Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Revenues of the main European soccer clubs grow by 14.3% in the last five years

In football, legends were created with the deceased Pelé and Diego Maradona, others triumphed due to their lucrative salaries such as the Croatian Luka Modric with €19.6 million or Robert Lewandowski with €23 million, while Iker Casillas, Kun Agüero and Gerard Piqué retired earlier of time.

With 4 billion fans, soccer is the king of sports for the world population. This action, in addition to marketing and advertising, allowed the revenue of the 20 main soccer clubs to reach €9,232.8 million in 2022, an increase of 13.7% compared to the €8,115.6 million reported in 2021.

Meanwhile, between 2018 and 2020 profits decreased by 2.1%, going from €8,075 million to €7,905 million.

According to the “Football Money League” report, Manchester City leads the list with €731 million in revenue in 2022, followed by 14-time Champions League winners Real Madrid with €713.8 million and England’s Liverpool with €713.8 million. 701.7 million.

While Manchester United, from England, which had Cristiano Ronaldo as a midfielder until December 2022, records revenues of €688.6 million.

Finalists Achraf Hakimi and Kylian Mbappé and Qatar 2022 World Cup winner Lionel Messi were brought together in a team as partners. This happened thanks to contracts from Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).

The French team reports earnings of €654.2 million, 2.8% more than in 2019 (€636 million), a difference of €98.2 million and €113.2 million compared to the periods 2021 (€556 million) and 2020 (€541 million). .

London club Chelsea total €568.3 million, which is equivalent to a difference of 8.6% compared to its counterpart Tottenham Hotspur (€523 million) and 31% more than its common Arsenal (€433.5 million).

Meanwhile, the Germans with Bayern Munich and the Barcelonans with FC Barcelona register €653.6 million and €638.2 million in 2022, respectively. From the latter came figures like Ronaldinho, Luis Suarez and Daniel da Silva.

A study prepared by Deloitte indicates that Juventus, located in Italy and with midfielder Ángel Di María, winner of the second goal of Qatar 2022, reported revenue of €400.6 million, indicating fluctuating growth in recent years.

In 2018 it reported €395 million and in 2019 about €460 million, in 2020 it decreased to €399 million and between 2021 and 2022 it amounted to €433 million and €401 million.

While Atlético de Madrid presents an increase of 31.9% between 2018 and 2022, going from €304 million to €401 million. This equates to a difference of €97 million.

However, the covid-19 pandemic favored the growth of the income of other teams, such as Leeds United of England. This is demonstrated by the statistics, noting that in 2018 the club had profits of €46 million and in 2019 about €56 million, while for 2020 it amounted to €65 million. Between 2022 and 2021 it presented an increase of €42 million, going from €170 million to €212 million.


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