Premier League Owners & Their Wealth
The Premier League owners list features some of the wealthiest people on the planet.
Newcastle United have the wealthiest owners in the English top flight following their takeover by a Saudi Arabian-led consortium in October 2021.
The Public Investment Fund (PIF) is worth more than £500 billion – a figure that puts the Magpies into a completely different financial stratosphere.
By contrast, Manchester City owner Sheikh Mansour is reportedly worth just under £18 billion, although that is plenty enough to keep his bank manager happy.
At the other end of the scale, three Premier League clubs have owners who count their wealth in millions rather than billions.
Here’s a look at the Premier League owners list (updated September 22, 2023) and their current estimated net worth.
|Newcastle United||Public Investment Fund||Oct-21||£506 billion|
|Manchester City||Sheikh Mansour||Sep-08||£17.9 billion|
|Chelsea||Todd Boehly/Clearlake Capital Group||May-22||£12.91 billion|
|Arsenal||Stan Kroenke||Apr-11||£10.5 billion|
|Aston Villa||Nassef Sawiris/Wesley Edens||Jul-18||£9.72 billion|
|Everton||777 Partners||Sept-23||£9.7 billion|
|Liverpool||John W Henry/Tom Werner||Oct-10||£8 billion|
|Fulham||Shahid Khan||Jul-13||£6.45 billion|
|West Ham United||David Sullivan/Daniel Kretinsky||Jan-10||£5.96 billion|
|Wolverhampton Wanderers||Guo Guangchang/Liang Xinjun/Wang Qunbin||Jul-16||£5.64 billion|
|Tottenham Hotspur||Daniel Levy/Joe Lewis||Feb-01||£4.74 billion|
|Crystal Palace||Steve Parish/Joshua Harris/David S Blitzer/John Textor||Aug-21||£4.49 billion|
|Manchester United||The Glazer Family||Jun-05||£3.84 billion|
|Bournemouth||Bill Foley||Dec-22||£1.31 billion|
|Brighton & Hove Albion||Tony Bloom||May-09||£1.06 billion|
|Nottingham Forest||Evangelos Marinakis||May-17||£506 million|
|Sheffield United||Prince Abdullah||Oct-19||£190 million|
|Brentford||Matthew Benham||Jun-12||£24.5 million|
|Burnley||Alan Pace||Dec-20||Not known|
|Luton Town||Paul Ballantyne||Jul-08||Not known|
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