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2013/2014 Barclays Premier League Shirt Sponsors0

slide_premier At the beginning of the 2013/2014 season there were some changes in the current shirt sponsors of Barclays Premier League clubs. Simultaneously, most of the annual figures have also been updated.Saiba mais

The Clubs of the 2013/14 Champions League Group Stage0

uefa_champions_league_fase_grupos In the document below, we present the amounts received in the past four years by the 32 teams participating in the 2013/2014 edition of UEFA Champions League. These values ​​allow us to assess the differences between and within groups.Saiba mais

Lineup Changes – Last Matchday of 2012/13 vs. Matchday 1 of 2013/140

tactics-board1 Typically, certain leagues present a very significant players rotation between national and foreign clubs. This situation tends to occur mainly in leagues considered less competitive and known as markets in which clubs aim to develop young talents and sell them to teams with more financial power. In this sense, Football Industry compared clubs' lineups on the last matchday of 2012/2013 with the ones presented on matchday 1 of 2013/2014. We analyzed the following competitions: Bundesliga (Germany), Liga BBVA (Spain), Ligue 1 (France), Eredivisie (Netherlands), Barclays Premier League (England) and Liga ZON Sagres (Portugal).Saiba mais

Season Tickets Prices in 2013/20140

3 Season tickets are an important part of what is considered the core business of football clubs: matchday revenues. Although this flow has been losing weight compared to commercial revenues and television rights (in 2011/2012 only represented between 14% and 28% of Deloitte Football Money League's clubs figures), especially in the case of most renowned clubs, the amounts received for season tickets are very important in an early stage of the season (in most cases are paid in cash) and provide a minimum guarantee of attendance throughout the year.Saiba mais

UEFA Champions League and Europa League’s Market Pool0

uefa_market_pool Market Pool is the variable component of the bonus awarded by UEFA to clubs participating in the Champions League and Europa League. This amount is distributed taking into account the size of the TV market in the clubs' country of origin, the position reached in the domestic league in the previous season and the number of matches played in the current edition of the UEFA competitions.Saiba mais