VI: Ajax made a lot more money on shirts than PSV and Feyenoord

Ajax is now making a lot more money when it comes to merchandise than competitors PSV and Feyenoord. This is what Voetbal International reports, which took a dive into the numbers.
On Tuesday, Ajax presented its annual results for the past season. This showed that merchandise income rose to almost 36 million euros. That has everything to do with the successful sale of the Bob Marley shirt and the home kit with the old logo. VI knows that the difference in merchandise revenue with PSV and Feyenoord has therefore become enormous.
For example, Ajax generated no less than seven times more income than PSV in this area. At Feyenoord, the amount of money that came in through merchandise was more than three times lower than in Amsterdam.
This season, too, Ajax seems to be doing great business selling shirts. For example, the away shirt and Daily Paper kit are well liked, although it seems that last seasons Ajax shirts were more popular.