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Gender Pay Gap Information

Unlike most other companies, Millwall, similarly to other football clubs, has a large number of more highly-paid male workers, made up of its professional footballers, and consequently the average wage, calculated firstly as a mean hourly rate, is disproportionate but also therefore easily explainable.

The median hourly pay rate average is equal between men and women and more fairly represents the position that exists at Millwall Football Club.

Money received by the players in bonuses over the course of last year, which includes promotion figures, has pushed up the average for men at the club and made bonuses for women look low in comparison.

 

Our full Gender Pay Gap report is as follows:

 

Difference in hourly rate

Women’s mean hourly rate is 66% lower than men’s

In other words when comparing mean hourly rates, women earn -66p for every £1 that men earn.

Women’s median hourly rate is 14% lower than men’s

In other words when comparing median hourly rates, women earn the same as men.

 

Proportion of women in each pay quartile

Women   Men

Top Quartile (Highest Paid)

12%

Upper Middle Quartile

34%

Lower Middle Quartile

55%

Lower Quartile

24%

 

Who received bonus pay

6% of women

27% of men

 

Difference in bonus pay

Women’s mean bonus pay is 85% lower than men’s

Women’s median bonus pay is 56% lower than men’s