A staggering 3.2 billion spectators around the world watched Premier League matches in 2020/21. The matches on the Island have been broadcast in 878 million homes. That's according to a study examining the championship's financial contribution to the Kingdom's economy.
In addition, during the one-year period in question, more than 500,000 people traveled to England to watch performances by Salah, De Bruyne and company. And the Premier League matches have brought the Brin economy £ 7.6 billion. 3.6 billion were paid directly into the UK treasury, half of which came in the form of taxes paid by footballers.
In social networks, the Premier League enjoys the greatest interest from the British, and in second place surprisingly is Egypt. The interest in Salah in his homeland even surpasses that of the local championships.
Premier League clubs also spend the most on the development of young players compared to other top 5 leagues.