Newcastle have announced record profits of £18.7 million last season due to increases in television income and new deals with sponsors.
The club also saw revenues increase by 35 percent from £95.9 million to £129.7 million, the club said.
More than half Newcastle's income -- £78.3 million -- came from the new Premier League television rights deals, with commercial income also increasing.
2013-14 financial results comparison
PROFIT: Everton £28.2m
PROFIT: Manchester United £23.9m
PROFIT: Newcastle £18.7m
PROFIT: Chelsea £18.4m
PROFIT: Arsenal £4.7m
LOSS: Aston Villa £3.9m
LOSS: Sunderland £16.9m
LOSS: Manchester City £23m
A Newcastle statement said: "Most significantly, the club reported strong commercial revenue...