‘It’s good to be a footy fan in Germany’

Leander Schaerlaeckens assesses the improving quality of play in the Bundesliga and the fiscal restraints imposed by the league and figures it might be the best soccer product around. It’s certainly in the best financial health in all of Europe:

“Not only do you get competitive matches, you don’t have to put a major dent in your wallet to support your favorite team. Because fans have a controlling ownership of their clubs, they can keep ticket prices affordable — about $28 on average, roughly the same as an MLS ticket and less than half of admission to an EPL game.”

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