Sports clubs and Premier League A and B present a letter demanding more equal revenue sharing to shape Libra

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Since last week, there have been continuous meetings between the teams competing in the First and Second Division of the Brazilian Championship to discuss the formation of the new Brazilian League (Libra). At noon on Monday (9), 23 teams signed a joint letter demanding more financial equality so the league can be formed.

In the letter, the treaties of the “signatory clubs” made it clear that they had an interest in the formation of Libra, which would only be established by participation if the forty clubs of the current first and second branches unite with the same goal.
The clubs that have come together to spread the common message are: América-MG, Chapecoense, Atlético-GO, Avaí, Brusque, Ceará, CSA, Athletico-PA, CRB, Náutico, Coritiba, Criciúma, Cuiabá, Juventude, Fluminense, Fortaleza, Goiás, Londrina, Operario, Sampaio Correia, Sport, Tombense and Vila Nova.

The 23 teams are required to split 50% of revenue equally, with 25% for performance determined according to prior competition and 25% commercially, with measurable objective criteria. Revenue gap between biggest and smallest club targeting 1.6 caps over time (Premier League standard), with 3.5 matches from the first year. In addition to a commitment that Group B will receive 20% of the proceeds from the sale of broadcasting rights.

If the requirements are not met, the “signing clubs” leave the possibility to open a new dialogue so that the scales are formed. Representatives of the 23 teams will meet in person in Rio de Janeiro on May 16 to formalize the commitment in search of a balanced composition which is why a meeting of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) was not attended on the same day.

Check out the entire speech:

In light of recent events, the signing clubs reaffirm their interest in the formalization of the Professional Football League, with the aim of raising the level of quality Brazilian football, building a strong and renewed tournament and, in particular, with a level of poise in the league. Dispute terms.

However, it is necessary to point out that there will be no league without the association of 40 (forty) clubs participating in the current series (A) and (B).

Some assumptions to be taken into account, for reference: (1) the Premier League equally shares 68% of the revenue, adding all domestic, international and marketing rights; (2) The German, Spanish, French and Italian periodicals distribute 50% of the revenue equally; and (iii) the difference in revenue between the first and last teams respecting the following limits: England (1.6x), Italy (2.1x), Germany (3.2x) and Spain (3.5x).

To formalize the League of Brazilian Football Clubs, the signatories believe in the model described below:

(i) Apportionment of 50% revenue on an equal footing, 25% for performance and 25% business, with objective and measurable criteria;

(ii) the difference in revenue between the biggest and smallest club targeting a cap of 1.6 over time (Premier League standard), with a cap of 3.5 from the first year;

(3) Group B’s obligation to receive 20% of the proceeds from the sale of broadcasting rights.

The signatories will make all possible efforts to bring together the forty (forty) clubs and coordinate the league, always on the basis of dialogue and reasonableness, and also sign the commitment that, in the absence of an effective formal form, they will jointly evaluate the negotiations of broadcasting rights and other property inherent in football and its competitions. for the years following 2024.

The clubs also informed that on May 16, 2022 they will meet in person in Rio de Janeiro to formalize the commitment in search of a balanced composition, and for this reason, they will not be present at the previously scheduled meeting of the Brazilian Football Confederation, on May 12, 2022.

The meeting will be held with the eight (eight) clubs, depending on the will of the signatories, in the future so that the proposal described in this letter can be presented and discussed, in an effort to reach a consensus.

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Chapecoense Football Federation

Atletico Club Guyanens

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Brusk football club

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Centro Sportivo Alagoano – CSA

Atlético Paranense club

Club de Regatas Brazil – CRB

Capiparibe Naval Club

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Criciúma Esporte Clube

Cuiaba Esporte Club

Al Shabab Sports Club

Fluminense football club

Fortaleza Esporte Club

Goiás Esporte Clube

Londrina Esporte Club

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Sampaio Korea Football Club

Sport Club do Recife

Tombensee Football Club

Villa Nova Football Club

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