Case | HBS Case Collection | December 2004

Ciclon de Alicante

by Francisco de Asis Martinez-Jerez

Abstract

A Spanish soccer team that received a large influx of cash thanks to a real estate transaction with its stadium faces critical accounting decisions. The team's accountants are confronted with decisions about players' contracts, jersey inventory, season ticket sales, and the lease of a parking garage, among others.

Keywords: Decisions; Financial Statements; Sports Industry; Spain;

Citation:

Martinez-Jerez, Francisco de Asis. "Ciclon de Alicante." Harvard Business School Case 105-046, December 2004.