Leaders Sport Business Summit Report: Lyon revenues triple in four years

8 October 2019

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Photo: Getty Images French club Lyon believe it can break into the top 20 wealthiest clubs in European and close the gap on domestic rivals PSG, when it opens a second multi-purpose stadium in 2022 and through a drive to better understand fans.

Leaders Sport Business Summit Report: Lyon Deputy General Manager Harry Moyal explains how IT has helped the club triple revenues in four years.

Club aims for €400 million revenues as part of a five-year vision, second multi-purpose stadium set to open in 2022.

Club undergoing organisational transformation towards 360 degree view of fans and sponsors.

Lyon’s revenues have tripled to €309 million in four years following the club’s move to a new stadium - with targets to reach €400 million as part of a five-year vision.

The French club believe it can break into the top 20 wealthiest clubs in Europe and close the gap on domestic rivals PSG, when it opens a second multi-purpose stadium in 2022 and through a drive to better understand fans.

According to the latest Deloitte Football Money League, revenues of €400 million would put the club ahead of Juventus as the 11th wealthiest club in Europe.

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