Vissel Kobe achieve record revenue thanks to Andres Iniesta

Posted Thursday, May 28, 2020 by

Vissel Kobe achieve record revenue thanks to Andres Iniesta

Andres Iniesta's presence in Japan has allowed his club Vissel Kobe to break their own revenue records.

The club recorded an operating profit of 11.44 billion yen - around 96 million euros - in the 2019 fiscal year, which ended on March 31.

It marks the first time that any Japanese team has exceeded 10 billion yen, according to a report released by the J-League on Wednesday.

The club's previous record was 9.66 billion yen - 81 million euros - in 2018.

Vissel Kobe's sponsorship revenue increased by 10 million euros, while ticket sales also increased considerably.

On the other hand, Fernando Torres' former club Sagan Tosu recorded a deficit of 2.1 billion yen - around 18 million euros - for the past year.

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