With media revenues of 90.2 million euros, FC Bayern Munich is once again in first place in the money list. This is from the dem table football available planning figures from the German Football League (DFL).
They are followed by the Champions League participants Borussia Dortmund (80.1 million), RB Leipzig (78.3 million), Bayer Leverkusen (75.5 million) and Eintracht Frankfurt (73.5 million).
Compared to the last year of the last legal cycle, however, the Bundesliga clubs are closer together. While Bayern still separated 71.1 million euros from Arminia Bielefeld, who was bottom of the table at the time, in the 2020/21 season, they are 56.9 million euros ahead of VfL Bochum in the current season.
Union Berlin made the biggest leap forward in the recent past, improving its ranking from 17th to 10th in the last two years with 54.9 million euros.
A total of 1.053 billion euros will flow to the 18 first division clubs in the 2022/23 season, in the last game year of the previous cycle (2020/21) it was more than 100 million euros with 1.189 billion euros.
However, the revenues from the media contract concluded by Christian Seifert in June 2020 will continue to increase within the four-year cycle in accordance with the contract. The numbers for 2022/23 could get loud table football due to imponderables in the pillars “Young Talent” and “Interest”.