Burnley Squad Salary
Burnley squad salary in the 2020-21 Premier League season? Who is the highest-paid player in the Burnley FC squad for the current season? Burnley squad weekly wages in 2020?
Burnley finished the 2019-20 Premier League season in 10th place in the EPL points table. The team secured 54 points from 38 league games. Their 54 points saw the club finish just two places behind Arsenal in the league points table. This season, Burnley is placed 18th in the league points table and hasn’t won a single fixture of their four league fixtures, so far.
Find out how much the Burnley FC squad is paid for playing in the top English tier in the 2020-21 season.
Burnley Squad Salary 2020-21 EPL Season
Burnley has seen some of the finest talents in the Premier League. Though the club has failed to spell its magic in the English top tier, the club has enjoyed a good time of success. The club has become champions of England twice and has won one FA Cup and FA Charity Shield twice. To see some of the big names in the competition play for the team, the club has to spend a huge sum of money.
For its current roster, Burnley spends a total sum of £30,472,000. The highest-paid player in the Burnley squad is Ben Mee. The English footballer makes a whopping sum of £2,860,000 per season with the club. Second, in the list of the highest-paid players in the Burnley squad are James Tarkowski and Chris Wood who make £2.6 million per season.
List of Burnley Squad Salary 2020
Below is the list of annual earning of some of Burnley FC players for the current 2020-21 EPL season.
- Ben Mee – £2,860,000
- James Tarkowski – £2,600,000
- Chris Wood – £2,600,000
- Ashley Barnes – £2,080,000
- Josh Brownhill – £2,080,000
- Jack Cork – £1,976,000
- Robbie Brady – £1,820,000
- Nick Pope – £1,820,000
- Jay Rodriguez – £1,820,000
- Matej Vydra – £1,820,000
- Johann Berg Gudmundsson – £1,560,000
- Phil Bardsley – £1,300,000
- Matthew Lowton – £1,300,000
- Charlie Taylor – £1,300,000
- Kevin Long – £1,196,000
- Dwight McNeil – £1,196,000
Burnley Club Annual Profit: How much the club makes a year?
The club finished the 2019-20 Premier League season in the 10th position in the league points table. Though the club failed to make to the European competition qualifier, the club has scored big outside the field. For a third consecutive year, Burnley football club has earned profit.
The 2019 fiscal year was their third consecutive year when the club recorded a profit. In 2019, Burnley made a gross profit of £4.3 million, which is a pre-tax sum. In 2019, the club spend £20 million on new signings and still managed to earn a profit of £4.3 million in pre-taxes earnings.
How Much Burnley Makes Annually: Annual Revenue?
In 2019, Burnley recorded a profit for the third consecutive year. And to score in such a manner, the club needs to make a lot of money in revenue. In general, every sports club out there generates its revenue through sponsors, ticket sales, kit sales, streaming rights. And the same goes for this Premier League club.
In the fiscal year 2018, Burnley recorded annual revenue of £137.8 million. The amount decreased by £1 million coming to the fiscal year 2019. Burnley earned £136 million in 2019. In 2018, the club spent a total sum of £82 million on player wages and other club expenses. And in 2019, they had a wage bill of £87 million.