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Liverpool sees revenues increase and hits milestone with stadium income | supporters

Credit: Liverpool fans at Anfield, in a match against Wolverhampton in the FA Cup, on 01/07/2023. (Photo by Naomi Baker/Getty Images)

In 2022, the Liverpool surpassed Manchester United’s income for the first time in the Deloitte Football Money League study, trailing only Manchester City and Real Madrid, respectively. The unprecedented mark was leveraged by the Reds’ revenues from the attendance at the stadium, which set its own record of surpassing the €100 million mark.

In its 26th edition, the study promoted by Deloitte shows that the Liverpool had income of 701.7 million euros, the third highest in the top-20 clubs in Europe. The value represents a growth of 27% compared to the previous year, 2021.

The Reds also showed growth in commercial and broadcast rights revenues. Of the total 701.7 million euros in 2022, the Liverpool grossed 39% (275 million) from commercial revenue, 45% (314 million) from broadcast rights and 16% (112 million) from stadium revenue.

The notable growth in revenues made the Liverpool jump in the ranking involving the 20 biggest clubs in Europe today. While in the previous study the Reds occupied seventh place, this year the club appears in third place.

Already on the field, the Liverpool will have a tough challenge to seek recovery in the Premier League. This Saturday (21), the Reds face the chelsea, at 9:30 am (Brasília time), at Anfield. The match will be valid for the 21st round of the English Championship and marks the confrontation of the ninth placed, the Liverpoolagainst the tenth, the chelsea.

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