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Lincoln City Football Club Limited

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Traditional Lincoln City football shirt

Known as the Red Imps, the club was originally formed in 1884 as an amateur association, turning professional in the 1891. City play at Sincil Bank, a 10,100 capacity stadium that the club bought back from a helpful Lincoln city council at a specially reduced price of £175,000 in March 2000.

Turnover and pre-tax profit figures are in millions.

Financial Overview

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

2007/08

2.543

-0.282

71.7

104

2006/07

3.010

0.822

60.6

97

2005/06

2.764

1.074

63.1

103

2004/05

2.605

0.162

62.1

89

2003/04

2.422

0.736

59.2

89

2002/03

2.077

0.205

68.5

70

2001/02

1.706

-0.311

 

82

2000/01

1.242

-0.550

 

82

1999/00

1.373

-0.497

122.1

81

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- - -

- - -

- - -

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1994/95

0.700

-0.464

 

57

Website: 
www.redimps.co.uk

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