WITH no sign of a resumption of football as a spectator sport, Europe’s top clubs could be € 2 billion out of pocket by the end of the current season. That was the view of Deloitte as they unveiled their latest … Continue reading Income falls, but the song remains the same in football’s money league
FOOTBALL club accounts for the 2019-20 season have become a cause for concern, the big losses incurred in a partially compromised season indicating that unless normal service is resumed, 2020-21 will be a complete financial disaster. With no sign of … Continue reading Southampton squeezed by the pandemic
AT first glance, Real Madrid’s 2019-20 financials do not appear to be too troublesome, but with a major redevelopment plan for the Bernabéu Stadium in progress and a higher level of net debt, a 6% drop in revenues to € … Continue reading Real Madrid still a “unique club” as pandemic squeezes the purse
BAYERN Munich recently revealed a drop of around € 50 million in revenues in 2019-20 due to the covid-19 pandemic, but the Bavarians’ financial statements make reasonable reading at this stage of the crisis. Bayern made a net profit of € … Continue reading Powerful Bayern in profit despite the virus
EVERTON recovered some of their early season swagger in beating highly-fancied Chelsea at Goodison Park, but their fans will remain concerned about the current financial position of the club. On the eve of their game against the Londoners, Everton revealed … Continue reading Pandemic swells the Everton loss
WITH Spain’s big two struggling to live up to their illustrious names, Real Sociedad and Atlético Madrid have emerged as title contenders in the early months of 2020-21. While Sociedad have been boosted by the arrival of David Silva, Diego … Continue reading Atlético Madrid are flying – but what about the money?