CARLTON reports a net operating profit of $1,282,346 for 2021 and a statutory net profit position of $20,257,029.

THE CARLTON Football Club is pleased to today announce a net operating profit of $1,282,346 for 2021, up on the operating break-even result achieved in 2020 of $34,639. This operating result has contributed to the Club declaring a statutory net profit position of $20,257,029 for the year ended 31 October 2021 – inclusive of government…

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The Western Bulldogs completed the financial year ended 31 October 2021, with a total statutory profit of $6,472,376.

The Bulldogs completed the financial year ended 31 October 2021, with a total statutory profit of $6,472,376. This includes a profit from continuing Club operations (before Redevelopment Activities) of $1,635,835, a profit from discontinued operations (including the gain on the sale of gaming operations) of $3,982,867, and a current year surplus relating to Redevelopment Activities…

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Richmond Football Club has reported an operating profit of $2.5 million for the financial year, ended 31 October.

Richmond Football Club has reported an operating profit of $2.5 million for the financial year, ended 31 October. The profit was generated from a revenue base of $73.8 million. Richmond Football Club has reported an operating profit of $2.5 million for the financial year, ended 31 October.https://t.co/MXslLJUref pic.twitter.com/gWEqtxqUUR — sportsindustry (@footyindustryAU) November 29, 2021 corrected…

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The Collingwood Football Club has announced an operating profit of $1,873,949 for 2021, and a statutory result being a net loss of $692,864.

Despite the ravages of a second consecutive COVID-affected year, the club was able to build its cash reserves and protect its net asset position. This was due primarily to a significant contribution from members, an exceptional suite of premier partners that included Emirates Airline, La Trobe Financial, Nike and CGU and a strong performance from…

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Foxtel enjoying a bumper year across Foxtel, Foxtel Go, Foxtel Now and Kayo. Seven talks up its ratings

FOXTEL HAS RELEASED NEW VIEWER DATA HIGHLIGHTING THE SUCCESS OF THE AFL’S RECENT FESTIVAL OF FOOTY AND MID-YEAR NRL SEASON. Sources TV_Blackbox TV-Tonight The Age Fox Footy live audiences for AFL Rounds 9 to 12 were up 14% compared with the previous eight rounds. The festival of footy, which featured 33 matches over 20-days, was up 59% compared…

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Wednesday, May 6th | News Wrap | Nine Media War with the NRL continues, Storm have Albury troubles, Rugby board member resigns and more news

Its a little later in the day than normal but lets dive in to todays news as Nine conducts negotations with the NRL via its Media arms as Foxtel watches on. The Storm have a minor hiccup on Albury, the AFL gets a new sponsor and a Rugby Australia board member resigns – and plenty…

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Tuesday, May 5th | News Wrap | 2019 Ausplay survey released, Storm relocate to Albury, A-league prepares for August restart, New Rugby CEO? and much more

Its a massive day for sports news of all varieties. The 2019 Ausplay survey has been released, The Storm relocate to Albury, while the A-league prepares for August restart and theres some Rugby CEO speculation thrown in to a big news mix, 2019 Ausplay Survey The latest Ausplay Survey data has been released by Sport…

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News Wrap | Monday, May 4th | Vlandys tells broadcasters to pay up, Sport expected to lose $200m, New World Rugby Chairman, CA gets a loan

Plenty of news for followers of all codes today as Peter Vlandys takes on his broadcasters, even as sport nationwide stands to lose $200m. Racing declines to take a back seat to the AFL, and what can a new World Rugby chairman do? A-league and football THE light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel…

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2019 TV Ratings – The 2019 AFL Annual Report

All data below lifted verbatim from the 2019 AFL Annual Report, pgs 55-57 Overall television industry ratings (free-to-air and subscription television) experienced a year-on-year increase of 2.2 per cent (3.969 million per home and away round, compared with 3.885 million in 2018). This number does not include digital viewership and occurred despite a decline in…

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Australian Coronovirus Precautions | Sport | AFL

Federal Health Minister @GregHuntMP says there right now are no grounds in Australia to change the guidance for mass gatherings. @10NewsFirstMelb #springst — Simon Love (@SimoLove) March 12, 2020 AFL CLUBS and the AFL industry are implementing procedures to protect their staff and players against the spread of coronavirus. Details here,and here. Brisbane Lions Closed…

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