The Financial Stability of Professional Football in Romania and its Challenge to Grow

The Financial Stability of Professional Football in Romania and its Challenge to Grow
In Romania and in the Balkan region, super competitions have already taken control of the expenditure budgets of broadcasters and are increasingly becoming the first choice for prime times on weekends, influencing directly the domestic competitions.

Professional football clubs of the first division in Romania have decided to continue the exploitation model of their TV rights in the same conditions as in the previous season and consequently secured the main source of revenue for the next 5 seasons.

At the league headquarters in Bucharest, the deal between the League and the company EAD was sealed on 16 April 2019, worth EUR 28 million per season for all 14 participating teams, an...

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