Only Six Serie A Clubs Made Profit During '12-13 Football Season
La Gazzetta dello Sport found only six Serie A clubs "ran at a profit last year," while Inter lost €82.7M, according to FOOTBALL ITALIA. Only six sides "avoided a deficit, while there are still huge debts" all around the league. Udinese is "the best run club in Italy," making a profit of €32.3M in '12-13, followed by Napoli with €8.1M. Inter Milan holds "the record for the worst accounts," as it ran at a loss of €82.7M in '12-13. It is "still an improvement" on the €89.8M losses from the previous season. Juventus had "the highest revenue, mainly thanks to owning their own stadium," with €274.8M, but also "the second highest expenditure" at €286.8M. Of the other top clubs, AC Milan "ran at a loss" of €6.9M and "had the most expenses" at €324M. Lazio lost €5.9M and Roma €40.1M (FOOTBALL ITALIA, 3/8).