Kooperationsformen der Stadionfinanzierung im deutschen Profifußball
In spite of large total receipts, many professional German soccer clubs complain about the comparatively low stadium receipts, which they put down to the poor condition of their stadiums. Thus for reasons of competitiveness numerous professional German soccer clubs are demanding new or modernized stadiums. The investment volume of all the planned stadium projects is approximately two billion euros. Markus Pauli examines which forms of cooperation among the soccer clubs, local authorities and private investors for financing stadium projects would be the most efficient. He also explains the conditions which presently stand in the way of an efficient form of cooperation. Current developments such as the awarding of the 2006 World Cup to Germany or the foundation of a League Limited Liability Company are also taken into consideration. (Published in German.)
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