This north London football club enjoyed a dramatic 2018-19 season, playing in its first Champions League final, and securing a top four Premier League finish. To add to its achievements on the pitch, the club opened its 62,000-seat stadium in April, which cost £850m and features the world’s first dividing, retractable pitch. Under chairman Daniel Levy, 57, profits rose 87% to reach £152m, making it one of the most profitable companies on the league table. This was driven by increased ticket sales, sponsorship and a £33m increase in hospitality revenue.
|Operating profit £m||152|
|Main shareholders||Joe Lewis and Daniel Levy (via ENIC International) (86%), other (14%)|
* supplied by Company † annualised figure ‡ profit = ebitda