Bayern Munich is set to receive more than $63M from TV money.
Bayern Munich will reportedly receive more than €47M ($63.3M) form the Bundesliga's TV money, according to the TZ. Bayern stands to rake in €47,605,378 form the German Football League's (DFL) "centralized TV marketing." Close to €37M ($49.8M) comes from domestic TV deals, with an additional €10M ($13.5M) from int'l marketing. The "national TV revenue distribution is based on a five-year ranking of all 36 professional clubs in the Bundesliga and 2nd Bundesliga." Bayern Munich "leads this ranking ahead of Borussia Dortmund," which will receive more than €36M ($48.5M). The DFL will pay out a total of €709.5M ($955.7M) during the '14-15 season, which is €57.1M ($76.9M) more than last year. Should Bayern Munich "win the title during the upcoming season or finish second," it would receive an additional €3M ($4M) or €2.5M (3.4M), respectively (TZ, 7/24