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Plymouth Argyle Football Company Ltd

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Founded in 1886 as Argyle F.C. the club turned professional in 1903. Its ground is called Home Park (capacity 20,922) and in December 2006 the club completed the purchase of the stadium from Plymouth City Council, releasing the ground from a 125 year lease, for £2.7 million. The club doubled its attendance figures between 2000 and 2006.

Turnover and pre-tax profit figures are in millions.

Financial Overview

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

2007/08

8.604

1.403

74.4

119

2006/07

8.091

-0.829

65.8

108

2005/06

7.158

-0.465

62.6

105

2004/05

7.734

0.619

42.6

98

2003/04

5.146

0.631

49.1

94

2002/03

3.812

0.064

56.0

88

2001/02

3.777

0.848

43.1

72

2000/01

1.938

-0.331

 

70

1999/00

1.864

-0.137

64.3

67

1998/99

1.724

-0.103

63.6

63

1997/98

1.711

-0.341

70.8

60

1996/97

2.964

0.483

43.9

53

1995/96

3.653

0.143

40.8

62

1994/95

2.066

-0.546

 

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