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finances, revenues, transfers and salaries VfB Stuttgart

Here you will find extensive information on finances, transfers and player salaries from VfB Stuttgart. 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

VfB Stuttgart is a sports club from the Stuttgart district of Bad Cannstatt. With 76,700 members, it is the largest sports club in Baden-Württemberg and the tenth largest in Germany. It is ranked 21st worldwide. The most well-known is the football department, which was spun off into VfB Stuttgart 1893 AG in 2017, which is majority-owned by the club. The first team has won a total of five German championships (1950, 1952, 1984, 1992 and 2007) and three DFB cups (1954, 1958, 1997). In the all-time Bundesliga table, VfB is in fourth place. 

In addition to the football department, VfB Stuttgart also operates amateur sports departments. Athletes from the athletics department have won numerous titles and medals. The hockey department is the club's second largest department. In fistball, VfB won several German senior championships around 2005. There are also sections for soccer referees and table tennis. A traditional department, the VfB Guard, also exists.

The home games of the first football team of VfB Stuttgart are played in the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Neckarpark. Right next to the stadium, behind the Untertürkheim curve on the opposite side of Fritz-Walter-Weg, is the club's premises with the Robert Schlienz stadium, training grounds and the clubhouse.

  • Name: Club for Movement Games Stuttgart 1893 e. V

  • Headquarters: Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg

  • Foundation: September 9, 1893

  • Colours: white-red

  • President: Claus Vogt
     

  • Football Company:

  • Name: VfB Stuttgart 1893 AG

  • Shareholders:

    • 87.23%: VfB Stuttgart e. V

    • 11.61%: Mercedes-Benz Group

    • 1.16%: Jako AG

  • Website: vfb.de

  • Venue: Mercedes-Benz Arena

  • Seats: 60,449

  • League: Bundesliga

Revenues and annual results VfB Stuttgart

VfB Stuttgart's revenues have fluctuated in recent years, with a high of €172 million in the 2019/20 financial year and a low of €77 million in the 2006/07 financial year. In the last two years, the club has reported losses, with an annual result of -1.13 million euros in financial year 2021/22 and a loss of 28.26 million euros in financial year 2020/21. In the last pre-Corona year, the club was able to record a profit of 9.95 million euros.

Revenues of VfB Stuttgart in the financial years 2005/06 to 2021/22 in million euros:

  • Fiscal year 2021/22: 140.40

  • Fiscal year 2020/21: 97.60

  • Fiscal year 2019/20: 172.00

  • Fiscal year 2018/19: 154.40

  • Fiscal year 2017/18: 112.50

  • Fiscal year 2016/17: 132.50

  • Fiscal year 2015/16: 125.50

  • Fiscal year 2014/15: 107.70

  • Fiscal year 2013/14: 114.80

  • Fiscal year 2012/13: 109.20

  • Fiscal year 2011/12: 117.00

  • Fiscal year 2010/11: 114.80

  • Fiscal year 2009/10: 145.84

  • Fiscal year 2008/09: 98.68

  • Fiscal year 2007/08: 132.38

  • Fiscal year 2006/07: 77.34

  • Fiscal year 2005/06: 81.78

Annual results of VfB Stuttgart in the financial years 2019/20 to 2021/22 in million euros:

  • Fiscal year 2021/22: -1.13

  • Fiscal year 2020/21: -28.26

  • Fiscal year 2019/20: 9.95

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