Real Betis’ board of directors have identified a set of objectives that they would want to achieve in the next four years, report Marca.
Having secured European football over the last couple of seasons, Los Verdiblancos have established themselves as one of the best teams in La Liga. However, the club’s board believe that this is only the beginning of the path that they are on.
Real Betis have identified as improving their financial standing as one of their most important priorities. During the last transfer window they were struggling to sign players due to their budgetary constraints. The Andalucían outfit have developed a variety of strategies in order to increase their revenue.
Not least, they plan to build a new stadium that is fit for the 21st century. The club would not only like it to be bigger than the current Estadio Benito Villamarín, but also want to see it become one of the must-see tourist attractions of the city with exquisite views of Sevilla.
Betis also want to increase their presence on the international market and have a fanbase that is at least 50% based globally. They hope to be accessible in six languages on all social networks, as well as participate in tours around the world during the summers.
Los Verdiblancos’ board believe that reaching the objectives above is crucial for the club to continue growing and become a regular participant in the Champions League in the next couple of years.
GSFN | Tom Cserép