Twente earned more from selling beer than from football player transfers
Twente made more money from food and beer sales last year than from transfers.
The club's profit for the reporting period was 5 million euros. However, the year before, Twente recorded minor losses.
The main revenue stream for the club came from ticket sales. Additionally, revenue from food and beer sales on match days exceeded 10 million euros. Meanwhile, income from transfers amounted to just 6.4 million euros.
It's worth noting that Twente currently holds the fourth position in the Eredivisie this season. After 13 matches, the team has gathered 27 points, although they haven't managed to secure a victory in their last three encounters.
One standout player on the team is 22-year-old Sem Steijn, who has already scored 8 goals in the national championship.
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