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Read more EURO 2016: Simply the best for Europe

09.06.2016

The 2016 UEFA European Championship gets underway tomorrow, with the first match kicking-off in Saint-Denis between France and Romania. KPMG’s Football Benchmark team has taken a look at some of the statistics behind the national teams taking part in the biggest European Championship yet.

Read more Football Clubs' Valuation: The European Elite 2016

26.05.2016

Starting from the premises of the Revenue Multiple used in corporate finance valuations, KPMG professionals developed a formula to provide an indication of the EV of the most prominent European football clubs.

Read more The wealth of European football: How UEFA distributes revenue among clubs

03.05.2016

With Europe’s major leagues reaching their climax and the pursuit of a place in next season’s Champions League dominating the agenda, KPMG’s Football Benchmark team looks at how UEFA has distributed revenues in its two major competitions over the past three seasons.

Read more Investment at home and away: How China’s football reform may impact Europe

19.04.2016

Chinese football clubs and their lavish spending on players commanded the headlines in the last winter transfer window. Expenditure totalling EUR 331m surprised many people, but to close followers of Chinese football, this signalled the next phase in the evolution of one of the game’s fast- emerging markets.

Read more La Liga Financial Report 2014/15

07.04.2016

LaLiga's Professional Football Financial report includes economic information for the last four seasons (2011/12 to 2014/15) of Spanish football first and second tier. 

Read more A different paradigm: Why clubs are desperate to avoid relegation from the Premier League

22.03.2016

Relegation from the English Premier League has never been more costly than it will be in 2016. From 2016-17, the income from Broadcasting rights will reach unprecedented heights for the Premier, consolidating its position among the wealthiest leagues in the world.