Real Madrid is expected to earn about a billion euros in 2023

Amazing: The renovation of the Bernabeu has definitely paid off for the whites, who are supposed to pocket huge sums of broadcasting rights, products and renting the field for events on days when the team is not playing.

After extensive renovations took place at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in the summer of 2019, Real Madrid had to play at the Alfredo Di Stefano Stadium, which serves as the reserve team. Recently, the team returned to play at the revamped Bernabeu, and according to a report on ‘ABC’ in Spain the refurbishment and time in which the team did not play in its home stadium is going to pay off for it and hugely.

The Blancos will bring in an astronomical sum estimated at 20 billion euros in 2023. The division is as follows: about 125 million euros will go in for the pre-season (instead of 113), about 391 million euros for the sale of products (instead of 290 million) and 190 million euros for broadcasting rights, when before they received “only” 172.

Many events, including shows and the like, are planned to be held at the renewed Santiago Bernabeu, and the rest of the days Real Madrid will play in it, with the team also likely to earn particularly handsome sums from renting the stadium. In 336 days out of 365 a year, Real will not play on the home court, which leaves quite a bit of space for holding events on the court, which will yield large profits.


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