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Juve first in football in Italy by revenue, Milan surpasses Inter - News

2024-01-25T08:47:32.439Z

Highlights: Juve first in football in Italy by revenue, Milan surpasses Inter. Juventus confirms itself as the top Italian football club in terms of turnover. Real Madrid is back in first place with record revenues of 831 million. Overall, the clubs in Deloitte's 'Moneyleague' recorded a record turnover of 10.5 billion, an increase of 14% compared to the 9.2 billion of the 2021/22 season. The report has long drawn up the ranking of the 20 football clubs that generate the highest revenues at a global level.


Juventus confirms itself as the first Italian football club in terms of turnover, remaining in eleventh place in the world but with an increase in its revenues of 8% to 432 million. (HANDLE)


Juventus confirms itself as the top Italian football club in terms of turnover, remaining in eleventh place in the world but with an increase in its revenues of 8% to 432 million.

This is attested by the 27th edition of the Football moneyleague on the 2022/23 season, the report drawn up by Deloitte's Sportsbusiness group which has long drawn up the ranking of the 20 football clubs that generate the highest revenues at a global level.


    Leap forward for Milan, moving from 16th overall position to 13th, reaching 385 million in revenues (+50% compared to the 2021/22 season), also thanks to the strong revenues from the Champions League.


    Inter are stable in 14th place, with an increase of almost 50 million in turnover to 379 million (+23% compared to the previous season), with Napoli which is one of the three 'new entries' in the Top 20 of this edition with total revenues moreover 267 million, an increase of 71%.


    At a global level, Real Madrid is back in first place with record revenues of 831 million and an increase of 118 million compared to the previous year.

Overall, the clubs in Deloitte's 'Moneyleague' recorded a record turnover of 10.5 billion, an increase of 14% compared to the 9.2 billion of the 2021/22 season.


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