The Premier League has invested £2.6 billion in charitable projects, wider football support and good causes since Season 1998/99.
Annual investment has continued to increase over the past decade.
This world-leading level of support underpins delivery via clubs throughout the football pyramid, and in tens of thousands of community venues and schools across England and Wales.
Long-term Premier League investment has underpinned the development of two of the largest sports charities in the world.
The independent Premier League Charitable Fund and Football Foundation charities receive Premier League investment to facilitate far reaching impact via community and facilities grants.
The EFL Trust and National League Trust also receive support for core costs and grants for the charities of clubs in those leagues to invest in their structure and community delivery.
Premier League support for the wider game ranges from solidarity and youth development payments to grants for fan initiatives, community programmes and grassroots facilities.