lunes, 27 de mayo de 2013

TOP-30 FOOTBALL CLUBS BY REVENUES

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We have gathered the 30 football clubs generate more income in the world. Grouped by country are:

-4 Of Spain totaling 1.2146 billion
England -11 totaling 2.2136 billion
-5 From Germany totaling 956.3 million
Italy -5 totaling 902 500 000
-2 In France totaling 267.6 million
-1 Of Portugal, the Netherlands and Turkey, respectively, 111.1, 104.1 and 95.1

We also added the non-European club with more income, Corinthians, whose budget is already comparable to medium teams in the majors.


(See table)




CLUB
TOTAL INCOME
TOTAL REVENUES
REAL MADRID CF
512.6
FC BARCELONA
483
MANCHESTER UNITED
395.9
FC BAYERN MUNICH
368.4
CHELSEA FC
322.6
ARSENAL FC
290.3
MANCHESTER CITY
285.6
AC MILAN
256.9
LIVERPOOL FC
233.2
JUVENTUS FC
195.4
BVB DORTMUND
189.1
INTERNAZIONALE
178.2
TOTTENHAM Hotspur FC
178.2
GELSENKIRCHEN-FC Schalke 04
174.5
SSC NAPOLI
148.4
OLYMPIQUE MARSEILLE
135.7
Olympique Lyonnais
131.9
HAMBURG SV
121.1
AS ROMA
115.9
NEWCASTLE UNITED FC
115.3
VALENCIA CF
111.1
Atletico Madrid
107.9
AFC AJAX AMSTERDAM
104.1
VfB Stuttgart
103.2
EVERTON FC
99.5
ASTON VILLA FC
98.6
FULHAM FC
98.0
SUNDERLAND AFC
96.4
GALATASARAY SK
95.1

SC CORINTHIANS PAULISTA
94.1


BRIEF ANALYSIS BY COUNTRY:

SPAIN
The two big league so are in Europe, and between them almost 11 silt ideal of UEFA. But the imbalance caused by the television division operates in three phases, first by establishing a barrier to competition, second by generating greater expectation that this means more sponsorship and merchandising revenue and third impairing the interest of fans of the teams medium that empty stadiums.
However, income is not usually reflect the weight of debt and Spanish teams are an example of waste and mismanagement that eventually ends up affecting income. An example would be to compare the Borussia Dortmund and Valencia, two very equivalent aspirations and hobby. In 2007 their presupustos amounted to 96 and 108 million, respectively. In five years the team has doubled its budget Westphalia while Valencia remain about the same.

ENGLAND
More than a third of the teams in the table are English and from next year will half. English football is, in turn, generated the most money at the box office in stadiums, which sells more merchandise and more TV rights deals. The United will overtake Barca in less than 2 seasons and probably reach Madrid in three years. The upper middle class begins to haunt and exceed 300 million shortly. Some clubs like Tottenham tutean medium and continental giants and even small Premier overlook the table.
The great expense of foreign investors not only raise the level of all clubs but long term feedback and ultimately generate business income. The City, for example, generates 138.5 million per year for this purpose, much more than the repayment of all players booked in the last five years.

GERMANY
It is definitely more healthy league. They have the handicap of a low cast television, although fully profitable and adjusted to market. Thanks to legislation that limits borrowing and external presence in the shareholding, all equipment is maintained perfectly sanitized and often undertake many signings once, no loans or repayments.
The comparison with Germany highlights the financial doping of two of the League. With nearly twice the population, with a significantly higher income, with average stadium attendance much higher, with 6 times more federated, the German television market is 30% lower than the Spanish. If television rights were swapped Bayern Real Madrid and the Spanish team was about 400 million budget and 480 German.
The expected decline in Italian and Spanish teams will allow medium teams keep climbing spots to hold alongside the British in the European elite. Except for Hamburg, all German teams of the table get more revenue from their UEFA national operators.

ITALY
As in Spain have a television market inflated and poorly distributed and attendance at their stadiums is bleak.
His big hard meanders through the top-10 in the coming years and the outflow is constant players other leagues.

FRANCE
A few years ago threatened to become the 4th league in Europe, but soon lag behind Russia and Brazil.Pending that investments dark PSG Paris team can elevate the European elite, most powerful teams struggle to compete with the median of the strongest leagues. The work of promotion of young Africans who lifted a few years ago are becoming quarry other competitions.

PORTUGAL
Were it not for the strange episode Olympique Lyon 7-1 last year would have sister country overtaken France in the UEFA ranking. Some of their equipment are authentic examples of sports management capitalizing most of the gigantic human resources involving medium and small teams of Brasileiro.

NETHERLANDS
Definitely lost forever the strength they enjoyed on the continent in those days when television markets did not interfere in the creation of artificial giants. The Netherlands only have just under half of the Spanish population but significantly higher per capita income and despite the most powerful club that is 5 times poorer than great in our league.
It is still a large pool of brilliant players thanks to the network of subsidiaries by other continents.
There is talk of creating a unified league Benelux.

TURKEY
Over the years, the second most populous country in Europe will finally have a place among the greats of the continent. His sole representative in this table, Galatasaray, will be investing heavily in the coming years, accentuating the trend towards the creation of national giants to compete at European level.

BRAZIL
Actually Corinthians fails to go into the table but it is significant to introduce in the analysis because contrary to what happened in the past, revenues from sales of players and not the bulk of the income of the Brazilian clubs. We talk about a country that will soon exceed 200 million people, with an economy growing at a good pace and a very great love of football in all sectors, so it is inevitable that in a decade the Brazilian football market runs from 5 world's largest and one of their teams aspire to sneak into the top 10.
The high signings of players like Lucas Moura and resistance to transfer Neymar Santos announced that in the future will be easier to see European players in Brazil and Brazilian players harder in Europe.For now, already compete with European clubs attracting the talent of the South American leagues.

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