Education, Culture and Sports in Lithuania
(edition 2020)

Economic indicators in sports

 

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Output and value added generated in the sports sector is increasing

In 2019, sports output increased by 15.8 per cent and amounted to EUR 740.21 million at current prices. Value added generated in the sports sector of Lithuania in 2019 grew by 16 per cent and totalled EUR 452.3 million, or 1.03 per cent of the gross value added of our country. This change was mainly influenced by an increase in the value added generated in wholesale and retail trade as well as education activities. The bulk of sports value added was generated in education (34.7 per cent), wholesale and retail trade (18.8 per cent), sport and sports organisation activities (17.6 per cent), and manufacture of transport equipment (9.9 per cent).

 

Output and value added in the sports sector

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In 2019, there were 25 thousand persons (by 2.1 per cent more than in 2018) employed in the sports sector, or 1.8 per cent of the total employed population in our country. Employment in education (42 per cent), sport and sports organisation (30 per cent) activities accounts for the highest percentage of employed persons.

 

Number of employed person in the sports sector

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Structure of value added in the sports sector by economic activity, 2019

Created with Highcharts 6.1.4Education34.7 per centEducation34.7 per centWholesale and retail trade18.8 per centWholesale and retail trade18.8 per centSports and sports organisation activities17.6 per centSports and sports organisation activities17.6 per centManufacture of transport equipment9.9 per centManufacture of transport equipment9.9 per centGambling and betting activities6.9 per centGambling and betting activities6.9 per centManufacture and repair of sportswear and sports requisites6.0 per centManufacture and repair of sportswear and sports requisites6.0 per centOther activities6.1 per centOther activities6.1 per cent

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Persons employed in the sports sector by economic activity, 2019

Created with Highcharts 6.1.4Education42.0 per centEducation42.0 per centSports and sports organisation activities29.5 per centSports and sports organisation activities29.5 per centWholesale and retail trade10.9 per centWholesale and retail trade10.9 per centGambling and betting activities5.9 per centGambling and betting activities5.9 per centManufacture and repair of sportswear and sports requisites4.1 per centManufacture and repair of sportswear and sports requisites4.1 per centManufacture of transport equipment3.8 per centManufacture of transport equipment3.8 per centOther activities3.8 per centOther activities3.8 per cent

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