FC Bayern only makes a profit of 1.9 million euros – because of the Corona crisis!
Finance boss Jan-Christian Dreesen (54) presented the annual balance sheet for the 2020/21 corona season at the members’ meeting on Thursday evening.
Only 1.9 million euros profit after taxes (5 million before taxes)!
For comparison: In the 2019/20 season, which was partly characterized by Corona, it was only 9.8 million euros. In the previous year, the AG had posted a new record: a sensational 52.5 million euros! In comparison, the Bavarians are now raking in a whopping 50 million euros less due to the pandemic and its consequences …
After all: Bavaria makes a profit at all in times of Corona! Borussia Dortmund, on the other hand, complains about a loss of 75 million euros.
Dreesen: “Playing the entire season without a spectator means, in addition to the emotional hole, also very painful losses in sales for us. Against this background, the results achieved are to be assessed all the more positively. The association stands on a solid foundation that has now proven itself in times of crisis. “
► The “fixed deposit account” shrank from 235.9 million (2020) to 209 million!
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Photo from the good times without Corona: Jan-Christian Dreesen and President Herbert Hainer (r.) 2019 at the OktoberfestFoto: Bongarts/Getty Images
Further figures from the annual balance sheet:
► The Stadion-GmbH made 700,000 euros lousy.
► Total sales of only 643.9 million euros: Corona made the record champions take 150 million euros less – from the ticket revenues alone, 96 million euros are missing!
For comparison: the result is at the level of four years ago. The record from 2018/19: 750.4 million! Last year, 698.0 million were taken.
► The personnel costs for all employees amount to EUR 348.9 million. Accordingly, around 300 million euros were spent on the professionals!
► The AG paid 219.4 million euros in taxes.
Dreesen predicts another difficult season: “FC Bayern expects a reduced level of sales for the 2021/2022 financial year, which of course will also be reflected in the result. However, all of us at FC Bayern are doing all we can to lead our club through the crisis on a solid basis. “