m

2010/11 – £189.5m

2009/10 – £172.5m

2008/09 – £165.6m

50% is considered excellent, and the European Club Association recommends a maximum ratio of 70%. Here’s some perspective on how Chelsea’s ratio compares to its domestic and European rivals:

Wage to turnover ratios (2013/14)

Juventus – 66%

AC Milan – 61%

Chelsea – 60%

Manchester City – 59%

Arsenal – 56%

Barcelona – 51%

Manchester United – 50%

Real Madrid – 45%

Bayern Munich – 44%

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