Deloitte Football Money League 2019

Colonel Dax

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https://www.theguardian.com/football/2019/jan/24/real-madrid-barcelona-overtake-manchester-united-football-top-earners-deloitte-money-league

Tottenham have moved into the top 10. Overtaken Juventus and just behind 9th placed Arsenal.

(this is based on overall club revenue in 2017-18 and obviously doesn't take account of things like our stadium debt).

2017-18 revenue in £m (v 2016-17 revenue)
1) Real Madrid 665.2 (579.7) – up from 2 last year
2) Barcelona 661.6 (557.1) – up from 3
3) Manchester United 590 (581.2) – down from 1
4) Bayern Munich 557.4 (505.1) – unchanged
5) Manchester City 503.5 (453.5) – unchanged
6) Paris Saint-Germain 479.9 (417.8) – up from 7
7) Liverpool 455.1 (364.5) – up from 9
8) Chelsea 448 (367.8) – unchanged
9) Arsenal 389.1 (419) – down from 6
10) Tottenham Hotspur 379.4 (308.9) – up from 11
11) Juventus 349.8 (348.6) – down from 10
12) Borussia Dortmund 281 (285.8) – unchanged
13) Atlético Madrid 269.6 (234.2) – unchanged
14) Internazionale 248.7 (225.2) – up from 15
15) Roma 221.5 (147.6) – new entry
16) Schalke 216 (197.8) – unchanged
17) Everton 188.6 (171.2) – up from 20
18) Milan 184 (164.7) – new entry
19) Newcastle United 178.5 (85.7) – new entry
20) West Ham 175.3 (183.3) – down from 17
 

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Nice to know that our success on the field is finally moving some things revenue wise as well, at least compared to the Arse.
 

bubble07

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Another CL campaign for us and Europa for the scum should see us above them in 12 months
 

King of Otters

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The impact of moving from WHL to Wembley. Looks like the ground was holding us back after all.
 

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Will this put to bed the claims of "highest matchday receipts in world football"? I doubt it.

We had the biggest jump of matchday revenue with the move to Wembley and hopefully those sorts of figures will remain once we are in the new stadium. The capacity will be lower but I imagine that a proportion of food and drink sales (or maybe just renting those spaces) will be headed our way.

The matchday figure for City is a bit surprising. I guess that's the oil money subsidising the ticket price.
 

tototoner

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Will this put to bed the claims of "highest matchday receipts in world football"? I doubt it.

We had the biggest jump of matchday revenue with the move to Wembley and hopefully those sorts of figures will remain once we are in the new stadium. The capacity will be lower but I imagine that a proportion of food and drink sales (or maybe just renting those spaces) will be headed our way.

The matchday figure for City is a bit surprising. I guess that's the oil money subsidising the ticket price.
I am sure we'll make more from corporate in newWHL than we do at Wembley
 

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With the move into the new stadium the club revenues will increase further.
 

coys200

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Will stick this in here. Wembley saw matchday reach €85m. I’d expect new stadium to at least match Arsenal and likely surpass it. With the number of quality food outlets we could be looking at €110-120m then add in naming rights and NFL/16 non football we will zoom pass Arsenal and be very close to Liverpool/ Chelsea.
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Seeing that we've now gone past Juventus let's compare the two, knowing that both clubs have either just finished their new stadium or is in the process of building it, so it's more or less the same prerequisites:

Tottenham:
Struggles to allocate funds to sign Championship players such as Grealish and allegedly Maddison/Bowen etc. Not even going to bother listing the likes of Martial, De Ligt and De Jong who we all have been linked with to various degrees.

Juventus:
Signs the likes of Ronaldo for 100m+ and probably pays him 400-500k/week.
Signs Ramsay on a free with 300k/week.

Am I being too negative? Feel like i've woken up on the wrong side today, nervous for tonight. :shifty:
 

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Seeing that we've now gone past Juventus let's compare the two, knowing that both clubs have either just finished their new stadium or is in the process of building it, so it's more or less the same prerequisites:

Tottenham:
Struggles to allocate funds to sign Championship players such as Grealish and allegedly Maddison/Bowen etc. Not even going to bother listing the likes of Martial, De Ligt and De Jong who we all have been linked with to various degrees.

Juventus:
Signs the likes of Ronaldo for 100m+ and probably pays him 400-500k/week.
Signs Ramsay on a free with 300k/week.

Am I being too negative? Feel like i've woken up on the wrong side today, nervous for tonight. :shifty:
Juve aren't building a new mega money stadium in order to keep those revenues high
 

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I would imagine juventus are on the very edge of FFP. The ironic thing is that considering FFP is calculated over 3 seasons and our net spend is basically £0 combined with increased revenue we could probably spend £500m without anyone batting an eyelid.
 

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I can never understand why Juve built a new ground a few years ago with a capacity of 40k. They are the Man Utd of Italy and could easily fill 60-70k
Juve are the most supported team in Italy, but they don't monopolise the same level of support in Turin. Added to the fact attendances in Italy are relatively low compared to the other top European leagues.
 

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I would imagine juventus are on the very edge of FFP. The ironic thing is that considering FFP is calculated over 3 seasons and our net spend is basically £0 combined with increased revenue we could probably spend £500m without anyone batting an eyelid.
Nowhere near.
 

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I can never understand why Juve built a new ground a few years ago with a capacity of 40k. They are the Man Utd of Italy and could easily fill 60-70k
Because everyone hated the Delle Alpi, if you think the London OS is bad the Delle Alpi was absolutely shocking as a football stadium. Attendences were poor, with most games barely being half sold and a lot of games being significantly less than half full. As part of Juve's ongoing rebranding/regeneration, they built a new stadium at a smaller capacity so that it would be full all the time, and built it square to the pitch, citing the English-style stadiums as the inspiration, in the hope that it would generate more atmosphere etc. The new stadium was one of the best decisions they ever made to be honest.

With regards to their fanbase, they're the most supported club in Italy in terms of having really nationwide support, but within Turin itself they split support with Torino and don't have anything like the same draw as Man Utd do.
 
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