Type to search

Packers Announce Record $54 Million in Profits

Mark Murphy

This pretty much seems to be the same message each summer — the Green Bay Packers release their financials and report record revenue and profits.

For the 2012-13 fiscal year, the numbers are $54.3 million in operating profit and $308 million in total revenue. Net profit was $43.1 million. The Packers reported $42.7 million in net profit in 2011-12 and $302 million in total revenue.

The increases in profits can largely be attributed to players costs, which fell from $155 million in 2011-12 to $136 million in 2012-13. That’s a difference of $19 million. But the Packers just threw a boatload of money at Aaron Rodgers and Clay Matthews, you say?

That money won’t be counted against player costs until 2013-14, so the Packers might not be showing record profits again next year. Then again, more than 6,000 new people will be in stadium for each home game, so that will more than likely make up the difference.

“You’ll have additional revenue from the expansion,” Board of Directors Treasurer Mark McMullen said. He explained that careful management of the balance of revenues vs. expenditures keeps the Packers in the black and continues to give the franchise a solid financial future.

“The most solid it’s ever been,” McMullen added.

Other interesting tidbits — local revenue dropped 2 percent to $128.1 million, while national revenue went up almost 5 percent to $179.9 million. National revenue is shared between all NFL teams equally and the rise can be attributed to the new uniform deal with Nike and the NFL Network reaching deals with more cable providers.

Monty McMahon

Monty McMahon is one of the founders of Total Packers. He is probably the most famous graduate of UW-Oshkosh next to Jim Gantner.



  1. NachoDan July 16, 2013

    Well that stock should really pay off.

  2. the real russ letlow July 16, 2013

    and it all goes back into to the team…………..beautiful!

  3. randomacity July 16, 2013

    Well when you have Walker taking money out of people’s paychecks the local revenue for the Packers is gonna go down. It makes sense with Wisconsin being ranked in the bottom 5 in nearly every business growth category. Scary to think one of the most rabid and loyal fan bases in the country are $50 Million behind the average competing markets.

    1. Iltarion July 17, 2013

      Actually, the income tax was just lowered in the state, giving everyone more money.

      The only people who lost money from their paychecks, because of Scott Walker, are public workers, who are in the minority.

  4. Savage57 July 17, 2013

    Local revenue is down people. Let’s book get those weddings at Lambeau booked now!