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Three Football Clubs For Patient Investors To Look At


September 26, 2022 (Investorideas.com Newswire) Football fans are a strange breed. Witty, up for banter, and incredibly tribal in support and defence of their team. It also goes far beyond simply just sitting and watching a game from the comfort of your own home, there are lengthy trips (for many) to home stadiums in all weathers, even longer away day trips when playing at your oppositions home ground and football is no longer a cheap game to follow in many countries around Europe.

That is before we even get into the realms of marketing, club branded products and merchandise, those who add to their match day experience with food and drink inside of a ground (also not cheap in the modern age) and then those who enjoy a flutter and engage in small and sensible bets on the outcomes of games.

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It is rarer these days as private club ownership, particularly in the English game and the Premier League, has been re-established in more recent years after the 1990 and early 2000 move towards partial public ownership, clubs being listed on various stoke exchanges where not only corporate entities bought into the game at the top level, but fans themselves had the opportunity to be a legal stakeholder in the club they loved, as opposed to a loyal stakeholder with absolutely no say - other than refusing to attend when owners did not act in the manner they felt best suited the future of the club itself.

Now, although options are far more limited for those who want to become a shareholder and invest in their club, with the obvious potential dividend returns that could be reasonably expected further down the line, many fans will no longer be able to invest in their own home club. But if you remove the heart from investment decisions in football, there are three clubs in particular that are probably worth a small, and well considered, gamble for those who love the game of football in general.

England's pick - Manchester United

The Red Devil's delisted themselves from the London Stock Exchange back in 2005 when the Glazer family purchased 28.7% stake in the club and this was the start of their protracted majority take over. In 2012 they relisted themselves on the New York Stock Exchange and despite the turmoil at the club, they have regularly paid out dividends to shareholders since relisting, so they are an obviously popular choice.

Italy - Juventus

The Old Lady first appeared on the Borsa Italiana back in 2011. In 2006 they had their own major issues, which included a relegation into Serie B after a match fixing scandal. In 2012 their fortunes changed and then have continually tasted great success in the domestic Italian market, not least the stock market for a period. Having won nine Scudetto's their share price rose a massive 400%, but levels are lower now as they last had title success back in 2019/20 - should they resume their domestic dominance, there is no doubting the market will react favourably again.

Germany - Borussia Dortmund

The BVB were first listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange back in 2001, and over the last ten years investing in them at 1 EUR per share would at the time of writing be a 3.03 EUR return. However, earlier in 2022 and prior to the sale of Norwegian goalscoring machine, Erling Haaland, it would have been $6.22.

There are other clubs out there worth looking at, Scottish side Celtic is certainly one but given their success over the last decade after the demise and struggles of Rangers, their current buy in price of 108.00 GBX would require a lot more thought than the above three combined.

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