Juventus have increased their revenue but remain in 10th place in the annual Deloitte Money League rankings.
The Money League, now in it’s 21st edition, ranks the world’s highest earning football clubs based on a variety of metrics both financial and non-financial, including attendance, worldwide fan base, broadcast audience and on-pitch success.
The Bianconeri have ranked 10th for the 4th year in a row with a revenue growth of 20% with revenue from broadcast (58% of Juve’s total) driven upward by a record distribution from UEFA of €110.4m, despite losing to Real Madrid in the Champions League Final.
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A brief overview from the report [Deloitte]