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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby MaCk0y » Fri Aug 09, 2013 3:34 pm

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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby Firefox1234 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 4:10 pm

I was looking at Bayern's transfer dealing this window expecting to see some heavy losses money wise but i was shocked to find that Bayern only lost £18.4m in the transfer window :mrgreen:
Arrivals:
Thiago Alcántara CM
22.000.000 £

Mario Götze AM
32.560.000 £

Jan Kirchhoff CB
free transfer

total: 54.560.000 £

Departures:
Emre Can DM
4.400.000 £

Mario Gómez CF
13.640.000 £

Maximilian Riedmüller GK
free transfer

Nils Petersen CF
2.640.000 £

Anatoliy Tymoshchuk DM
free transfer

Luiz Gustavo DM
15.400.000 £

Totals: 36.080.000 £


http://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/en/fc-bayern-munich-/transfers/verein_27.html
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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby krkla » Fri Aug 16, 2013 5:32 pm

Firefox1234 wrote:I was looking at Bayern's transfer dealing this window expecting to see some heavy losses money wise but i was shocked to find that Bayern only lost £18.4m in the transfer window


And that's why we are currently one of, if not the best teams in europe.
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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby Firefox1234 » Fri Aug 16, 2013 5:51 pm

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Firefox1234 wrote:I was looking at Bayern's transfer dealing this window expecting to see some heavy losses money wise but i was shocked to find that Bayern only lost £18.4m in the transfer window


And that's why we are currently one of, if not the best team in europe.

Bayern are still paying off the loans used to build the Allianz imagine how financial dominant Bayern could be once its paid off. Also add the fact Bayern dont throw money around like RM, Chel$ea, or Man €ity :P
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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby krkla » Fri Aug 16, 2013 5:55 pm

Firefox1234 wrote:Bayern are still paying off the loans used to build the Allianz imagine how financial dominant Bayern could be once its paid off. Also add the fact Bayern dont throw money around like RM, Chel$ea, or Man €ity


Exactly my point. And with BuLi flourishing and gaining popularity around the world imagine where not only Bayern, but german football in general, will be like in the future. We saw a taste of that in this years CL.
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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby Bomber_der_Nation » Sat Aug 17, 2013 9:29 am

I still think selling Can for 5 mil is the best deal we've made in years :-D Although I do wonder what the buy-back option is..

On the point of the flourishing BuLi etc. - I read yesterday that BT Sport has invested 1 bil. pounds in a new sport studio and live coverage of 38 games per season (including Michael Owen as lead co-commentator) of which the PL teams will receive 850 mil. over the next three years.

We need these kinds of deals. And it would help not only Bayern, but the rest of the league as well if teams like Bayer, HSV, BVB, Schalke were to start competing in tournaments in the US
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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby Joanna » Thu Aug 22, 2013 9:22 pm

Always been hoping for BuLi to get more coverage, the BT Sport deal won't hurt. The money will follow, as it always does.

Bayern's a living proof a team needn't to spend cash like crazy to get results. Newspapers headlines don't win the titiles. At least, it's not all that is required. :)
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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby Firefox1234 » Fri Oct 04, 2013 5:25 pm

Found an interesting article on Bild where Bayer's financial director answers a few questions about Bayern's finances and also praises Pep, i found someone to translate it for me so dont worry about google translate.
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Bayern's CFO Jan - Christian Dreesen 'Guardiola is worth every penny

Seit dem 1. Februar 2013 ist Jan-Christian Dreesen (46) Finanzboss beim FC Bayern. Nach 30 Jahren löste er Karl Hopfner ab. In seinem ersten Interview seit der Amtsübernahme spricht Dreesen über neue Rekorde, gestiegene Personalkosten und Transfers.

Since February 1st 2013 Jan - Christian Dreesen (46) has been Bayern's CFO. He replaced Karl Hopfner who previously held this position for 30 years. In his first interview since taking over Dreesen talks about new records, risen wages and transfers.


BILD: Herr Dreesen, haben Sie sich, als Pep Guardiola öffentlich die Verpflichtung von Thiago forderte, vor Entsetzen mit der Hand vor die Stirn geschlagen und gedacht: ‚Jetzt ist der Spieler noch mal 5 Millionen teurer!’?
Bild: Mr. Dreesen, when Pep Guardiola publicly stated that he wanted Thiago, did you hold your hand to your face and think 'this player just got 5 million euros more expensive'?


