Atltico campaigns for more balanced revenue sharing in the league
This Thursday (22/9), Atltico took to social media to demand a more balanced revenue distribution in Brazilian soccer. The Alvinegro membership used the Premier League, England’s nationwide championship, for instance, in which the first place earns 1.5 instances more than the final place.
Galo revealed a picture detailing the revenue of English golf equipment final season. In the nation, 50% of the TV revenue is split equally between all the golf equipment.
The different 25% is shared primarily based on how typically a membership’s matches are broadcast in the UK (referred to as facility charges) and the different 25% is shared primarily based on the membership’s last rating in the league desk (benefit pay).
Atltico believes that this division makes the match more aggressive and calls for the idea to be applied in Brazil.
In Brazil, 40% is break up equally, 30% by publicity (variety of video games broadcast on open TV) and 30% by final place.
In addition to the membership from Mines, Athletico-PR, Fluminense and Fortaleza participated. All are a part of the Futebol Forte block, which incorporates Libra (Brazilian League), Amrica, Atltico-GO, Ava, Brusque, Cear, Chapecoense, CSA, CRB, Coritiba, Cricima, Cuiab, Fortaleza, Gois, Juventude, and more . Londrina, Nutico, Operrio, Sampaio Corra, Sport, Tombense and Vila Nova.
TV Globo’s contract with the golf equipment competing in the Brazilian Championship can be prolonged till 2024. The plan is to start out the league in 2025, with new agreements already signed and a lot better circumstances for associates.
See under the formation of every block and its proposals:
BRAZILIAN LEAGUE (LIBRA) – FOUNDING LEAGUE
the members: Corinthians, São Paulo, Palmeiras, Santos, Bragantino, Ponte Preta, Flamengo, Vasco and Cruzeiro
Proposed revenue distribution:
40% of the quantity divided equally between the teams
30% primarily based on Series A or Series B efficiency
30% variable primarily based on engagement and viewers.
15% of the collected quantity goes to Series B
the members: Atltico, Athletico, America, Atltico-GO, Ava, Brusque, Cear, Chapecoense, CSA, CRB, Coritiba, Cricima, Cuiab, Fluminense, Fortaleza, Gois, Gazteak, Londrina, Nutico, Operrio, Sampaio Corra, Sport, Tombense. new city
Proposed revenue sharing:
25% industrial, with goal and measurable parameters
The distinction in revenue between the largest and the smallest golf equipment over time focusing on a cap of 1.6 (Premier League reference), with a restrict of three.5 from the first 12 months;
Commitment for Series B to obtain 20% of the proceeds from the sale of broadcasting rights
Unspecified facet golf equipment
Grmio, Internacional, Bahia and Botafogo