A KPMG audit revealed that Real Madrid made a total revenue of 681.2 million euros during the 2019-2020 season. The largest number among clubs crowned with domestic titles in the six major leagues.
Although the Royal Club’s revenues fell by 8% last season. They are ahead of Germany’s Bayern Munich (€607.2 m), England’s Liverpool (€557m). And France’s Paris Saint-Germain (€540.6 m).
Italian champions Juventus had € 401.4 million in revenue. While Portugal’s Porto was the lowest of the six, earning just € 87.3 million.
The study confirmed that all champions of major competitions in Europe suffered a decline in operating profits due to the economic effects of the corona pandemic.
With so many matches canceled or without fans since March so far. The loss of match-day revenue for all major competition champions except Porto has been the biggest for these clubs. With Real Madrid suffering losses of 34.9 million euros.
Only Bayern Munich (€5.9 million) and Real Madrid (€300,000) made net profits for the 2019-2020 season, as opposed to the 2018-2019 season when all the Champions clubs made profits.
Paris Saint-Germain suffered the biggest net loss, amounting to 125.8 million euros, as the French league was the only one in major domestic competitions, which decided not to complete last season.