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Fulham Football Club (1987) Ltd. | Fulham Football Leisure Ltd

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Financial figures presented below refer to Fulham FC (1987) Ltd. However, this is just one subsidiary (of five) of UK parent company Fulham Football Leisure Ltd. In addition there is an overall holding company, owned by Mr Al Fayed, called Fulham Leisure Holdings (BVI) Ltd which is based in the British Virgin Islands. An interesting document detailing the ownership structure and finances of the club is presented at the Fulham Supporters' Trust website, which is dated June 2005.

Turnover and pre-tax profit figures are in millions.

Financial Overview

 

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

2007/08

52.031

-7.543

75.6

654

2006/07

39.228

-15.204

89.7

781

2005/06

37.111

-15.488

81.1

615

2004/05

36.207

-12.303

91.5

580

2003/04

39.082

0.508

77.5

278

2002/03

33.641

-20.800

 

296

2001/02

32.381

-33.596

94.9

410

2000/01

8.956

-21.831

 

363

1999/00

7.560

-12.607

144.4

310

1998/99

6.372

-8.841

118.8

236

1997/98

3.743

-6.186

137.3

101

1996/97

2.108

-0.504

72.4

55

1995/96

1.428

-0.560

 

 

1994/95

1.248

-0.387

 

 

1993/94

1.410

-0.199

 

 

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