fanOfBayern wrote:These are actually revenues..
If they look at the profits..I am sure Bayern will be in the top 3 or 5. ..
we are always in the top 3. Financially, we are the best managed club.
FCBinNYC wrote:While no one can argue with the perceived lack of appeal of the Bundesliga, I don't see how taxes really pose a problem for Bayern signing players. Even if taxes are way higher in Germany than other countries (I have no knowledge of that issue besides what I hear Uli and KHR saying) the amounts of money we're talking about for these players I would think make taxes a non-issue. Are taxes that much higher over there that these players can't afford another Ferrari in Germany but they can in Spain? I have no idea but it can't be THAT bad. Correct me if I'm wrong though.
MUTU wrote:StageUp has conducted a study of the revenues generated by the top European leagues - and found that England’s Premier League made €1billion more than Italy's Serie A, which enjoyed the second biggest proceeds.
According to StageUp’s findings, the Premier League earns €2.43billion per year, with Serie A second on €1.43billion.
Germany's Bundesliga was placed third, just behind Serie A, on €1.42billion.
Spain's La Liga (€1.35billion) and France's Ligue 1 (€1.04billion) completed the top five leagues.
But the study found that German teams lead the way in terms of major club sponsorship deals, averaging €6.9 million per club.
And the Bundesliga also boasts the highest average attendances - 40,000 fans per game.
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