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Bayern Munich Announces Record-Breaking Revenue Of €641M In '16-17

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 10 / 24 / 17

Bayern Munich announced "record-breaking revenue" of €640.6M for the '16-17 season and post-tax profits of €39.2M, which represented an 18.6% increase from the previous season, according to Jason York of BAVARIAN FOOTBALL WORKS. CFO Jan-Christian Dreesen said that Bayern's elimination...

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