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Following a few requests, I’ve prepared financial fact sheets for some international football clubs. This is not new information as such, but a summary of previous data. This thread covers #FCBarcelona, #RealMadrid, #Juventus, #Milan, #Inter, #ASRoma, #FCBayern, #BVB & #PSG
#FCBarcelona 2019 revenue surged 23% to €852m, the highest in the world, due to taking merchandising in-house and new Champions League deal. First club with wage bill over €500m. Profits 8 years in a row, but increasingly reliant on player sales. Debt & transfer spend shot up.
#RealMadrid revenue flat in 2019, but lower wages and €99m profit from player sales resulted in €53m pre-tax profit, the highest in Spain (though posted €44m operating loss). Financial debt down to €83m. Revenue will be boosted in 2019/20 after taking merchandising in-house.
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Thread: #Ultras sind die, die quasi permanent dafür einstehen, dass der Fußball NICHT einzelnen Personen gehört und nur deren Interessen vertreten werden.
Ultras fordern die Stärkung d. eingetragenen Vereine. Mehr Demokratie, weniger Macht für Typen wie Hoeneß, weniger Korruption
Hoeneß und Co sind NICHT für Kooperation. Sie diskreditieren, spalten und sperren aus, wenn Gruppen oder Einzelpersonen gefährlich werden könnten.
Da gibt's dann ein von #Rummenigge persönlich unterzeichnetes unbefristetes Hausverbot für einen Kritiker der Geschäfte mit Katar.
Fussball ist ohne Ultras möglich, auch ohne Hoeneß. Sogar ohne Ball. Nicht wenige Menschen auf der Welt kick(t)en mit Plastikflaschen oder selbstgebastelten ballähnlichen Sachen. War und ist geil.
Hoeneß` Aussage hat keinen Wert, sie soll spalten. Mehr nicht.
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Bayern Munich's ultra scene is one of the most engaged when it comes to fighting homophobia, sexism, antisemitism, human rights.

I find it genuinely worrying that a protest for fan rights results in a crackdown on them, and you should be, too.

Fan culture analysis thread.
Bayern Munich’s ultra scene, especially Schickeria, their biggest ultra group, have been acknowledged (including by the DFB itself) in the past for their engagement against discrimination, for human rights in Qatar and for Holocaust remembrance.
Thanks to Bayern Munich’s ultra scene, & Schickeria in particular, we know about Kurt Landauer, #FCBayern’s Jewish president, who was practically forgotten before they raised awareness to his legacy by looking into their club’s past.

Here’s their choreo in memory of Landauer.
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UEFA have now published the final payments to clubs for 2018/19 European competitions. In the following thread, I will first look at the Champions League distribution, then the Europa League and finally payments by country (with a focus on the Big Five leagues).
In 2018/19 each of 32 clubs qualified for Champions League group stage got €14.5m plus €2.7m for a win and €900k for a draw. Additional prize money for each further stage reached: last 16 €9.5m, quarter-final €10.5m, semi-final €12m, final €15m and winners €19m.
#FCBarcelona had the highest 2018/19 Champions League payment of €118m, but English clubs received four of the top six distributions: winners #LFC €111m, runners-up #THFC €102m, #MUFC €93m and #MCFC €93m. #Juventus were 4th with €96m and #PSG 7th with €86m.
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Bayern Munich 2018/19 accounts cover a mixed season. Domestically, they won the Bundesliga for the 7th season in a row, securing the league and cup double for the 12th time. However, they crashed out of the Champions League in the last 16. Some thoughts follow #FCBayern
#FCBayern profit before tax increased from €46m to €75m (profit after tax €52m). Revenue (per Bayern’s definition) rose €93m (14%) to €750m including €90m profit on player sales. The board described the figures as “outstanding”, as both revenue and profit set record highs.
Excluding player sales, #FCBayern revenue rose €31m (5%) from €629m to €660m, mainly due to TV, up €34m (20%) to €211m, though commercial was also up €8m (2%) to €357m. On the other hand, match day down €11m (11%) to €92m. Profit on player sales €62m higher at €90m.
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Borussia Dortmund 2018/19 accounts cover their first season with Lucien Favre as manager when they finished second behind Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga and reached the Champions League last 16. Some thoughts in the following thread #BVB
#BVB profit before tax decreased €13m from €35m to €22m (profit after tax €17m), despite revenue rising €60m (19%) from €317m to €377m, as profit on player sales fell €49m from €126m to €77m and total expenses were up €26m, but net interest payable was €3m lower.
All #BVB revenue streams increased, though the largest growth by far was in broadcasting, up €45m (37%) to €167m. In addition, commercial rose €9m (6%) to €157m, match operations €2m (6%) to €45m and other operating income €4m to €8m.
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Bayern Munich 2017/18 accounts cover a season when they won the Bundesliga (for the sixth season in a row) and reached the Champions League semi-finals before being eliminated by eventual winners Real Madrid. Some thoughts in the following thread #FCBayern
#FCBayern profit before tax fell from €66m to €46m (profit after tax €29m). Revenue (per Bayern’s definition) rose €17m (3%) to a record high of €657m including €28m profit on player sales, mainly Douglas Costa to Juventus. The board described the figures as “outstanding”.
Excluding player sales, #FCBayern revenue rose €41m (7%) from €588m to €629m, mainly due to broadcasting, up €30m (20%) to €177m, though other streams also grew: match day increased €6m (6%) to €104m, while commercial was up €5m (2%) to €349m.
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Bayern Munich recently published their 2016/17 financial results. Some thoughts follow #FCBayern
#FCBayern profit before tax increased by 23% (€12m) from €54m to a record €66m (profit after tax up from €33m to €39m). Revenue including player sales (Bayern’s definition) also rose €14m to reach a record high of €641m.
#FCBayern profit increase largely due to player sales, up €18m to €53m (Götze and Rode to Dortmund, Hojbjerg to Southampton), while player amortisation also fell €8m.
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