Olympique Lyonnais is doing well. Very well though. On Tuesday, OL Groupe unveiled the financial results of the last budget year on its official website. "Budget year 2018/2019 revenue made a new record of € 309 million, benefiting from & # 39; especially from & # 39; e participation in the & # 39; club in the Champions League this season. & Rsquo; r league ranks the men's team as last year at the 3rd place and will also play the group phase of the 2019/2020 Champions League.. As a result, the club president of Jean-Michel Aulas registered a growth of + 7%. In one year the results went from € 289.5 million (June 30, 2018) to € 309 million (June 30, 2019). In particular, it was noted that the ticketing sector generated € 41.8 million (+ € 4.5 million, + 12%) and that partnerships and advertising generated € 31.3 million (+ € 1.3 million). + 4%). The TV rights and marketing have brought them very large back to the Gones, because they raised € 122 M (+56.8 M €, + 87%).
"The sharp increase in TV rights reflects in particular the participation of a club in a group phase of the Champions League and in its 16th round of this season (Europa League in N-1). UEFA TV rights reached a record level of € 71.2 million over the year (compared to € 14.2 million in N-1) National television rights were stable over the period and amounted to € 50.8 million, compared to € 51 million in N-1, with a third place in Ligue 1 (identical rankings in N-1). "Say the Olympics. As far as player trading is concerned, the club has something to smile about. "The transfer of Ferland Mendy to Real Madrid in June for € 48 million and € 5 million in incentive (incurred in 2017 for € 5 million + € 1 million incentive + 10% on capital gains), and two transfers of more than € 10 million (Mariano Diaz and Myziane Maolida) confirm the relevance of a strategy based on the leading academy, the recruitment of young talents, and the ability of a club to take these potentials to sporting levels. developing and economical ".
OL does it well and strives even higher
It is added next: "Revenue from sales of player contracts, voluntarily reduced at the beginning of the season relative to participation in the Champions League, amounted to € 88.2 million (€ 125.3 million in N-1, including Alexandre Lacazette in Arsenal for € 50 M) ». It should be added that transfers from Tanguy Ndombele to Tottenham or from Nabil Fekir to Betis are not included in the balance since June 30, 2019. The future is clear for OL. "In 2019/2020, the Group benefits from strong visibility to its revenue thanks to the & # 39; club's qualification in a group phase of the Champions League, revenue from & # 39; half finals and finals from the World Women's Football Championship in July 2019 at Groupama Stadium, such as emerging trends, in particular on player transfer (world record transportation ($ 7 billion in 2018, + 10.3% by 2017)).
Then it is suggested: "A new game transfer record was also set in early July with the transfer of international midfielder Tanguy Ndombelé to the Tottenham club for € 60 million (+ € 10 million incentive). In addition, the transfer from Nabil Fekir to Betis was made today for € 19, 75 million (+ € 10 million incentive and 20% of a gain on a future transfer) The increase of TV rights for Ligue 1 of the 2020/2021 season (+ 60% over the period 2020/2024, or € 1.16 billion / season at € 726.5 million / year at the moment) is also an important growth for the group in the medium term. " A group that has an ambition. "Within five years, the group aims to follow its development strategy based on the concept of" full entertainment ", an integrated complex of entertainment and entertainment activities, all over the heart of football activities. 20 re-integrate European clubs on economic level, through a growth of all their income lines and to reach a level of products from the activities of € 400M. An amount fairly accessible to the club under the leadership of Jean-Michel Aulas.
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