Serie A finances paint a worrying picture

With losses having increased to €365 million compared to €220m just 12 months prior, clubs have work to do in order to improve the financial standing of the league. Analysis by Marco Iaria of La Gazzetta dello Sport

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The verdict is in and the financial situation of Serie A clubs is officially worrying, with just seven clubs from the 2014/15 season not recording losses.

In total, Italy’s top-flight clubs have suffered bigger financial losses relative to a season ago, with €365 million last year compared to €220m just 12 months prior.

The likes of Inter, AC Milan and Roma are the biggest culprits, while Juventus stand amongst the few teams not in the red. Only 19 clubs were considered, given that Parma went bankrupt last season.

Here’s an in-depth look at each club, with a breakdown of their revenue included. Yellow represents money generated via the stadium, orange is merchandising, blue is TV rights and black is other sources of income. All data represents millions of Euros.

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