Steve Parish Net Worth 2021, Age, Height, Family, Wife, Children, Business

Steve Parish net worth

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Steve Parish is the co-owner and chairman of Crystal Palace Football Club.

Early Life

NameSteve Parish
Net Worth£45 million
ProfessionBusinessman, Club Co-Owner
Age56 years
Steve Parish net worth 2021

Stephen Parish was born on July 18, 1965(age 56 years) in Forest Hill, London, He attended Christ Church School and later Colfe’s School.


Steve Parish began his career working in computer graphics. He went on to buy a stake in a company called Adplates Ltd, assuming control of the business and renaming it Tag Worldwide, transforming it from a London-based business to a global production powerhouse with 2,800 employees in 13 countries. He sold the business to Deutsche Post DHL Group’s Willliam Lea in 2011. In April 2017, it was announced that Parish was going to join the Dragons’ Den line-up for the 15th series of the show. However, it was later announced by Parish that he had withdrawn.

Crystal Palace Football Club

In June 2010, Parish led a consortium called ‘CPFC 2010’ to acquire Crystal Palace and save the club from a second spell in administration and from imminent liquidation after negotiating a £3.5m deal to buy Selhurst Park from Lloyds Bank. He became chairman and leading shareholder of the Club with three fellow supporters, Stephen Browett, Jeremy Hosking and Martin Long.

In January 2011, Parish unveiled plans to move Crystal Palace to a new 40,000-seat stadium at their original home – now the National Sports Centre. In May 2013, the South London based club was promoted to the English Premier League after beating Watford in the play-off final at Wembley Stadium, beginning an unbroken seven-season stay in English football’s top division, a record for the Club.

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A deal was completed in December 2015 with US investors David Blitzer and Josh Harris, in which they each took an 18% stake in the Club, injecting £50m capital and becoming co-owners alongside Parish, who remained chairman. In 2016, Crystal Palace reached the FA Cup Final but was beaten 2-1 by Manchester United.

In December 2017, Parish announced £75m to £100m plans to redevelop Selhurst Park, commissioning stadium architects KSS to build a new five-story Main Stand to increase the capacity from 26,000 to 34,000, transforming the matchday experience and providing enhanced community facilities. After the scheme was granted planning permission by Croydon Council in April 2018, Parish said: “This project will not only transform the stadium, which has been our home since 1924, but it will also have a positive impact on the south London community”.

Steve Parish revealed plans in October 2019 for a £20m redevelopment of the Club’s Academy, having secured a long-term lease for the site in Beckenham in December 2018, with enhanced playing and welfare facilities for the Club’s young players. In July 2020, a month after Bromley Council granted planning permission, the Academy was awarded Category 1 status by the Premier League.

In May 2020, Parish was credited by influential TV pundit Gary Neville with playing a key role in the return of Premier League football after the coronavirus pandemic following his support for ‘Project Restart’ in a Sunday Times column.

In a Sunday Times column in October 2020, Steve Parish explained why the Premier League was right to reject ‘Project Big Picture’, a plan by Liverpool and Manchester United to restructure the league, and in April 2021, Parish was very critical of the proposed European Super League, calling it a “self-appointed elite”.


Steve Parish was married to Carmel but they got divorced. He later was in a relationship with Susanna Reid, they first began dating Steve in August 2018 and remained an item for nine months before splitting in 2019. Susanna Victoria Reid is an English television presenter and journalist. She was a co-presenter of BBC Breakfast from 2003 until 2014 alongside Bill Turnbull and Charlie Stayt
Steve Parish net worth

Steve Parish net worth

How much is Steve Parish worth? Steve Parish net worth is estimated at around $100 million. His main source of income is from his private investments. He is one of the richest people in the United Kingdom. Parish’s successful career has earned him some luxurious lifestyles and some fancy cars.