Financial bulletin released this Friday (23), by the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF), points out that the box office of the duel against Vasco, this Wednesday (21), at Mineirão, generated a net profit of R$ 2,070,342.18 to Cruzeiro, host of the match.
The celestial rout by 3 to 0, for the 31st round of Serie B, confirmed the club’s mathematical access to Serie A. Filipe Machado, Edu and Luvannor scored the goals that put an end to the celestial anguish.
In front of Vasco, Cruzeiro registered a total audience of 59,204 – the largest in Mineirão in 2022 – and gross income of R$ 2,974,486.00. Departure operation expenses (rents and insurance, fees and taxes and others) cost R$ 904,143.82.
Of the net profit, the Sociedade Anônima do Futebol (SAF) of Raposa keeps around 50% – R$ 1.35 million. In addition to other expenses that are not included in the departure letter, there is a transfer of the percentage of net income to the Cruzeiro association.