The Financial Situation (12 Viewers)

Mar 3, 2014
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https://www.uefa.com/MultimediaFiles/Download/Tech/uefaorg/General/02/56/20/15/2562015_DOWNLOAD.pdf

the only mention of this 70% is at the end of art 62, on page 43:



no mention of a potential sanction. uefa might ask for the break-even information at any time regardless of the wage bill, so clubs should be ready to submit that information regardless. it looks like an administration issue, not a financial one. correct me if i'm wrong @italiacalcio10
You're right. 70% is nothing more than an indicator of a potential breach.
The main measure for a sanction is based on adjusted break even, which has a whole bunch of add-backs. I do think Juventus is probably flirting w/ FFP limits, but I think there is some flexibility. If you are in violation, you may demonstrate that it will be corrected in the following financial year, which happens to be when a bunch of our sponsorship agreements kick-in.
 

Valerio.

Senior Member
Jul 5, 2014
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Lol and people moaned about a small stadium
the problem are the prices. They went mad since Ronaldo.
The increased from 275€ in 2011 to 690€ in 2019.
And I'm talking about the cheapest options.
Now the cheapest tickets for low tier games such as Parma are 43€
and the cheapest options are never avaible giving seasonticket holders.
So if you don't have a J1897/Black&White fidelity card and simply wanna watch a game buying tickets on freesale well that's at least 80-90euro per ticket for low tier games.
That's the problem.
 

TueF

Junior Member
Jun 4, 2003
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the problem are the prices. They went mad since Ronaldo.
The increased from 275€ in 2011 to 690€ in 2019.
And I'm talking about the cheapest options.
Now the cheapest tickets for low tier games such as Parma are 43€
and the cheapest options are never avaible giving seasonticket holders.
So if you don't have a J1897/Black&White fidelity card and simply wanna watch a game buying tickets on freesale well that's at least 80-90euro per ticket for low tier games.
That's the problem.
Isn’t that actually a good thing? At least financially it’s a lot better to sell 90 percent of the tickets compared to 100 percent at a third of the price.




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Valerio.

Senior Member
Jul 5, 2014
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Isn’t that actually a good thing? At least financially it’s a lot better to sell 90 percent of the tickets compared to 100 percent at a third of the price.




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finacially our stadium money is increasing every year but then don't complain there isn't a 99% occupied seats...
 

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