Borussia Dortmund half-year revenues 2016-17: The German team Borussia Dortmund released its half-year revenues 2016-17 statement in which it is highlighted a record turnout. Thanks to the participation in the Champions League, the German club’s overall revenues could exceed 400 million euro.
In the half-year balance statement closed on December 31st, 2016, Borussia Dortmund’s revenues increased to 46 million euro (+27.4%) reaching 214.2 mln (168.1 mln the previous year). Without including the transfer market’s revenue the overall turnout increased 17.8% to 169 million (143.5 mln in 2016) thanks to the Champions League. These relevant numerical factors will let the club overcome the 400 million euro revenues by the end of the season, a record if compared to the 376 million euro collected in the previous year.
The EBITDA is at 49.9 million euro in the first six months (25.5 mln in 2016) while the operating profit EBIT is 18.2 mln (-3.9 mln one year ago). The net IFRS profit is 15.6 mln (-4.7 mln of the previous year) and a total of 29.4 mln euro of the 2015-16 statement.
Borussia Dortmund highlighted that the costs for personnel sharply increased (+25% to 82.3 mln euro from the 66.1 mln of the previous year), while other operative costs reached 69.3 mln euro (64 mln in 2016). The capital recorded on December 31st was 319.6 million, an increase of 10 million euro from the previous June.