Jan-Christian Dreesen (lacht): „Unsere Verhandlungsposition ist dadurch nicht unbedingt leichter geworden. Wenn bekannt ist, dass wir einen Spieler wollen, macht sich das der abgebende Verein zu Nutze und verlangt mehr. Aber ich glaube, dass wir den Transfer trotzdem noch zu akzeptablen Preisen hinbekommen haben. Und Thiago ist ganz wichtig für den Trainer und uns.“
Jan - Christian Dreesen (laughs): Well it didn't make our negoitiations any easier. When it's known that you want a player the selling club will ask for more. However I do think that we paid an acceptable fee (for Thiago). Also Thiago is very important to our coach and to us.


BILD: Für Mario Gomez hat Bayern 33 Mio bezahlt. Für unter 20 Mio wurde er an Florenz verkauft. Warum wurde er so billig verramscht?
Bild: Bayern paid 33 million euros for Gomez. He was sold for less than 20 million to Fiorentina. Why was he sold for so little?

Dreesen: „Ich sehe es nicht so, dass wir Mario unter Wert verkauft haben. Wir kaufen einen Spieler ja auch nicht, um ihn in die Vitrine zu stellen und schön zu finden. Ein Mario Gomez hat über Jahre sehr gute Arbeit geleistet. Er hat mit vielen Toren seinen Transferbetrag gerechtfertigt. Man kann sagen: Er hat seinen Transferbetrag abgearbeitet. Man kann nicht einfach nur die Einkaufs- und Verkaufssumme vergleichen. Das wäre eine Milchmädchenrechnung. Außerdem haben wir nach dem Verkauf ja auch sein Gehalt eingespart.“
Dreesen: "I don't think he was sold undervalue. We don't pay players as display models (Real Madrid anyone????). Mario Gomez has worked hard over several years. He scored many goals which justified his transfer fee. You can't really compare buying fees with selling fees. It just doesn't work like that. Also we no longer have to pay his salary. (10 million or so)

BILD: Dafür dürfte das Gehalt von Guardiola um ein vielfaches höher sein als das von Jupp Heynckes. Mario Götze verdient sehr gut, Thiago auch. Die Personalkosten sind in den letzten Jahren angeblich auf über 175 Mio. gestiegen.
Bild: Guardiola's salary is higher than Jupp's, new signings Mario Goetze and Thiago earn a lot. Wages have reportedly risen to more than 175 million euros in recent years.

Dreesen: „Unabhängig davon, dass diese Zahl nicht stimmt, sondern deutlich darunter liegt, ist Pep Guardiola nicht zu uns gekommen, um sein Gehalt zu maximieren. Er ist gekommen, weil ihn das sportliche Umfeld und die Perspektive gefallen hat. Zudem ist er jeden Cent wert. Es stimmt allerdings, dass die Personalkosten gestiegen sind. Das hat aber in erster Linie damit zu tun, dass wir drei Titel gewonnen haben. Ein größerer Teil des Gehaltes bei unseren Spielern ist leistungsabhängig. Und die Leistung war großartig. Es gibt richtig Geld, wenn die Jungs viele Titel gewinnen. Wir haben auch in unseren Kader investiert. Die Spielbetriebskosten sind gestiegen. Aber im Verhältnis zu unserer Einkommensseite ist das völlig in Ordnung. Wir haben unsere Spielbetriebskosten definitiv im Griff und es ist auch mein Part, dass das so bleibt. Wir sind gewiss nicht maßlos.“
Dreesen: This figure is not correct, it's significantly lower, also Pep Guardiola didnt' come to Bayern to maximize his earnings. He came because he liked the perspective of the club and the sporting results. He's worthy every penny. It is true that wages have risen. First and foremost this has to do with the fact that we won the Treble. (all Bayern staff get a bonus when Bayen win trophies, from the players to the cleaners to the backroom staff). In addition a lot of bonuses are performance related to our players. Also we earn a lot of money when we win trophies. We also invested in our squad (roughly 60 million over the summer). Thus operating costs have increased but so has our income, things are in proportion and it's my job to keep books balanced. We are not reckless with our spending.

BILD: Wie verrückt finden Sie einen 100-Millionen-Transfer, wie ihn Madrid mit Gareth Bale gemacht hat?
Bild: Do you find it crazy that Real Madrid spent 100 million euros on Gareth Bale?

Dreesen: „Das ist verrückt viel Geld. Mich beruhigt, dass ein Großteil der Menschen schockiert über diese Transfersumme ist. Sie ist zu hoch. Ich kann sie mir heute nicht bei Bayern vorstellen. Man darf ja nicht vergessen, welche Unruhe so ein Transfer mit sich bringt.“
Dreesen: 'It's a huge sum of money. I understand why most people are shocked by this transfer fee. It's too much. I can't imagine spending an amount like that at Bayern. One shouldn't forget the tension that such a transfer brings to the team.

BILD: Welche denn?
Bild: What tension?

