FC Bayern Munich Reveal Record Turnover for 2013-14

December 1, 2014

German football giants Bayern Munich have announced a record turnover of €528.7 million with profit after tax of €16.5 million for 2013/14.

The turnover figure is a 22 per cent increase on the previous record of €432.8 million from the club’s treble winning season in 2012/13 and is the highest turnover ever by a German club.

“FC Bayern can present its members with financial results better than any the club has ever had before, viagra ” said deputy chairman and finance director Jan-Christian Dreesen at the club’s Annual General Meeting.

“There’s no question that our FC Bayern is based on unprecedented sporting and commercial foundations.”

The operating profit rose to €98.7 million, generic the Profit before tax rose to €25.9 million, with profit after tax also up to €16.5 million, meaning FC Bayern will be operating in the black for the 22nd year in a row.

Dreesen added: “On top of that, there’s the news we’ve paid off the Allianz Arena, which now belongs to FC Bayern once and for all!”

“Our shareholders can also be pleased with the situation, the AG is distributing a record dividend of €8.625 million (30 cents per share).”