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TV revenue of all 18 top division clubs for the 2023/24 season

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TV revenue of all 18 top division clubs for the 2023/24 season

The 18 Bundesliga clubs will collect over one billion euros in TV money in the coming 2023/24 season. SPOX shows which club skims the most – and whether it is more than in the past season.

The income from national and international marketing is distributed by the DFL to the 36 professional clubs in the 1st and 2nd Bundesliga – a large part of it goes to the German upper house. The table football has calculated the sums that the teams can expect.

Each Bundesliga club initially receives 26 million euros from national TV revenues and three million euros from international TV revenues.

The participants in the European Cups can look forward to additional income. These are awarded in a five-year evaluation. That means: Whoever has played internationally at least once in the past five years will be rewarded. Bayern will collect around 19 million euros in the coming season, but Eintracht from Frankfurt will also receive a strong 13.2 million.

In addition, several national five- and ten-year rankings also play a role. The youth work and the interest of the fans are also rewarded. You can read more about it here.

Here is an overview of all 18 Bundesliga clubs. The totals can still change slightly due to the talents used in the coming season.

TV revenue, 18th place: SV Darmstadt 98

Season 2023/24: 32.5 million euros (17.9 million more than 22/23)

TV revenue, 17th place: 1. FC Heidenheim

Season 2023/24: 36.1 million euros (22.5 million more than 22/23)

TV revenue, 16th place: VfL Bochum

Season 2023/24: 38.4 million euros (5.1 million more than 22/23)

TV revenue, 15th place: Werder Bremen

Season 2023/24: 41.5 million euros (4.7 million more than 22/23)

TV revenue, 14th place: VfB Stuttgart

Season 2023/24: 43.9 million euros (2.2 million more than 22/23)

TV revenue, 13th place: FC Augsburg

Season 2023/24: 45.3 million euros (1.1 million more than 22/23)

TV revenue, 12th place: 1. FC Köln

Season 2023/24: 51.7 million euros (0.8 million more than 22/23)

TV revenue, 11th place: 1. FSV Mainz 05

Season 2023/24: 52.2 million euros (same as 22/23)

TV revenue, 10th place: TSG Hoffenheim

Season 2023/24: 55.9 million euros (7.1 million less than 22/23)

TV revenue, 9th place: Borussia Mönchengladbach

Season 2023/24: 60.6 million euros (6.1 million less than 22/23)

TV revenue, 8th place: VfL Wolfsburg

Season 2023/24: 62.5 million euros (1.8 million less than 22/23)

TV revenue, 7th place: SC Freiburg

Season 2023/24: 64.1 million euros (7.8 million more than 22/23)

TV revenue, 6th place: 1. FC Union Berlin

Season 2023/24: 66.0 million euros (11.1 million more than 22/23)

TV revenue, 5th place: Eintracht Frankfurt

Season 2023/24: 74.1 million euros (0.6 million more than 22/23)

TV revenue, 4th place: RB Leipzig

Season 2023/24: 77.6 million euros (0.7 million less than 22/23)

TV revenue, 3rd place: Bayer 04 Leverkusen

Season 2023/24: 78.5 million euros (3 million more than 22/23)

TV revenue, 2nd place: Borussia Dortmund

  • Season 2023/24: 80.8 million euros (0.7 million more than 22/23)

TV revenue, 1st place: Bayern Munich

  • Season 2023/24: 90.0 million euros (0.2 million less than 22/23)

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