Dreesen: „Die Mitspieler fragen sich, warum der Kerl so viel verdient. Jeder Berater hat das notiert und fordert bei der nächsten Vertragsverlängerung exorbitant mehr. Wenn Bale nicht sofort Leistung bringt, murren möglicherweise Fans und Trainer und Mitspieler. So ein Transfer ist schon ein Stück weit Wahnsinn.“
Dreesen: Team mates will be wondering why this new guy earns so much. Player agents took note of this and will demands similar things in new contracts. When Bale doesn't deliver right away the fans will get very annoyed. A transfer like this is quite crazy.

BILD: Am 13. November ist Jahreshauptversammlung. Was werden Sie verkünden?
Bild: On November 13th it's the annual report will be delivered. What can you tell us?

Dreesen: „Wir werden neue Rekorde verkünden. Umsatzmäßig auf jeden Fall. Und wir werden einen wiederum gestiegenen Gewinn verkünden.“
Dreesen: 'We'll announce new records. Higher revenues and increased profits.

http://www.bild.de/sport/fussball/bayern-muenchen/guardiola-ist-jeden-cent-wert-32662198.bild.html
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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby Firefox1234 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 4:37 pm

Got someone to translate his article of KHR saying Bayern have broken revenue records =D>
"The Triple was a milestone sportswise. But we're also able to report a record in turnover. We've gone beyond 400 millions for the first time", confirmed Bayern's Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.

In comparison to their previous season, 2011/2012, the Rekordmeister recorded 10 millions more than last year just in the Sponsoring department, adding up to 95 million Euros. Merchandise sales brought the Reds around 85 million Euros. Bayern sold over a million shirts, which is for Rummenigge a value that he "never thought was possible".

But Bayern have apparently not reached their limit. "I'm going on the assumption here, that we will be able to - if we achieve our sporting targets - raise our numbers once again this season, and once again report record numbers. The club is booming", said Rummenigge.

http://www.tz-online.de/sport/fc-bayern/ueber-millionen-rekordumsatz-bayern-muenchen-zr-3155461.html
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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Wed Oct 09, 2013 4:47 pm

How do they do it? :D
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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby lau03143 » Wed Oct 09, 2013 6:44 pm

Winning!
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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Thu Oct 10, 2013 4:05 pm

lau03143 wrote:Winning!

We break records even when we win nothing.
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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby MoFattal » Thu Oct 10, 2013 6:57 pm

Bandwagoners help a bit in the sales department ;)
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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby Firefox1234 » Sun Nov 03, 2013 6:47 pm

The new list of most valuable clubs is out and Bayern Munich are the 5th most valuable club in the world behind Arsenal, Man U, Barcelona, and Real Madrid. Also Bayern reached a revenue of a staggering $468 million!!! [source]
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Re: FC Bayern Finances

Postby Tedesco » Fri Nov 29, 2013 11:06 am

Bayern already earned 28m€ from CL this year [source]
Wer soll diese Bayern noch stoppen?

Sie siegen und siegen und siegen: Bayern marschiert durch Europa, fegt alles vom Platz. Das 3:1 in Moskau ist der zehnte Sieg in Folge – Rekord in der Königsklasse. Ein Rekord, der richtig viel Kohle bringt.

Hier feiert Hoeneß 28 Mio!

Nach dem Spiel im Moskauer Kühlschrank wurde es Uli Hoeneß ganz warm ums Herz. Der Bayern-Präsident ließ es sich auf dem Bankett gutgehen, rauchte eine fette Sieger-Zigarre auf seine Bayern, das Erreichen des Achtelfinales und die Millionen-Einnahmen.

Die Gruppenphase der Champions League lässt bei den Bayern wieder mal die Kassen klingeln: 8,6 Mio Euro Stargeld, 5 Mio für fünf Siege, 3,5 Mio für das Achtelfinale und über 11 Mio Anteil aus dem Marktpool. Schon jetzt hat der Rekordmeister 28 Mio sicher.

Und das Festgeldkonto dürfte weiter wachsen. Fürs Viertelfinale gibt's von der Uefa 3,9 Mio, das Halbfinale bringt 4,9. Der Champions-League-Sieger bekommt 10,5 Mio oben drauf, der Zweite darf sich mit 6,5 Mio trösten.

Dazu kommen noch Zuschauereinnahmen. In der letzten Saison kassierten die Bayern in der Champions League 55 Mio.

Am letzten Spieltag der Gruppe D empfangen die Bayern Manchester City (10. Dezember). Der nächste Feiertag für Bayerns Festgeldkonto.


28 million =
8.6 million from Group Stage
+ 5 million from victories (1 million each)
+ 3.5 million for reaching knockout stage
+ 11 million from market pool (tv money, etc)

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