Premier League Owners Ranked By Their Net Worth – Here Is The Richest!

Following the European Super League fiasco earlier last month, the wealth of Premier League owners has come under scrutiny. During that time, football fans around the world condemned what looked to be a blatant cash grab from Europe’s biggest clubs that threatened the future of the Champions League and Premier League as we know them.

But thankfully the project fell apart under 48 hours as the owners of the ‘big six’ clubs decided to pull out of the competition, which also featured the likes of Real Madrid, Barcelona, and Juventus.

Even though the breakaway competition is out of existence, for now, the mere threat of such a money-rich competition has opened a broader debate about whether or not the sport is losing its identity.

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Thus, it’s enough reason to encourage us to put the riches of the Premier League owners under the microscope to see exactly how much wealth in their control.

Premier League Owners Ranked By Net Worth

It is safe to say that the Premier League bigwigs are not short in the cash department as all but three of the owners boasting fortunes over £1 billion.

But the order might not go as you would expect with some of the ‘big six’ clubs actually featuring lower down the list.

Hence. let’s forge ahead with the list of the Premier League owners ranking by their net worth below;

PosOwnerClubNet Worth
1Sheikh MansourManchester City£15.19 billion
2Roman AbramovichChelsea£9.65 billion
3Stan KroenkeArsenal£6.31 billion
4Shahid KhanFulham£5.93 billion
5Nassef SawirisAston Villa£5.39 billion
6Guo GuanghangWolverhampton Wanderers£4.41 billion
7Joe Lewis and Daniel LevyTottenham Hotspur£3.98 billion
8Glazer familyManchester United£3.8 billion
9Joshua HarrisCrystal Palace£3.42 billion
10Gao JishengSouthampton£3.1 billion
11Aiyawatt Srivaddhanaprabha and familyLeicester City£2.96 billion
12Mike AshleyNewcastle United£2.6 billion
13John W Henry and Tom WernerLiverpool£2.6 billion
14Lai GuochuanWest Bromwich Albion£2.2 billion
15Farhad MoshiriEverton£1.9 billion
16David Sullivan and David GoldWest Ham United£1.56 billion
17Tony BloomBrighton & Hove Albion£1.3 billion
18Andrea RadrizzaniLeeds United£450 million
19Abdullah bin Musa’ad bin Abdulaziz Al SaudSheffield United£198 million
20Alan PaceBurnleyUnconfirmed

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