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2018/2019 fiscal year

Record turnover and profit for FC Bayern

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FC Bayern achieved a sustained rise in turnover and profit in the 2018/19 season. The turnover figure for FC Bayern München Group rose by 14.1 percent from $723.96 million in the 2017/18 season to $826.38 million in the 2018/19 season.

Profit before tax (EBT) rose by 63.0 percent from $50.88 to $82.92 million, whereas profit after tax stood at $57.82 million rising by 78.0 percent ($32.49 million in 2017/18). These are record numbers for FC Bayern. FC Bayern München AG’s equity capital rose to $547.76 million.

An overview of the numbers:

FC Bayern München Group
Turnover in  2018 / 2019 $826.38 million
Operating profit (EBITDA) $160.89 million
Profit before tax (EBT) $82.92 million
Profit after tax (annual surplus) $57.82 million

FC Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge said: “Of course we are extremely pleased with FC Bayern’s financial development. Both the turnover and the profit rose to new records. FC Bayern’s development is outstanding, both in a sporting and financial sense. I would like to thank my fellow board members Jan-Christian Dreesen, Andreas Jung and Jörg Wacker, as well as the entire Supervisory Board, headed by Uli Hoeneß, for their very good and trustful cooperation. Special thanks go to all our staff for their commitment that has led to this very gratifying result. The board has paid the staff two additional monthly salaries as a bonus to thank them.”

Bayern’s deputy chairman Jan-Christian Dreesen said: “As well as the increases in turnover and profit, the improvement of the equity capital is very positive. The ratio rose by 9.7 percent to 68 percent. That shows how healthy and sound FC Bayern is financially. All of the club’s departments have contributed to this very gratifying result. Income from matches and TV rights has risen, and we have achieved record numbers regarding sponsorship income. In terms of merchandising, we have stabilized FC Bayern’s turnover despite the decline throughout Europe. I would like to thank CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, my fellow board members Andreas Jung and Jörg Wacker, and the entire Supervisory Board for this extraordinary achievement and the good and trustful cooperation. Moreover, I would like to thank all our staff for their great commitment. This result would not have been possible without them.”

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