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finances, revenues, transfers and salaries Juventus FC

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Here you will find extensive information on Juventus 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

Juventus Football Club, often referred to simply as Juventus FC or Juve, is an Italian football club, founded in 1897 and based in the Piedmontese capital of Turin. In Germany, the club is often referred to as Juventus Turin.

Other Juventus nicknames include La Vecchia Signora ('The Old Lady') and I Bianconeri ('The White-Blacks').

Juventus is one of the most successful football clubs in the world and is Italy's record champion, having officially won 36 Scudetti (Italian championship titles). The club's home ground is Juventus Stadium, which opened in 2011.

Juventus Football Club is one of three Italian football companies listed on the Borsa Italiana (Italian Stock Exchange).

In the spring of 2006 it became known that the then manager of the Italian football club Juventus Turin, Luciano Moggi, had wiretapping protocols with various officials of the Italian football association. The public prosecutor's office initiated investigations and the entire board of directors of the association around Moggi resigned. In July 2006, Juventus was convicted by the Italian Football Federation of "structured sports fraud" and lost the league titles of the 2004/05 and 2005/06 seasons. The club also had to compete in Serie B with a point deduction of 30 points. Juventus appealed and the penalty was reduced to 17 points. This caused resentment as Juventus had to be relegated unlike other clubs involved such as AC Milan, Fiorentina and Lazio. The club management wanted to go to civil court, but FIFA President Sepp Blatter threatened draconian penalties. Eventually, Juventus decided to accept the verdict. Some top performers left the club after relegation, but with a mix of experienced and young players, Juventus won the Serie B championship and rose again.

In the 2016/17 season, Juventus reached the final of the Champions League again and once again faced Real Madrid. Although Mario Mandžukić was able to level Cristiano Ronaldo's early 1-0 deficit within minutes of the game, Juventus eventually lost 4-1. This was the club's seventh defeat in the ninth European Cup and Champions League final and set the negative record in the competition.

On November 28, 2022, the Board of Directors, including the President and Vice President, resigned. Maurizio Scanavino, CEO of the newspaper publishing group GEDI, will temporarily lead the association as general director. The reason for the resignation is the association's desolate financial situation and investigations by the public prosecutor's office into suspected accounting fraud.

On January 20, 2023, the Italian Football Federation (FIGC) deducted 15 points from the club due to a decision. Juventus are accused of knowingly attributing false market values to some players in the past. In the years 2018, 2019 and 2020 alone, the club's balance sheet is said to have been improved by more than 100 million euros. The FIGC sports tribunal had previously acquitted Juventus and other clubs on these charges, but the case was reopened following new findings from prosecutors. In addition to the deduction of points, the former club bosses were also punished individually. Ex-President Andrea Agnelli has been banned from any activity in Italian football for two years and former Vice-President Pavel Nedved for eight months. Ex-CEO Fabio Paratici was suspended for 30 months.

  • Name: Juventus Football Club SpA

  • Headquarters: Turin, Italy

  • Founded: November 1, 1897

  • Colours: white, black

  • Shareholders:

    • 63.8%: Exor NV

    • 24.8%: free float

    • 11.4%: Lindsell Train Ltd.

  • Website: juventus.com

  • Venue: Juventus Stadium

  • Seats: 41,507

  • League: Serie A

Revenues and annual results Juventus FC

The Italian football club Juventus Turin has been struggling with sporting problems for some time. While the side had dominated Serie A for almost a decade between 2012 and 2020, they have lost out to clubs from Milan in the last two seasons. The coach Massimiliano Allegri is currently even backing football at home in the "Juventus Stadium", but this brings moderate success. 

The bad news was recently completed by the board of directors of the major Turin club, which announced a record loss of 254.3 million euros in the 2021/22 financial year in its communiqué. After the negative balance of 209.9 million euros in the 2020/21 season, this is the second loss in a row for the "Old Lady". Several factors played a role in the financial fiasco, including losses in audience revenue (from €71m to €32m) and merchandising due to the pandemic, as well as a drop in player transfers while player salaries increased (to €352m). And this despite the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, whose net salary of 31 million euros had a significant impact on the balance sheet during his three seasons in Turin.

However, the old lady's financial situation is anything but precarious. Thanks to two capital increases totaling 700 million euros, the Juventus steamer is still in safe waters. The debt burden was reduced from 464 million euros in 2019 to currently 153 million euros. The continued existence is guaranteed by the Agnelli family with its revenues from the automotive industry (Stellantis Group) and the financial sector (Exor).

Andrea Agnelli, nephew of the legendary Gianni Agnelli, has presided over Juventus FC since 2010. The 46-year-old would like to establish the Piedmontese side as one of Europe's top clubs in the long term and, together with Real President Florentino Pérez, was one of the most vehement advocates of the closed European Superliga.

However, there has been no more padding and messing around in Serie A for a long time. And so creative solutions are also required for the former Croesus. For example, Juventus has agreed with Fiorentina that last year's transfers of Federico Chiesa (€40m) and Dušan Vlahović (€70m) can be paid off first with a loan fee and then in installments over several years. Returnees like Paul Pogba, Angel di Maria, Leandro Paredes and Arkadiusz Milik have all joined this summer on a free transfer or on loan.

On November 28, 2022, the board, including the President and Vice President, resigned. Maurizio Scanavino, CEO of the newspaper publishing group GEDI, temporarily took over the management of the association as general director. The background to the resignation is the desolate financial situation and investigations by the public prosecutor's office into suspected accounting fraud.

On 20 January 2023, the club were deducted 15 points following a decision by the Italian Football Federation (FIGC). The Turiners are accused of having deliberately attributed false market values to some players in the past. In the years 2018, 2019 and 2020 alone, the club's balance sheet is said to have been improved by more than 100 million euros. The FIGC sports court had already acquitted Juve and other clubs because of these allegations, but resumed the proceedings due to new findings by the public prosecutor. In addition to the deduction of points, the former club bosses were also punished individually. Ex-President Andrea Agnelli has been banned from any activity in Italian football for two years and former Vice-President Pavel Nedved for eight months. Ex-CEO Fabio Paratici was suspended for 30 months. The turnover list below can therefore under certain circumstances not be regarded as correct.

Here is the list of Juventus Turin revenues from the financial years 2005/06 to 2021/22 in million euros:

  • 2021/22: 443.00

  • 2020/21: 434.00

  • 2019/20: 399.00

  • 2018/19: 460.00

  • 2017/18: 395.00

  • 2016/17: 406.00

  • 2015/16: 339.00

  • 2014/15: 324.00

  • 2013/14: 279.00

  • 2012/13: 272.00

  • 2011/12: 195.00

  • 2010/11: 154.00

  • 2009/10: 205.00

  • 2008/09: 203.00

  • 2007/08: 168.00

  • 2006/07: 141.00

  • 2005/06: 231.00

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