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#ManchesterUnited’s long-standing relationship with Chevrolet, at £64 million, is the most lucrative shirt sponsorship deal in the Premier League. From the US automotive brand’s perspective, the agreement looks less attractive in view of #MUFC’s brand value declining since 2018
@utdxtra @utdarena @fcbusiness @utdreport @sistoney67 @MUFR_ @MUnitedFR @FlexUTD @UnitedPeoplesTV #ManUnited is the Premier League club most often perceived as having a rich heritage and history, coming behind only the top Spanish clubs and #Bayern Munich.
These factors are the driving force behind the rewarding partnerships that the brand attracts – at first look Chevrolet
@utdxtra @utdarena @fcbusiness @utdreport @sistoney67 @MUFR_ @MUnitedFR @FlexUTD @UnitedPeoplesTV seems an unusual sponsor, considering its target markets compared to the markets that Manchester United gives access to – but it is the associations with globally recognised heritage that makes the #sponsorship worthwhile. The role that shirt sponsorships can play for commercial
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One of PL's £1bn games (£1.082bn) in combined club revenues. #LFC doing rather better in profit terms over latest 5yr (14-18) of accounts than #MUFC (15-19). #Liverpool's financial improvement under FSG ownership and #ManUnited's declining cumulative economic profit trend #MUNLIV
@fcbusiness @utdarena @utdxtra @MUFR_ @ManDevilsUtd @MUnitedFR @FalseFMatt @DrRob_Wilson @Lasciencedufoot @vysyble #LFC's position may improve further following successful 18-19 UCL campaign. Third graphic shows comparative (and latest) revenue and economic profit profiles. #ManchesterUnited runs 2014-19, #Liverpool runs 2014-2018 #MANLIV #MUNLIV #MUFCLIV #SportBusiness
@fcbusiness @utdarena @utdxtra @MUFR_ @ManDevilsUtd @MUnitedFR @FalseFMatt @DrRob_Wilson @Lasciencedufoot @vysyble Last month, #ManUnited, which for many years has been among the world’s highest earning clubs, projected that revenues would be £560m-£580m this season, the first fall in income for more than a decade
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#ManCity incurred the highest injury costs in 18-19, spending £26.3m on injured players. #ManUnited suffered more injuries than any other club - 63 (spent £25.2m losing 1,238 days/injury). Looking across TOP6, #Arsenal lost by far the most days through injury 1,771 (cost £24.2m)
@fcbusiness @utdarena @utdxtra @SuperbiaProeIia @PrestwichBlue @utdreport @OsmanZtheGooner @ltarsenal @FootballLaw @Matt5cott The Football Injury Index 2019, which is produced by Marsh JLT Specialty, asserts that the cost of injuries to #PremierLeague clubs reached a record £221m in 18-19, a 3% rise on the 17-18 season. The 20 PL clubs had a total of 764 football injuries the most in the last eight yrs
@fcbusiness @utdarena @utdxtra @SuperbiaProeIia @PrestwichBlue @utdreport @OsmanZtheGooner @ltarsenal @FootballLaw @Matt5cott The TOP 6 clubs in Marsh’s analysis account for 54% of the costs. The TOP6 have experienced an average 48% increase in salaries paid to injured players since 2016, with #Tottenham Hotspur particularly affected, seeing costs rise by 110% in the last three years #SportBusiness
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#PremierLeague clubs have generated a record £349.1m from shirt sponsorship deals ahead of the 19/20 season. #ManUnited will earn the most money - up to £64m-a-yr. Second placed #ManCity will settle for just £45m from Etihad. #Arsenal, #Chelsea & #Liverpool will get £40m per year
The #ManchesterUnited deal with Chevrolet (the brand of General Motors) was worth £47 million at the time of signing. After the current exchange rate is £64 million (avg $80 million) per season. Chevvy replace United’s previous deal with Aon, worth only £20 million a year
Income from shirt #sponsorship increased by 7.2% compared to the previous season. Brighton will earn just £1.5 million from American Express. Gambling companies continue to dominate #PremierLeague clubs’ main shirt sponsorship deals in 2019/20, as many as 10 out of 20 clubs
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