Summary of the week: From the losses in the First Federation to Dir’s plans
Week of many movements in the sports sector. The last seven days have been marked by the First Federation, since only five clubs avoided losses in 2021-2022, and by the DIR gym chain, which exceeded 95,000 members in 2022 and plans to open ten gyms. On the other hand, in the fitness sector, Snap Fitness has dismantled its structure in Spain, while Club Pilates will open two other centers of its own in 2023 and points to Andalusia and the Basque Country in 2024. In addition, the Prosecutor’s Office will denounce FC Barcelona for continued corruption .
The First Federation is shipwrecked: only five clubs avoided losses in 2021-2022.
The company buys the Yulava Connect mobile club app.
The company signs a new commercial director after invoicing 4.4 million in 2022.
The fitness chain exceeds 95,000 subscribers in 2022 and plans to open another ten centers in 2023.
The company formalizes the appointment of Mario Barbosa as CEO.
The Higher Sports Council allocates 1.8 million euros to organize the Spanish school-age championships.
The company undoes positions and suppresses its structure in Spain.
The prosecutor’s office will denounce the club for continued corruption.
The entity is dyed red and loses 2.8 million euros in 2021-2022.
The master franchise will open another two of its own centers in 2023 and targets Andalusia and the Basque Country in 2024.
The German giant grows 6% and its profit plummets in 2022 weighed down by China and Kanye West.
The club anticipates losses of 5.6 million euros and contemplates a capital increase.
The Royal Spanish Sailing Federation closes 2022 with a surplus of 120,000 euros.
The employer will appear as a private prosecution in the Negreira Case.
The ex-owner of CD Leganés, Felipe Moreno, acquires 70% of the club.