Performance

Having passed the £500 million milestone for the first time in the Club's history last year, Manchester City increased its revenues further, by 6.9%, to £535.2 million in 2018-19.

For the fifth consecutive year, we are a profitable business, posting a total profit of £10.1 million. Success on the field was a major driver of revenue uplift, and we can report a 20% increase in revenue from broadcast fees.

Our wage-to-revenue ratio now sits at 58%, and we are one of only three Premier League clubs to perform significantly better than expected on the basis of player wages, when actual performance is compared to an estimate linked to investments in the squad.

We are delighted to report that 99% of fans feel positively towards the Club, and similarly high proportions think that City is well run (99%) and has a long-term vision (98%).

Club Revenue

Continued growth in Manchester City revenues

SOURCE: Manchester City

Performance v wage costs

Analysis by sports intelligence agency 21st Club shows that Manchester City was one of only three Premier League clubs in 2018-19 to have performed significantly better than expected on the basis of player wages

Proportion of Manchester City match attenders surveyed who agree that their club performs well in the following areas

SOURCE: Premier League Matchday Fan Experience Survey 2018-19

Brand Value

With a 2019 brand value of €1.3bn, Manchester City was the fifth most valuable football brand overall in Europe, and the second biggest English club