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GL
Last year

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Budgets Of Some Of The Top European Leagues

Of course, keep in mind that these numbers are in euros. So, as an example, today €1.00 euro is worth $1.30 Australian dollars.

So as an example, CSKA's budget of €34 million euros is like $44.2 million in Australian dollars.


Euroleague teams:


1. CSKA Moscow - €34 million euros

2. Barcelona Basquet - €28.5 million euros

3. Real Madrid - €28 million euros

4. Fenerbahce - €27 million euros

5. Efes - €23 million euros

6. Olimpia Milano - €20 million euros

7. Khimky Moscow Region - €19 million euros

8. Olympiacos - €18 million euros

9. Panathinaikos - €17 million euros

10. Maccabi Tel Aviv - €15.5 million euros

11. Baskonia Vitoria - €12 million euros

12. Zalgiris Kaunas - €12 million euros

13. Malaga - €12 million euros

14. Montepaschi Siena - €10 million euros

15. Alba Berlin - €10 million euros

16. Cantu - €8.5 million euros

17. Brose Baskets - €7.5 million euros

18. Cedevita - €7 million euros

19. Besiktas - €7 million euros

20. Lietuvos Rytas - €6 million euros

22. Elan Chalon - €5.5 million euros

22. Prokom - €5 million euros

23. Partizan - €4.5 million euros

24. Union Olimpija - €4 million euros


Total = €341 million euros

= €14.2 million euros average per team


Russian League teams:


1. CSKA Moscow - €34 million euros

2. UNICS Kazan – €20 million euros

3. Khimki Moscow Region – €19 million euros

4. Lokomotiv Kuban – €18 million euros

5. Spartak St. Petersburg – €9 million euros

6. Nizhny Novgorod – €7 million euros

7. Enisey – €6 million euros

8. Krasnie Krilya – €5 million euros

9. Triumph – €5 million euros

10. Spartak Primorie Vladivostok – €3 million euros


Total = €126 million euros

= €12.6 million euros average per team


VTB United League teams:


1. CSKA Moscow – €34 million euros

2. UNICS Kazan – €20 million euros

3. Khimki Moscow Region – €19 million euros

4. Lokomotiv Kuban – €18 million euros

5. Zalgiris Kaunas – €12 million euros

6. Spartak St. Petersburg – €9 million euros

7. Donetsk – €8 million euros

8. Azovmash Mariupol – €8 million euros

9. Nizhny Novgorod – €7 million euros

10. Lietuvos Rytas – €6 million euros

11. Enisey – €6 million euros

12. Krasnie Krilya – €5 million euros

13. Triumph – €5 million euros

14. Astana – €5 million euros

15. VEF Riga – €5 million euros

16. CEZ Nymburk - €5 million euros

17. PGE Turow - €3 million euros

18. Kalev/Cramo - €3 million euros

19. Neptunas - €3 million euros

20. Tsmoki-Minsk - €2 million euros


Total = €183 million euros

= €9.2 million euros average per team


Spanish League teams:


1. Barcelona Basquet – €28.5 million euros

2. Real Madrid – €28 million euros

3. Baskonia Vitoria – €12 million euros

4. Malaga – €12 million euros

5. Valencia Basket – €10 million euros

6. Bilbao Basket – €9 million euros

7. Sevilla – €5.5 million euros

8. CAI Zaragoza – €5 million euros

9. Gran Canaria – €5 million euros

10. GBC – €4 million euros

11. Joventut – €3 million euros

12. Fuenlabrada – €2.7 million euros

13. Obradoiro – €2.7 million euros

14. Murcia – €2.7 million euros

15. Manresa – €2.7 million euros

16. Canarias – €2.7 million euros

17. Estudiantes – €2.5 million euros

18. Valladolid – €2.1 million euros


Total = €140.1 million euros

= €7.8 million euros average per team


Italian League teams:


1. Olimpia Milano – €20 million euros

2. Montepaschi Siena – €10 million euros

3. Cantu – €8.5 million euros

4. Virtus Roma - €8.5 million euros

5. Scandone - €8 million euros

6. Sutor Montegranaro- €5 million euros

7. Biella - €5 million euros

8. Varese - €4.8 million euros

9. Brindisi - €4.5 million euros

10. Reggio Emilia - €4.5 million euros

11. Venezia - €4.5 million euros

12. Dynamo Sassari - €4.4 million euros

13. Juvecaserta - €4.4 million euros

14. Vuelle - €4.3 million euros

15. Virtus Bologna - €4.3 million euros

16. Vanoli Basket - €3.7 million euros


Total = €104.4 million euros

= €6.5 million euros average per team


Turkish League teams:


1. Fenerbahçe – €27 million euros

2. Efes – €23 million euros

3. Galatasaray – €12 million euros

4. Banvit – €10 million euros

5. Besiktas – €7 million euros

6. Ted Kolejliler – €3 million euros

7. Aliaga Petkim – €2.5 million euros

8. Gaziantep – €2.5 million euros

9. Karısıyaka – €2.1 million euros

10. Tofas – €2.1 million euros

11. Olin Edirne – €1.8 million euros

12. Erdemir – €1.7 million euros

13. Telekom – €1.7 million euros

14. Mersin – €1.7 million euros

15. Antalya – €1.2 million euros

16. Hacettepe – €900,000 euros


Total = €97.2 million euros

= €6.1 million euros average per team


Greek League teams:


