Spurs announced last year's financial report, and the club's revenue FIFA Coins reached a record of 306 million pounds in the year before June 30, 2017. However, this figure is still less than the other top five.
Compared to the previous year, Tottenham's revenue rose by 96.5 million pounds from 209 million, an increase of 46%. A large part of the rise in income comes from television broadcasts and media income. The new three-year contract for television broadcasting received 149 million pounds, a rise of 54.93 million pounds or 57.9% from a total of 94.7 million pounds in the previous year.
Spurs also made substantial profits through operations, excluding football deals, extra items, and depreciation. Spur's profits rose by 54.3 million pounds to 117 million pounds.
Participating in the Champions League and Elimination Eliminations made Tottenham earn 44.6 million pounds, compared to only 18.7 million pounds in the previous year.
This year's EBIT was 41.2 million pounds, and in 2016 it was 33 million pounds. Club net assets rose to 227 million pounds. In 2016 it was ￡206 million.