It's one of the worst kept secrets in English football that Everton are one of the most financially stable clubs. With debt levels of around the £45m mark, chairman Bill Kenwright has invested wisely in the club alongside outgoing manager David Moyes. The club has regularly invested in youth players rather than spending big money, with the likes of Wayne Rooney having progressed from the Everton academy and being sold for huge amounts.

The club finished above local rivals Liverpool for the second successive season and players such as Leighton Baines, Marouane Fellaini and Phil Jagielka will be vital to their future success - if they can manage to hold on to them of course.

Below you'll see how debt levels have changed at the club over the years compared to league position & goals scored in addition to other key stats. There's also a social media data analysis of who is the most valued player to the fans, compared to the clubs player of the year.

  • Debt £46m
  • Average Ticket Price £37.00
  • Average Attendance 36,356
  • Weekly Wage Total £732,000
  • Facebook Following 326,180
  • Debt per Point £0.73m

Player Analysis

A comparison of the club voted player of the year to what we have defined as the 'Most Valued Player' (MVP).

Leighton Baines Player of the Year
Leon Osman Most Valued Player
  • Transfer Fee
  • Weekly Wage
  • Following
  • £6m
  • £40,000
  • 13,220
  • Transfer Fee
  • Weekly Wage
  • Following
  • £0m
  • £35,000
  • 6,280