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The club was founded in 1912 as Abbey United, turning professional in 1949 and changing its name to Cambridge United in 1951. It was elected to the Football League proper in 1970, replacing Bradford Park Avenue. Home games are played at the Abbey Stadium which has a capacity of 9,617.

Turnover and pre-tax profit figures are in millions.

Financial Overiew

Year
Turnover
Pre-tax profit
Wages / Turnover ratio (%)
Employees

2003/04

2.279

-0.571

74.5

48

2002/03

2.258

-0.704

77.1

52

2001/02

3.147

-0.328

68.5

61

2000/01

3.544

-0.281

60.7

48

1999/00

2.348

-0.096

59.5

47

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- - -

- - -

- - -

- - -

1993/94

1.842

0.085

 

42

Website: 
www.cambridge-united.co.uk

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