According to a study by the Center for Sports Law and Economics, PSG has paid 1.9 billion euros in social and tax contributions since 2011 and the arrival of Qatar. This figure includes the taxes paid by the players, the club itself and its contribution to the budget of social organizations.
Paris Saint-Germain has paid 1.9 billion euros in social and tax contributions in ten years, since the arrival in 2011 of its current Qatari owner, a study commissioned by the club reported this Thursday. This figure includes the taxes paid by the players, the PSG, and the contribution of this one to the budget of the social organizations.
For the 2019-2020 season alone, the capital club paid a record amount of 269.3 million euros, more than triple the amount paid at the start of the QSI era in 2011-2012 (81 million euros). ‘euros).
On the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the arrival of Qatar at its head, PSG entrusted the Center for Sports Law and Economics (CDES), based in Limoges, with the mission of quantifying its economic weight in France.
According to this study, PSG has generated more than 182.2 million euros of impact in Île-de-France, via its home matches or its investments (102.2 million euros in ten years in infrastructure) , like the future training center of Poissy, in Yvelines. This represents 2,150 full-time equivalent jobs, whether direct, indirect or induced, from a network of more than 800 companies collaborating with the club.
The 7th highest grossing football club in the world
“In the space of ten years, PSG has become one of the main sports franchises in the world and even the most dynamic in the last three years”, welcomed the president of PSG Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, quoted in a club press release. According to the firm Deloitte, PSG was the seventh football club to generate the most income in the world in 2019-2020 (540.6 million euros).
The Parisian club recorded over the past season a shortfall estimated at 100 million euros due to the pandemic, which in particular forced it to play almost the entire season without an audience.