Bayern Munich are set to make nearly €74 million for the upcoming season from the Bundesliga's domestic and international media rights. The DFL has seen their media rights revenue increase to a record €850 million which is an increase of €133.6 million over last season.
The national television deal will bring in €696.2 million over last season's €644.1 million. The Bundesliga will receive 80% of the revenue, and the 2.Bundesliga clubs will split the remaining 20%.
The DFL's international media rights have increased from €72.3 million to €153.8 million thanks in large part to the new contract signed with 20th Century Fox for most of the Americas and Europe. Every Bundesliga club will receive €2.5 milllion, while clubs in the 2.Bundesliga will split €1.8 million. The remaining €107 million will be split among the eleven clubs that have played European football in the last five seasons.
The Bundesliga will also bring in €36 million through sponsorships, up 20.4% from last season. FC Bayern will receive €2.088 million from this amount.
Bundesliga clubs are still playing catch-up with English and Italian clubs.
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