Leisher wrote:Source of the post And that short sightedness is one of the biggest problems humanity has always faced.
Sure, it's like rewarding people that get out of a crisis, instead of rewarding people who avoid the crisis in the first place.
That's 2 orders of magnitude. Granted, the years are different, but I assume the 2019 #s will be higher, but comparable.The 2015 Women’s World Cup generated almost $73 million, the 2018 men’s tournament generated an estimated $6.1 billion in revenue.
In fiscal 2018, the U.S. Soccer Federation had total operating revenue of $101.4 million. Almost half was generated by sponsorships and around one-quarter can be attributed to revenue from games played by the national teams, according to USSF financial documents.
However, we can’t directly attribute this increase to either team. USSF sells sponsorships (which include broadcast rights for all U.S. Soccer games) as a bundle. The documents we reviewed don’t distinguish which team brings in more sponsorships or how sponsorship dollars are allocated.
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