La Liga giants Barcelona have announced a club-record revenue in financial results for the 2017-18 season.
Barcelona revealed that they had a club-record income of €914m (£808.7m), with profits of €13m (£11.5m) after tax.
“The board has valued the final balance of the year positively, and it’s in line with the strategic plan of the club to reach €1,000m of income in 2021,” said a statement on the Blaugrana website.
Barca had announced an income of €708m (£626.4m) 12 months ago, but with after-tax profits of €18m (£15.9m).
Barcelona will present additional detail of the year-end figures, as well as the new budget, before the next general meeting.
The board of directors also expressed their congratulations to Samuel Umtiti and Ousmane Dembele for their achievements with 2018 World Cup winners France.
Barcelona will start International Champions Cup play on July 28 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, CA.