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1 Abstract: Starting from the website of the economist Aurelio Jimenez, in this work I´m going to describe the way economic influences in the sport. Furthermore, I´m going to show a table with the highest salaries of football players in which are the most expensive signings in football history. “ECONOMY AND SPORT” Alberto Pedreño Calderón. 2ºBach.CSI

2 The economics of sport is the entire set of economic activities that involve the sporting field, but not only that, it involves many issues and cases in which is shown that the economy plays a fundamental role. All capital invested in advertising covers all the payments of each athlete. Did you ever wonder how much money it cost to advertise on a sporting event? Lots of money, this indicates that our economy is greatly affected with this series of advertising campaigns for different brands and companies that pay out a couple of seconds in massive events. They know that their money will be recovered. 1.How does the economy act in the sport?

3 Sport has always been part of the history of the countries, however, there are a few who have managed to excel in the various disciplines that exist, falling into a bad economic strategy applied by the agencies of each country, responsible for funding their athletes and giving them the support they need to become sports stars. An example of a country that is always at the top of the medal is the United States, due to its definite sports structure, built entirely by the universities where they choose the bests talents. There are millions of people who are fans of the sport and often go to stadiums to watch a live game and who engage in sports economics paying an entrance fee or buying a shoe of their favorite team. That's where the economic cycle is reflected

4 2.- The most expensive signings in football history 1.Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid) by 96 M€ 2. Zlatan Ibrahimovic (FC Barcelona) by 87 M€ 3. Zinedine Zidane (Real Madrid) by 72 M€ 4. Kaká (Real Madrid) by 67 M€ 5. Luis Figo (Real Madrid) by 60 M€ 6. Fernando Torres (Chelsea) by 58 M€ 7. Hernán Crespo (Lazio) by 57 M€ 8. Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus) by 54 M€ 9. Gaizka Mendieta (Lazio) by 48 M€ 10. Juan Verón (Manchester United) by 48 M€ Cristiano Ronaldo Ibrahimovich

5 3.-The highest salaries of football players in Eto’0 – salary of € 2- Messi – salary of € 3- Ibrahimovic – salary of de € 4- Rooney – salary of € 5- Touré – salary of € 6- Aguero – salary of € 7- Drogba – salary of € 8- Torres – salary of € 9- Conca – salary of € 10- Cristiano Ronaldo – salary of € Eto´o Messi

6 -www.elblogsalmon.com -www.marca.com -www.robermartinez.com -www.revistaasturianadeeconomia.org -Google imágenes -www.lavanguardia.com BIBLIOGRAPHY


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