european club landscape by uefa.com. quite a long read, and not exactly a purely financial material, but might be interesting for some. for instance, besides barcelona and real, juve are the only non-english club in the top20 clubs by broadcast revenues.
there you have an other one on page 103: regarding operating costs, juve is one of the most effective clubs with operating costs being only 21% of all revenues. it's 40% and 38% for the milan clubs. also, from page 114: juve is the club with the 7th biggest operating profit, basically on par with barcelona and city, 2 clubs with considerably higher revenue. our profit margin is not bad either, 18%, slightly below the top20's average (20%). wages from p92: our wage bill is the 10th biggest in europe, we spend 61% of our revenue on salaries (top20 average: 60%, milan-roma: 75%, inter: 70%, all way too much).
and a last one from p126: we also have one of the biggest debts in the world of football, a hair above 200m€, on par with roma, way below the 2 chinese-milanese clubs. our debt to revenue ratio (0,6) is way below the average of the top20 (1,8) and the other italian clubs (1,1 for milan and roma, 1,8 for inter).
those are all based on the financial year 2015.
Does anybody on the Tuz not have a job right now? Can they read this please?
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Didnt know where to post this but its the next big thing financially, so time to follow the trend and get on the esports bandwagon
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