The Financial Situation (12 Viewers)

Jul 2, 2006
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The reason is that nobody goes to games, why would there be a big stadium?
Each season we play more than a few games that we can get attract 60000 people. It is like you own a small restaurant, you have 4 tables that is enough for most of the times, but let's say there is festival going on in the town(which is cl for us), you are denying tons of customers because you don't have the space.

We have smallest stadium among the top teams. We can't be the only one to get it right.
 

TueF

Junior Member
Jun 4, 2003
102
Turk is an Erdogan supporter. if you don't have the biggest, really the hugest, palace then nobody will respect your tiny peepee.
Haha, exactly. Apart from penis envy, attendance is largely irrelevant compared to having more premium boxes and higher prices.

Case in point: Serie A match day income.

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Vlad

Delusional
May 23, 2011
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Haha, exactly. Apart from penis envy, attendance is largely irrelevant compared to having more premium boxes and higher prices.

Case in point: Serie A match day income.

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How much do we earn from tickets, compared to Real, Barca, Bayern, United because those are the clubs we need to close the gap with?

Another thing is I feel those prices cant go any higher, surely, because we are seeing more and more empty seats. How are we gonna increase stadium revenue from now on?
 

LiquidPLP

Senior Member
Jun 9, 2012
8,029
How much do we earn from tickets, compared to Real, Barca, Bayern, United because those are the clubs we need to close the gap with?

Another thing is I feel those prices cant go any higher, surely, because we are seeing more and more empty seats. How are we gonna increase stadium revenue from now on?
It's simple - we won't. Except for more tours or some other attractions, there's no way to do that I believe. That's why the focus is on marketing stuff now.

Juve has got a fantastic stadium that didn't cost peanuts and now all you can do is to actually use it and its revenue in the best way possible.
 

juve123

Senior Member
Aug 10, 2017
5,401
Deloitte Football Money League 2018-19 rankings / club / change from 2018 versus 2019 matchday revenue:


1 – Barcelona (up €145m to €159m)


2 – Real Madrid (up €143m to €145m)


3 – Manchester United (up €120m to €121m)


4 – Bayern Munich (down €104m to €92m)


5 – Paris Saint-Germain (up €101m to €116m)


6 – Manchester City (down €64m to €62m)


7 – Liverpool (up €92 to €95m)


8 – Tottenham Hotspur (up €85m to 93m)


9 – Chelsea (down €83m to €76m)


10 – Juventus (up €51m to €66m)


11 – Arsenal (down €112m to €109m)


12 – Borussia Dortmund (up €57m to €60m)


13 – Atletico Madrid (up €57m to €59m)


14 – Inter Milan (up €35m to €51m)


15 – Schalke 04 (up €47m to €54m)


16 – AS Roma (down €35m to €32m)


17 – Olympique Lyonnais (up €37m to €42m)


18 – West Ham United (up €28m to €31m)


19 – Everton (down €19m to €17m)


20 – Napoli (down €19m to €16m)
 

TueF

Junior Member
Jun 4, 2003
102
It's simple - we won't. Except for more tours or some other attractions, there's no way to do that I believe. That's why the focus is on marketing stuff now.

Juve has got a fantastic stadium that didn't cost peanuts and now all you can do is to actually use it and its revenue in the best way possible.
It’s also worth noting that while we’re not making as much in match day revenue as the front runners, the difference isn’t that big compared to the gap in commercial income.

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Juventinoo

Ertuğrul Oğlu Osman
Oct 20, 2004
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It’s also worth noting that while we’re not making as much in match day revenue as the front runners, the difference isn’t that big compared to the gap in commercial income.

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the first 4 teams are sticking at the top since very long time ....

we can reach them, but it's very hard indeed and hope our management has super grand plan to do that ...

but I don't expect this at any time soon....

the idea of Superleague was the cheating code for that ...but yeah ...

we need very innovative projects
 

Quetzalcoatl

It ain't hard to tell
Aug 22, 2007
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jukazem

Senior Member
Feb 10, 2007
3,693
I am not that optimistic. Juve had financial difficulties the last few years, balancing books by selling players. Without this, players like Dybala and/or Pjanic were goners for sure, I thought for sure Dybala was going to be sold last summer for plusvalenza. A continuous cycle of trading one weakness for another.
But I think there's hope for some good buys in midfield. (excluding Kulusevski!!)
 

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