Bayern Munich have generated a record turnover of 626.8 million euros (661.3 million dollars) in the 2015-16 season, an increase of more than 100 million euros, the Bundesliga champions said on Friday.
Bayern said in a statement that turnover rose from 523.7 million euros in the previous season, and that Bayern's after-tax profit grew from 23.8 million in 2014-15 to 33 million euros.
The figures were to be formally presented later Friday at Bayern's assembly which was also set to elect Uli Hoeness club president in his return to the top job after serving a prison term for tax evasion.
"We are in a great position, at highest Champions League level financially," Bayern's finance chief Jan-Christian Dreesen said.
"Our rising financial strength has the main aim to enable us making the necessary investments into the squad into order to remain competitive among the European elite."
Bayern are Germany's wealthiest and most successful club with five Champions Cup/League and 26 German titles. The increase mainly comes from sponsorship deals and the fact that Bayern have paid off their stadium, the Allianz Arena.
Borussia Dortmund are a distant second in finances, recently announcing a turnover of 376 million euros for the same period July 1, 2015 and June 30, 2016.