The Premier League is the biggest footballing league in the world, and has the highest paying fans as well. English giants like Manchester United and Chelsea have the luxury of receiving around £1,500 per supporter attending games.
But, according to the analysis provided by Sportsmail, they have found it hard to increase the amount of money collected from fans over the years. Ten years ago, Manchester City only received £350 per fan. But with the immense growth that they have experienced, they can charge their patrons £1,000 per game at the Etihad.
Tottenham Hotspur are one of the beneficiaries of changing stadiums. After switching to their current ground, they are making twice as much as they did at White Hart Lane.
Are other Premier League clubs trying to change their situation?
Manchester United and Chelsea have not been able to increase the amount of revenue generated per fan by a big margin. The lack of improvements made to their stadiums could be one of the reasons behind income stagnation.
Although plans were approved for a much bigger Chelsea stadium in 2017, they were scrapped since Roman Abramovich was not given a UK Visa.
Manchester United fans have been complaining about leaky roofs at Old Trafford, which only goes to show the little changes that have been made to the stadium.
Leicester City are in talks for a revamped stadium, while Liverpool are also looking to extend the Anfield Road Stand. These new features would add several thousand seats to their respective stadiums and would increase revenue.