EuroLeague revenues go up after successful season

The first EuroLeague season under the new league format was successful on the court and it was also a success off it, as well.

The revenues of all clubs has doubled to a total of €30million, EuroLeague CEO Jordi Bertomeu confirmed.

The joint venture between the EuroLeague and IMG provided an important rise of revenues and the decade long project of the league is on the right path.

As a result of the venture, the television revenues went up. The big winners from the new deals are the clubs from Spain, Greece. Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv were the big winners though where the price of the television rights had a 200 percent rise compared to last season.

The club’s bonus totals:

Fenerbahce €1.930.000
Olympiacos: €1.470.000
CSKA Moscow: €1.390.000
Real Madrid: €1.330.000
Anadolu Efes: €820.000
Panathinaikos: €760.000
Darussafaka Dogus: €710.000
Baskonia: €680.000
Crvena Zvezda: €640.000
Zalgiris: €560.000
Barcelona: €480.000
Galatasaray: €440.000
Brose Bamberg: €400.000
Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv: €400.000
Unics Kazan: €320.000
EA7 Milano: €320.000

(As calculated by Marco Pagliariccio on Twitter)