The First Chart Below Gives Information About the Money Spent by British Parents on Their Children’s Sports Between 2008 and 2014. The second Chart Shows the Number of Children Who Participated in Three Sports in Britain Over the Same Period.
(The First Chart Below Gives Information About the Money Spent by British Parents)
The first-liner chat depicts the information about money paid to British children’s sports games by their parents between 2008 and 2014. The second chart illustrates the data on children’s participation in football, athletics and swimming pool in Britain over the same period.
Overall, it is readily apparent that monthly spending showed a rapid surge in children’s sports. Maximum people took part in the football game. Initially, athletics was the least popular sport among children, overtaking the swimming pool game after three years.
At a fleeting glance, people were spending 20 pounds in 2008. After that, expenditure rose by 5 pounds every two years and reached around 30 pounds in 2014.
Regarding the second diagram, football was the most popular game among people in which approximately 8 million people participated. Athletics sport was the least popular game in 2008 and 2010, and at that time, around 1 million people took part in this game.
After 2010, people increased their interest in the same game and overtook the swimming pool ranking in 2011, and approximately 5 million people accounted for who had participated in athletics. The swimming pool activity trend started with nearly two million people, and participants increased sharply and witnessed around 3.5 million people in 2014.