Manchester United and Bayern Munich reported this week incredible financial figures. The Red Devils reported a double digit gains at merchandise business while the Bavarian club has set record revenue figures for last year’s football season.
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Bundesliga and UEFA Champions League winner Bayern Munich has concrete plans to open regional offices in China and New York.
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The Bavarian giants gained almost 30,000 registered members last season to move closer to Benfica, who have the most affiliates in Europe.
Clubs involved in the 2012/13 UEFA Champions League shared €904.6m in participation, TV pool and performance-related revenue as the figures released by UEFA show.
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Football’s European governing body Uefa will show the Champions League final between Bayern Munich and Chelsea on 19 May live on a giant screen at Bayern’s old home, the Olympic Stadium, to a paying crowd of 65,000 fans.
Forbes valued the Barclays Premier League champion at US$2.235 billion, a 20% increase on last year. United has topped the list since it first began in 2004 and its global fan base of some 330 million grants it the title of sport’s most valuable team, $385 million ahead of Major League Baseball’s New York Yankees and the National Football League’s Dallas Cowboys.
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