What is West Brom squad salary 2021? Who is the highest-paid West Brom player in 2021? Weekly wages of West Brom squad salary?
Nicknamed The Baggies, West Brom is a professional English football club from West Midlands, England. This professional football club plays in the Premier League. After finishing the 2019-20 Championship as the runnerup, 10 points behind the league winner Leeds United, West Brom makes it to the English top tier. This is the club’s first season in the EPL after 2018. West Brom is placed 17th in the EPL points table with three points from six league games.
Here find out how much each West Brom player makes a year with the club. All details on West Brom squad weekly wages and annual wages.
How much is the West Brom Squad Paid per season?
Premier League is the top English tier. Obviously, teams playing in this competition make more money than those playing in other English leagues. For players to perform their level best in this top English tier, every EPL team pays a good sum. Likewise, West Brom also pays a good sum of money to its players.
The club’s highest-earning player is Charlie Austin who makes £3,640,000 per annum with the club. His weekly salary stands at a colossal sum of £70,000. For the season 2020-21, West Brom has a total expense of £20,670,000 in player wages. For this new season, West Brom signed Grady Diangana from West Ham on a fee of £12.15 million. He makes £500 per week at West Brom. Below is the complete list of West Brom squad salaries for the 2020-21 Premier League season.
West Brom Squad Wages in 2020-21 EPL Season
West Brom spends a total sum of £7,852,000 on its forwards. The total wages for midfielders is £3,978,000.
- Charlie Austin – £3,640,000
- Kieran Gibbs – £2,860,000
- Jake Livermore – £2,392,000
- Sam Johnstone – £1,690,000
- Hal Robson-Kanu – £1,560,000
- Ahmed Hegazy – £1,378,000
- Kamil Grosicki – £1,300,000
- Matt Phillips – £1,040,000
- Darnell Furlong – £962,000
- Semi Ajayi – £858,000
- Romaine Sawyers – £650,000
- Conor Townsed – £598,000
- Rekeem Harper – £520,000
- Sam Field – £416,000
- Matheus Pereira – £312,000
- Jonathan Bond – £286,000
- Dara O’Shea – £208,000
West Brom Annual Revenue in 2021
Financial stability is indeed a great factor for any club to blossom, both on and off the field. Huge wages payroll and player singing bring a big toll on a club’s financial status. To maintain financial stability, a club needs to have huge earnings. Every professional sports club in the world has broadcasting rights, ticket sales, and kit sales as main sources of income. Also, sponsors bring in a lot of money for professional clubs like West Brom.
In the 2017-18 season, West Brom had revenue of £54 million. It increased to £70.8 million in the 2018/19 season. A Premier League club makes way higher than a club playing in the Championship, which is English second tier after Premier League. While playing in the Championship, West Brom made fewer earnings from media-related deals than compared to while playing in the Premier League.
West Brom is playing in the English top tier in the 2020-21 season, it could make more money during this term.
Is West Brom Facing a Financial Drought?
It is very crucial for a professional sports club to have financial stability. This professional English football club has seen a loss in pre-tax money for the second year in 2019. In 2019, West Brom made a loss of £7 million in pre-tax money. While in the fiscal year 2018, the club made a pre-tax loss of £7.5 million.
Though the club is not significantly facing a financial drought, losing millions on successive terms could hamper the club in the long run. West Brom is owned by a Chinese businessman, Lai Guochuan. Lai Guochuan has a net worth of £2.8 billion as of 2020. Likely, the Chinese boss will be able to hold the club financially firm for some years to come. Also, West Brom is playing in the EPL. The club can have growth in its revenue.