The Insane Numbers Behind EPL Shirt Sponsorships Next Season

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Yaya Toure Manchester City

The new English Premier League season is just around the corner.  With all the buzz around the transfer window dominating the headlines, it’s easy to forget that EPL clubs are raking in the cash from their sponsorship deals…well some anyway.

As expected, Manchester United came in first with a massive 47 million Pound earning for their Chevrolet sponsorship.

According to Sport Intelligence figures, alongside Manchester United, Chelsea (£40m ), Arsenal (£30m), Liverpool (£25m), and Manchester City (£20m) complete the top five.

When it’s all said and done, the 2015-16 season will see Premier League clubs earn a combined revenue of more than £200 million just from shirt sponsorship.  This is the first time ever the EPL clubs surpassed the £200 million mark in that regard.

Below is a list of all the sponsorship deals.  Where does your team rank?

  1. Man United – Chevrolet – £47m
  2. Chelsea – Yokohama – £40m
  3. Arsenal – Fly Emirates – £30m
  4. Liverpool – Standard Chartered – £25m
  5. Man City – Etihad – £20m
  6. Tottenham – AIA – £16m
  7. Newcastle – Wonga –£6m
  8. West Ham – Betway – £6m
  9. Everton – Chang Beer – £5.3m
  10. Aston Villa – Dafabet – £5m
  11. Sunderland – Bidvest – £5m
  12. Swansea – GWFX – £4m
  13. Stoke City – Bet365 – £3m
  14. Watford – 138.com – £1.4m
  15. West Brom – Intuit Quickbooks – £1.2m
  16. Leicester City – King Power – £1m
  17. Norwich City – Aviva – £1m
  18. Southampton – Veho – £1m
  19. Bournemouth – Mansion – £750,000
  20. Crystal Palace – Mansion – £750,000

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