The only NFL team permitted to disclose financial reports to the public are the Green Bay Packers. And according to SBJ’s NFL reporter, Daniel Kaplan, the NFL consolidated $226.4 million to each of the 32 teams last year in what’s called national revenue.
Packers revenues up over $50 mil, largely on new TV contracts. League distributed $226.4 mil 2 each NFL team for period covering 2014 season
— Daniel Kaplan (@KaplanSportsBiz) July 20, 2015
As for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2015, the Packers have personally collected $375.7 million in national revenue with $149.3 million representing local revenue. Those two numbers are translations of income received via T.V. deals and other shared revenues, albeit some from taxpayer pockets, too.
In recent developments, the Packers have come up with a blueprint to renovate Lambeau Field, which predicts a $55 million price tag. Involved in the upgrade are the partitions that separate suite owners. The plan is to mobilize the windows for a more enhanced experience, as well as upping WiFi strength stadium wide.
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