Barcelona has reported that it has closed the 2022/23 financial year with a net profit of 304 million of euros after taxes, a result higher than that approved in last season’s budget. This amount has been achieved after using the third and fourth lever. During the 2022/23 season, FC Barcelona achieved, at a consolidated level, operating income of 1,259 million euros with operating expenses that rose to 1,165 million euros.
On a commercial level, with revenues of 351 million euros (+43% compared to the previous year), the club has obtained historic activity figures. The Sponsorship area has practically reached the figure of 200 million of euros and merchandising sales in the Barça Stores have amounted to 100 million euros in sales.
Eduard Romeu, economic vice president of Barcelona.
The Club’s overall facilities have closed the year with total income of 229 million, a figure 14% higher than budgeted and 8% more than what was recorded during the 2018/19 season, the last full pre-covid season. Highlights the important increase in turnover that has been registered at Spotify Camp Nouwith 121 million revenues.
On the other hand, for the budget of the 2023/24 season, the club projects some revenues of 859 million euros and a profit of 11 million before taxes framed within the Viability Plan. The Board shows its conviction to end the current year with green numbers despite the reduction in ordinary income derived from the reduction in season tickets and regular ticket sales as a result of the move to Montjuïc.
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