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finances, revenues, transfers and salaries Eintracht Frankfurt

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Here you will find comprehensive information on Eintracht Frankfurt's finances, transfers and player salaries. 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.

General

Eintracht Frankfurt, officially known as Sportgemeinde Eintracht and abbreviated as SGE, is a sports club based in Frankfurt am Main that was founded in 1899. The football department of the club was one of the founding members of the Bundesliga in 1963 and has since been a fixture in German football. The club is one of the traditional clubs in the country and ranks eighth in the all-time Bundesliga table after 53 seasons. Eintracht Frankfurt played a total of six seasons in the 2. Bundesliga between 1996 and 2012. The club's greatest successes include winning the German championship in 1959, five DFB-Pokal victories (1974, 1975, 1981, 1988, and 2018), as well as the UEFA Cup in 1980 and the UEFA Europa League in 2022.

In addition to the football department, Eintracht Frankfurt operates another 17 departments for various sports. The club colors are red, black, and white, the club emblem shows the Frankfurt eagle, and the traditional kit consists of either black and red or black and white. The football professionals play their home games at Deutsche Bank Park (formerly Waldstadion and at times Commerzbank Arena) in the Sachsenhausen district. Near the stadium is also the ProfiCamp, a new building opened in 2021 for the club that houses the offices of the 280 employees as well as modern infrastructure facilities for the professionals. Nowadays, the first team's training takes place on an outdoor field in front of the stadium, while the club's headquarters are located at the Sportplatz am Riederwald in the Frankfurt district of Seckbach, where training also used to take place.

With 120,000 members, Eintracht Frankfurt is the seventh-largest sports club in Germany and ranks 14th worldwide.

  • Name: Eintracht Frankfurt eV

  • Seat: Frankfurt am Main, Hesse

  • Founded: March 8, 1899

  • Colours: red, black and white

  • Members: 120,000 (as of December 23, 2022)

  • Website: klub.eintracht.de

  • Football Company:

    • Name: Eintracht Frankfurt Fußball AG

      • Shareholders:

      • 67.89%: Eintracht Frankfurt eV

      • 16.81%: Friends of the Eagle GmbH

      • 7.30%: Friends of Eintracht Frankfurt AG

      • 5.00%: Herzschlag Eintracht GmbH

      • 3.00%: Steubing AG
         

  • Website: eintracht.de

  • First team:

  • Stadium: Deutsche Bank Park

  • Seats: 51,500

  • League: Bundesliga

Revenus and annual results Eintracht Frankfurt

The financial figures of Eintracht Frankfurt have shown fluctuations in recent years. Revenue increased from 109.30 million euros in the 2015/16 season to 278.10 million euros in the 2019/20 season and then decreased to 160.40 million euros in the last season of 2020/21. In the 2021/22 season, revenue increased again to 248.40 million euros.

Regarding annual results, Eintracht Frankfurt achieved a positive result of 36.89 million euros in the 2018/19 season. However, in the following three seasons of 2019/20 and 2020/21, the club recorded losses of 37.17 million euros, 9.91 million euros, and 31.90 million euros.

Revenue and annual results of Eintracht Frankfurt in the 2015/16 to 2020/21 seasons (in million euros):

Revenues:

  • Fiscal year 2021/22: 248.40

  • Fiscal year 2020/21: 160.40

  • Fiscal year 2019/20: 278.10

  • Fiscal year 2018/19: 201.40

  • Fiscal year 2017/18: 140.80

  • Fiscal year 2016/17: 110.70

  • Fiscal year 2015/16: 109.30

Annual results:

  • Fiscal year 2021/22: -31.90

  • Fiscal year 2020/21: -9.91

  • Fiscal year 2019/20: -37.17

  • Fiscal year 2018/19: 36.89

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