Bayern present club-record profit for the 2018/19 season

11 September 2019

Photo: Getty Images Bayern's turnover stood at $826.4 million, a 14.1 per cent increase from 2017/18.

A steady rise across all accounts is a sign of good financial health for the German champions.

The club's deputy chairman cited a rise in matchday income, a better TV rights deal and "record numbers" regarding sponsorships as the reason.

Emil Gjerding Nielson

Happy days at Bayern Münich as the club have presented sound financial key figures for the past season, citing growth in sponsorship and matchday income, among other things. 

The club's pre-tax profit rose to $82.9 million, up 63 per cent from the season before, while Bayern's profit after tax rose by 78 per cent to $57.8 million. The club said those numbers were record numbers for them.

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