2013 Club Report Comparisons

2013 Club Annual Report Comparisons
Revenue
  • Collingwood – 75.2 million (includes 11 million in dev. money)
  • Hawthorn – $64 million, up from $57 million
  • Essendon – $63 million, down from $65 million (5.3 million in grant money)
  • Carlton – $57 million, up from $46 million
  • Geelong – $56 million
  • West Coast – $55.97 million
  • Fremantle – 46.63 million (up from 42.77 million)
  • Richmond – 44.8 million, up from 37.6 million
  • Brisbane – $43.5 million, down from 43.8 million
  • Sydney – $42.68 million, up from 39.97 million
  • Port Adelaide – $41.6 million (up from 37.9 million)
  • Melbourne – 39.43 million, down from 39.51 million
  • Adelaide – 34.36 million, up from 34.14 million
  • Western Bulldogs – $34 million, up from 32.7 million
  • North Melbourne – $31.98 million, up from 31.02 million
  • Greater Western Sydney – $31.95 million, up from 30.7 million
  • Gold Coast – $31.92 million, up from 29.06 million
  • St Kilda – 29.9 million, down from 30.6 million
Profit/Loss
  • Collingwood: $16.37 million up from 7.8 million
  • West Coast: $4.4 million
  • Richmond: 3.3 million, up from 3 million
  • North Melbourne: 1.3 million (up from 1.1 million)
  • Geelong: $1.215 million (up from -$995,000)
  • Fremantle: $657,177, down from $376,245
  • Sydney:  $646,745
  • Carlton: $528,000, up from -$635,000
  • Gold Coast: $62,533 up from -1.4 million
  • Greater Western Sydney: $30,386, up from -176,647
  • Western Bulldogs: – $143,000, down from -136,000
  • Hawthorn: – $928,000 ($4 million impairment on consolidated revenue)
  • Brisbane: – $1.5 million, up from -$2.5 million
  • Port Adelaide: -1.69 million (up from -2.1 million)
  • Adelaide: – 1.87 million (down from 122,000 profit)
  • St Kilda: – 2.61 million, down from -$436,818
  • Melbourne: -$3.1 million, down from 19,485 (includes 750,000 in AFL tanking investigation cost)
  • Essendon: -$3.2 million, down from 2.1 million (includes ASADA/AFL costs)
Football Expenditure
  • Collingwood – 22.4 million, up from 21..1 million
  • Fremantle – 22.16 million, up from 20.89 million
  • Sydney – 21.9 million, up from 20.3 million
  • West Coast – 21.5 million
  • Geelong – 21.4 million, up from 19.2 million
  • Carlton – 21 million, up from 20.3 million
  • Essendon – 20.8 million, up from 19.2 million
  • Greater Western Sydney – $20.15 million, up from 19.38 million
  • St Kilda – 19.45 million, up from 17.96 million
  • Melbourne – 18.74 million, up from 17.98 million
  • Brisbane – 17.3 million, up from 17.2 million
  • Western Bulldogs – 16.9 million, up from 15.7 million
  • North Melbourne – 16.9 million, up from 16.37 million
  • Richmond – 4.2 million (listed as football support expense)
  • Hawthorn – 2.2 million (listed as other football)
  • Adelaide do some sort of weird individual listing. your guess is as good as mine
  • Gold Coast – not listed
Membership Revenue
  • West Coast – 17.7 million, up from 16.7 million
  • Collingwood – 16.8 million, up from 16.22 million
  • Fremantle – 12.7 million, up from 11.7 million
  • Essendon – 10.3 million, up from 9.3 million
  • Hawthorn – 9.9 million, up from 9.1 million
  • Carlton – 9.4 million, up from 8.9 million
  • Adelaide – 9.33 million, up from 8.6 million
  • Richmond – 8.59 million (6.35 million net + 2.2 million expense)
  • St Kilda – 6.91 million, down from 7.35 million
  • North Melbourne – 5.32 million (up from 5.1 million)
  • Melbourne – 5.1 million (down from 5.6 million)
  • Western Bulldogs – 5.09 million, down from 5.13 million
* Sydney includes Membership and match reciepts – 13.78 million (up from 12.5 million)
* Geelong includes Membership and Gate reciepts – 12.1 million (up from 11.3 million)
* Gold Coast includes Membership and ticketing – 6.34 million, down from 6.36 million
* Brisbane includes membership and gate receipts – 5.83 million (down from 6.1 million)
* GWS includes merchandise with Membership – $1.47 million (down from 1.6 million)
Merchandise Revenue
  • Hawthorn – 3.7 million, up from 3.1 million
  • Essendon – 3.24 million, up from 3.22 million
  • Fremantle – 2.9 million, up from 1.6 million
  • West Coast – 2.3 million, down from 3.1 million
  • Carlton – 1.8 million, down from 1.9 million
  • Geelong – 1.8 million, down from 2.7 million
  • Adelaide – 1.37 million,
  • Brisbane – 1.24 million, up from 1.0 million
  • St Kilda – 1.23 million, down from 1.46 million
  • North Melbourne – 1.21 million, down from 1.39 million
  • Sydney – 923,089
  • Western Bulldogs – $884,000, down from 1.2 million
  • Gold Coast – $743,309, up from 711,182
  • Melbourne – 723,068, up from 634,384
Sponsorship and Marketing Revenue
* this category may need to be re-examined
  • Collingwood – 19.65 million (includes merch.) up from 19.1 million
  • Geelong – 17.04 million, up from 15.69 million
  • Essendon – 16.84 million, up from 15.92 million
  • Hawthorn – 15.22 million, up from 15.08 million
  • Sydney – $14.6 million, up from 13.5 million
  • Carlton – 12.27 million, down from 12.5 million
  • Brisbane – 11.25 million (down from 11.7 million)
  • Greater Western Sydney – 9.19 million (up from 7.7 million)
  • Adelaide – 8.86 million, down from 10.55 million
  • West Coast – 7.65 million, up from 7.0 million
  • North Melbourne – 7.61 million (up from 7.26 million)
  • Melbourne – 6.36 million, down from 8.29 million
  • Gold Coast – 5.84 million, down from 6.35 million
  • St Kilda – 5.16 million, down from 6.71 million
  • Fremantle – 4.35 million, up from 3.911 million
* Richmonds 22.9 million figure appears to include membership and match reciepts.
