Women’s Super League clubs’ income up by 50% but pre-tax losses increase

Season after Euro 2022 win saw £48m aggregate revenueClubs spend 75% of revenue on wages

Women’s Super League clubs had a 50% increase in their combined revenues in the 2022-23 campaign compared with the previous season, new figures show, but pre-tax losses still increased.

According to analysis by Deloitte, WSL clubs generated a record £48m in aggregate revenue during the season that followed England’s women winning Euro 2022. That was up from £32m in the previous season, and more than double the 2020-21 figure (£20m).

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