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Carlton produce a $765,000 loss in 2016

The on and off-field improvement at Carlton continues, after recording a $1.1 million operating profit before depreciation and amortisation for the year ending October 31, 2016.

Including depreciation and amortisation, the Club recorded a net deficit of $765,000 – in comparison with $2.7 million in 2015. 

President Mark LoGiudice said the financial turnaround was a sign of the Club’s growth. 

“This result represents a $2.0million improvement on the previous financial year, which is a tremendous turn around,” LoGiudice said. “Although a commercially poor fixture meant gate receipts were down for the year, a significant amount of work went into increasing corporate partnerships, hospitality and commercial revenues.

Jason Lassey

Ive been collecting and publishing Sports related crowd, financial, and ratings data here and on twitter for about 12 years.

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