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SBD Global/October 23, 2013/Finance
1860 Munich Reveals €6.3M Loss In '11-12; VfL Bochum Unveils €1.25M Profit In '12-13
Published October 23, 2013
BOCHUM: KICKER reported 2nd Bundesliga club VfL Bochum has generated a profit of €1.25M during the previous season. Opposite revenue of €27.55M, the club had expenditures of €26.3M during the '12-13 season. Those expenditures included payroll costs of €8.8M. The club "expects to further increase its financial situation" and calculates with a profit of about €2.6M for the current season (KICKER, 10/21).