Juve`s Finance (1 Viewer)

MeRs0

Junior Member
Jun 26, 2004
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#1
I searched but couldnt find anything. If there is another thread about this, please give me link.


I was wondering how the financial side of Juventus is ? I saw this dude in a forum saying that Juve has millions in dept? Whats the real story really?
 

Elnur_E65

Senior Member
Feb 21, 2004
10,848
#2
http://www.juventus.com/uk/societa/detailAttach.aspx?lml_language_id=0&trs_id=1411000

Here is the link to all recent quarterly reports.

This is the Balance Sheet for the year ending Sep 1
http://www.juventus.com/fmknet/View.aspx?da_id=2198

This is Income Statement:
http://www.juventus.com/fmknet/View.aspx?da_id=2199

And this is a Statement of Cash Flows.
http://www.juventus.com/fmknet/View.aspx?da_id=2200

This is all the information you need. And don't always believe what people say- make your own conclusions.
 

xziz

Senior Member
Aug 30, 2004
508
#6
++ [ originally posted by azzurri7 ] ++
we are Rich , ya we are:D
Juventus, as wel as Roma and Lazio among Italian teams, are quoted on the Milan Stock Exchange.

One of the requirement is publishing financial reports.

That has made both Roma and Lazio very vulnerable, when they have started to earn much less than they were spending.

That is also why Internazionale and Milan are note quoted as of yet, even though they have been considering it for the longest time. In order to stay competitive both Inter and Milan require recurring and financially unhealthy cash inflows for both their patrons, namely Massimo OIL Moratti and Silvio TV Berlusconi.

We are just healthy financially. Better managed than the other teams.

xziz :cool:
 

xziz

Senior Member
Aug 30, 2004
508
#10
++ [ originally posted by simpson-juvefan ] ++
I read somewhere that we have a lost of 3 Mill € in the first quartal this season!!
I have read it myself in an article. This is about the ethics of commentators, an item usually for sale at your closest Pick'n Save store. :groan:

In general terms I recommend reading "How to Lie with Statistics" by Durrel Huff, originally published 1954 (YES), you can find this classic at Amazon. :D

The news commentator I read did not mention:

a. often first quarter results of a club end with a net loss, because they include transfer payments.

b. last year first quarter by Juventus included a net loss of 14,9M€, so we are doing better than last year.

xziz :cool:
 

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