Lazio released their financial reports from June to December 2021, which show a decrease in revenue but an increase in profit.
As detailed by La Lazio Siamo Noi, the Biancocelesti generated €71.56 million in revenue during the six-month period ending 2021, a drop from €106.66 million 12 months prior. This drop can be explained by the lack of participation in the Champions League, which generates incredible funds for clubs.
Interestingly, Lazio’s profit for this period was €4.6 million, significantly better than 12 months prior when the year closed with a loss of €0.12 million. This positive step is explained by an increase in revenues from sponsors, which rose from €8.6 million a year ago to €13.1 million in December 2021.
Ticket sales have also obviously increased as the COVID pandemic has scaled back; €6.3 million were collected from ticket sales during the first half of this season. Merchandising revenue, something that Italian clubs always struggle with, only sits at €1.05 million.
Finally, Lazio’s net financial debt is negative with €43.25 million, up €17.94 million from 30th June 2021. It was also confirmed that president Claudio Lotito injected €3.9 million last summer to unblock the infamous liquidity ratio.