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Bayern Munich finances, revenues, transfers and salaries


Here you will find comprehensive information on the finances, transfers and player salaries of FC Bayern Munich. We offer you detailed insights into the club's financial situation, including revenue from merchandising, sponsorship and ticket sales, as well as spending on player transfers, salaries and infrastructure. Our website is updated regularly to ensure you are always aware of the latest developments.


FC Bayern Munich, also known as Bayern Munich or FC Bayern, is a German sports club from Munich that was founded on February 27, 1900. With 300,000 members, it is the largest sports club in the world. The club is mainly known for its football department, whose professional team has been outsourced to FC Bayern Munich AG since 2001.

FC Bayern's first men's team has played continuously in the Bundesliga since the 1965/66 season and is the record holder with 32 championship titles and 20 cup wins in Germany. On an international level, the club is one of the most successful clubs in Europe with eight European Cup victories, including six in the Champions League or the European Cup. The club won the FIFA Club World Cup and the UEFA Super Cup twice.

The club's greatest successes came in 2013 and 2020, when they won the treble. The first team has been playing their home games at the Allianz Arena since 2005, before that the Grünwalder Straße stadium and the Olympic Stadium were their home grounds.

  • Name: Bayern Munich Football Club V

  • Headquarters: Munich, Bavaria

  • Foundation: February 27, 1900

  • Colours: red and white

  • Members: 300,000

  • Football Company: FC Bayern Munich AG

  • Shareholders:

    • 75.00%: FC Bayern Munich e. V

    • 8.33%: Adidas AG

    • 8.33%: Allianz SE

    • 8.33%: Audi AG

  • Website:

  • Venue: Allianz Arena

  • Seats: 75,000

  • League: Bundesliga

Revenue and annual result of FC Bayern Munich from 2000/01 to 2021/2022

The following list shows the revenue and annual results of FC Bayern Munich from 2000/01 to 2021/22.

FC Bayern Munich is one of the most successful and well-known football clubs worldwide. In recent years, the club has been able to demonstrate high financial stability and is among the financially strongest clubs in Europe.

The list shows how the club's revenue and annual results have developed over the years.

Revenues and annual results of FC Bayern Munich from 2000/01 to 2021/2022:

  • 2021/22: EUR 639.20 million (annual result: EUR 9.30 million)

  • 2020/21: EUR 611.00 million (annual result: EUR 1.80 million)

  • 2019/20: EUR 698.00 million (annual result: EUR 9.80 million)

  • 2018/19: EUR 750.40 million (annual result: EUR 52.50 million)

  • 2017/18: EUR 657.40 million (annual result: EUR 29.50 million)

  • 2016/17: EUR 640.50 million (annual result: EUR 39.20 million)

  • 2015/16: EUR 626.80 million (annual result: EUR 30.00 million)

  • 2014/15: EUR 523.70 million (annual result: EUR 23.80 million)

  • 2013/14: EUR 528.70 million (annual result: EUR 16.50 million)

  • 2012/13: EUR 432.80 million (annual result: EUR 14.00 million)

  • 2011/12: EUR 373.40 million (annual result: EUR 11.10 million)

  • 2010/11: EUR 328.50 million (annual result: EUR 1.30 million)

  • 2009/10: EUR 350.20 million (annual result: EUR 2.90 million)

  • 2008/09: EUR 303.80 million (annual result: EUR 2.50 million)

  • 2007/08: EUR 328.40 million (annual result: EUR 2.10 million)

  • 2006/07: EUR 267.40 million (annual result: EUR 15.80 million)

  • 2005/06: EUR 217.50 million (annual result: EUR 4.80 million)

  • 2004/05: EUR 189.50 million (annual result: EUR 6.60 million)

  • 2003/04: EUR 166.30 million (annual result: EUR −3.4 million)

  • 2002/03: EUR 162.70 million (annual result: EUR 0.40 million)

  • 2001/02: EUR 176.00 million (annual result: EUR 9.80 million)

  • 2000/01: EUR 173.20 million (annual result: EUR 16.50 million)

The revenue and annual results of FC Bayern Munich from 2000/01 to 2021/22 show an overall positive development with some exceptions. In recent years, the club has been able to significantly increase its revenue, with a record revenue of 750.4 million euros in the 2019/20 season. The annual results mostly remain in the positive range, with few exceptions such as the 2003/04 season.

Compared to other clubs in Europe, FC Bayern Munich regularly tops the revenue ranking list. According to Deloitte Football Money League, the club ranked third in the 2020/21 season, behind Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. Overall, the revenue and annual results of FC Bayern Munich demonstrate the club's economic strength and its ability to compete in a highly competitive market environment.

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