Gaming Revenue
  • Collingwood – 22.17 million, up from 19.8 million
  • Carlton – $19.7 million, up from 9.5 million
  • Hawthorn – $18.4 million, up from 14 million
  • Geelong – $13.7 million, up from 11.3 million
  • Brisbane – $13.4 million, down from 13.7 million
  • Melbourne – 11.2 million, up from 6.9 million
  • Essendon – 8.6 million, up from 5.8 million
  • Richmond – 5.4 million, up from 3.7 million
  • Western Bulldogs – 5.1 million, up from 3.7 million
  • St Kilda – 2.2 million, up from 1.1 million
Match Receipts
  • Hawthorn – 4.4 million, up from 4.0 million
  • Melbourne – 3.3 million, down from 4.3 million
  • Carlton – 3.1 million, down from 3.4 million
  • Fremantle – 2.25 million, up from 2.08 million
  • North Melbourne – 1.7 million (up from 1.3 million)
  • West Coast – 1.56 million, up from 1.53 million
  • Western Bulldogs – 1.2 million, down from 1.3 million
  • Essendon – 637,000, down from 726,000
Assets
  • Essendon – $54.7 million, up from 42.3 million
  • Hawthorn – $51.4 million, up from 50.8 million
  • Collingwood – $50.7 million up from 34.4 million
  • West Coast – $47.9 million, up from 42.5 million
  • Western Bulldogs – $41.5 million, up from 41.3 million
  • Geelong – $35.4 million, down from $39.8 million
  • Richmond – 28.79 million, up from 27 million
  • Carlton – 27.6 million, down from 30 million
  • Adelaide – 22.5 million, down from 23.7 million
  • Fremantle – 20.22 million, up from 18.74 million
  • Melbourne – 17.27 million, down from 18.3 million
  • Port Adelaide – 17.07 million, down from 17.17 million
  • North Melbourne – 16.59 million, down from 16.81 million
  • St Kilda – 13.77 million, down from 14.96 million
  • Brisbane – 11.59 million, down from 12.5 million
  • Sydney -7.34 million, down from 8.13 million
  • Gold Coast – 3.27 million, down from 3.43 million
  • GWS – 3.15 million (up from 1.87 million)
Liabilities
  • Hawthorn – 25.6 million, up from 24.2 million
  • Geelong – 24.2 million, down from 29.9 million
  • Western Bulldogs – 18.4 million, up from 18.1 million
  • Essendon – 17 million, up from 7.3 million
  • Brisbane – 16.29 million, up from 15.69 million
  • Collingwood – 15.6 million, down from 15.7 million
  • Carlton – 14.4 million, down from 17.3 million
  • Melbourne – 14 million, up from 11.9 million
  • West Coast – 12.7 million, up from 11.7 million
  • Port adelaide – 12.04 million, up from 10.45 million
  • St Kilda – 10.75 million, up from 9.33 million
  • Fremantle – 10.3 million, up from 9.47 million
  • North Melbourne – 6.99 million, down from 9.55 million
  • Sydney – 6.45 million, down from 7.9 million
  • Richmond – 6.4 million, down from 7.9 million
  • Adelaide – 5.69 million, up from 5.05 million
  • Gold Coast – 5.32 million, up from 4.89 million
  • GWS – 3.41 million, up from 2.18 million
Net Assets
  • Essendon – 37.7 million, up from 35 million
  • West Coast – 35.2 million, up from 30.8 million
  • Collingwood – 35 million, up from 18.7 million
  • Hawthorn – 25.8 million, down from 26.3 million
  • Western Bulldogs – 23.0 million, up from 22.2 million
  • Richmond – 22.38 million, up from 19.07 million
  • Adelaide – 16.86 million, down from 18.7 million
  • Carlton – 13.2 million, up from 12.7 million
  • Geelong – 11.1 million, up from 9.9 million
  • Fremantle – 9.92 million, up from 9.26 million
  • North Melbourne – 9.47 million, up from 7.14 million
  • Port Adelaide – 5.02 million, down from 6.7 million
  • Melbourne – 3.27 million, down from 6.7 million
  • St Kilda – 3.01 million, down from 5.66 million
  • Gold Coast – $609,319, up from 546,786
  • GWS: -$269,613, up from -300,449
  • Brisbane: -$4.7 million, down from -3.1 million
* from media articles, not annual report.
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