1. Olympiacos – €18 million euros

2. Panathinaikos – €17 million euros

3. Panionios – €4.5 million euros

4. Kavala – €4.2 million euros

5. Kolossos – €4.2 million euros

6. PAOK – €3.75 million euros

7. Panelefsiniakos – €3.5 million euros

8. KAOD – €3.2 million euros

9. Aris – €3.2 million euros

10. Rethymno Aegean – €3.2 million euros

11. Apollon Patras – €3 million euros

12. Ikaros – €3 million euros

13. Peristeri – €3 million euros

14. Ilysiakos – €3 million euros


Total = €76.75 million euros

= €5.5 million euros average per team


French League teams:


1. Elan Chalon - €5.5 million euros

2. ASVEL Lyon-Villeurbanne - €5.4 million euros

3. Le Mans Sarthe Basket - €5.2 million euros

4. BCM Gravelines - €4.8 million euros

5. Cholet Basket - €4.7 million euros

6. SIG Basketball - €4.6 million euros

7. Orléans Loiret Basket - €4.6 million euros

8. SLUC Nancy Basket - €4.3 million euros

9. CSP Limoges - €4 million euros

10. Chorale Roanne Basket - €4 million euros

11. JDA Dijon - €3.8 million euros

12. Paris-Levallois Basket - €3.4 million euros

13. Poitiers Basket 86 - €3 million euros

14. Boulazac Basket - €2.7 million euros

15. JSF Nanterre - €2.7 million euros

16. STB Le Havre - €2.2 million euros


Total = €64.9 million euros

= €4.1 million euros average per team


German League teams:


1. Alba Berlin – €10 million euros

2. Bayern Munich – €8 million euros

3. Brose Baskets – €7.5 million euros

4. EWE Baskets Oldenburg – €6.5 million euros

5. Ratiopharm Ulm - €4.25 million euros

6. Telekom Baskets Bonn - €4 million euros

7. Fraport Skyliners - €4 million euros

8. Artland Dragons - €3.5 million euros

9. s.Oliver Baskets - €3 million euros

10. Neckar Riesen Ludwigsburg - €3 million euros

11. LTi Giessen 46ers - €2.5 million euros

12. TBB Trier - €2.5 million euros

13. Eisbären Bremerhaven - €2.5 million euros

14. Bayreuth - €2.5 million euros

15. New Yorker Phanthoms - €2 million euros

16. Phoenix Hagen - €1.5 million euros

17. Walter Tigers - €1.5 million euros

18. MBC - €1.5 million euros


Total = €70.25 million euros

= €3.9 million euros average per team


Adriatic League teams:


1. Cedevita – €7 million euros

2. Partizan – €4.5 million euros

3. Red Star – €4 million euros

4. Union Olimpija – €4 million euros

5. Krka – €3.7 million euros

6. Cibona – €3.7 million euros

7. Radnicki – €3.25 million euros

8. Szolnoki Olaj – €3 million euros

9. Buducnost – €2.8 million euros

10. Igokea – €2.5 million euros

11. MZT – €2.5 million euros

12. Zadar – €2.5 million euros

13. Siroki – €2.5 million euros

14. Split – €1.9 million euros


Total = €47.85 million euros

= €3.4 million euros average per team

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Uncle fester
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16:47 21 Feb 13

Reply #405869

re: Budgets Of Some Of The Top European Leagues

Thanks alot. Is this just player salaries or total budget? Ie doctors, coaches, equipment etc included?

Interesting to note pretty much every team has a bigger budget than Nbl teams.

Also euro still a fair way off NBA money wise but doing well!


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paul
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16:58 21 Feb 13

Reply #405872

re: Budgets Of Some Of The Top European Leagues

That would be a guestimate of complete budgets for the club's operations I think. But keep in mind a lot of spending has been cut back considerably since the European economy went downhill.

Most NBL clubs would be in the $2.5 - $3.5 million range, which tends to get you a lot more than the converted equivalent in Euros.


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Anonymous
Last year
05:09 22 Feb 13

Reply #405924

re: Budgets Of Some Of The Top European Leagues

"Most NBL clubs would be in the $2.5 - $3.5 million range"

That's optimistic to say the least.


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Uncle fester
Last year
08:39 22 Feb 13

Reply #405937

re: Budgets Of Some Of The Top European Leagues

Nbl budget:

900k players
150k coaches
100k medical staff
200k office staff
100k equipment
300k rent, both stadium, office


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GL
Last year
09:57 22 Feb 13

Reply #405953

re: Budgets Of Some Of The Top European Leagues

Thanks alot. Is this just player salaries or total budget? Ie doctors, coaches, equipment etc included?

Interesting to note pretty much every team has a bigger budget than Nbl teams.

Also euro still a fair way off NBA money wise but doing well!

> It's the total budget. For example, CSKA has 16 million euros just for player's net income. Then 2 million euros for the player's costs (apartments, etc.), then you have the taxes for the players also that the clubs pay for the players.

In a club like Olympiacos, it's the same, only the net salaries of the players is 8 million euros.

Then you go to a club like Partizan, where it's the same, but the net salaries of the players is 2 million euros.

Still, the teams are paying the taxes for their players and their living expenses, even in the club's with the smallest budgets.


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GL
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09:59 22 Feb 13

Reply #405954

re: Budgets Of Some Of The Top European Leagues

But keep in mind a lot of spending has been cut back considerably since the European economy went downhill.

>

This is true. Just before the economic crash, Olympiacos' budget was $70 million and CSKA's budget was $60 million. Panathinaikos was near that range also.

The economic crisis has greatly lowered the budgets across the board. Even a club like Khimki has a way lower budget now than they used to back when they were not even playing in Euroleague.


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