Somali Magazine – Manchester City announced a record-breaking revenue of £712.8 million ($888 million) for the 2022-23 season on Wednesday.
“The Club has reported revenues of £712.8 million, an increase of £99.8 million on the previous twelve months, and profits of £80.4 million, nearly double that of the previous year’s record of £41.7 million,” the club stated in a statement.
The English top-tier club also said that 6.9 billion video views were recorded on the club’s main social media platforms, representing a 107% rise over the previous year, that the number of Official Cityzens Members nearly doubled, and that membership in the Official Supporters Club increased by 33%.
Last season, Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City won the first UEFA Champions League, their third consecutive Premier League trophy – their fifth in six years – and their seventh FA Cup.
After Manchester United in 1999, the Sky Blues became the second English club to win the Champions League, Premier League, and FA Cup all in the same season.