Ajax's Champions League run doubles the club's income 

2 October 2019

Photo: Getty Images Ajax reached the semifinal of the UEFA Champions League, beating Real Madrid and Juventus in the knock-out stages.

Ajax's sporting success shows in their financial accounts - the club have doubled their income. 

Despite winning a domestic double, the club's turnover from TV and digital revenues took a slight dip. 

Christian Fomsgaard Jensen cfj@offthepitch.com

Ajax have published some impressive financial results following a season with great sporting success, including winning the domestic double and reaching the UEFA Champions League semi-final. 

For the fiscal year ending on 30th June 2019, the club's income more than doubled year on year from €93 million to €199.5 million. This meant the club also registered a club-record post-tax profit of €51.9 million and an operating profit of €43.3 million, according to SportsPro Media. 

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