Real Betis earned a surplus of 10 million euros in the 19-20 season, and the team's total revenue reached nearly 200 million euros.
According to the "World Sport" report, despite the impact of the epidemic at the end of the season and reduced income, Real Betis still made a profit of 10 million euros in the 19-20 season. The epidemic has caused Betis to lose five games of ticket revenue. The club needs to refund the fee to members or reduce the price of season tickets in the following seasons. TV copyright and marketing income are also affected.
Real Betis had a revenue budget of 162.7 million euros and an expenditure budget of 153.4 million last season. After Loselso set a club transfer fee record and left the team, the team's income eventually reached nearly 200 million euros. Loselso's transfer to Tottenham made the club profitable in the 19-20 season (16 million transfer fee + 32 million floating bonus).
Betis chairman Ángel Haro said that the new season team budget will be significantly reduced, because the team's revenue will be difficult to reach 100 million euros. The current team’s daily expenses have been reduced to 20 million euros, and the additional expenses (transfer costs) are nearly 5 million euros, which is a far cry from the team’s 100 million euros last season. In order to meet the salary limit of La Liga, the chairman said: "We must continue to take a longer-term view. It is expected that we will take action at the end of the season, so we must remain vigilant."
At present, Betis still needs to sell several players before June 30, 2021 to meet the salary standard of the league. After the operation of the summer transfer, the team only earned income from the transfers of Fedal and Ismail, and terminated the contract with Captum and Harvey Garcia. The team only paid for them. Part of the remaining salary will need to be paid more than 10 million euros before the end of the season.