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Aberdeen Football Club Ltd.

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The club was formed in 1903 as a result of an amalgamation of three clubs from the city of Aberdeen. Home matches have been played at Pittodrie Stadium since its inception. The current ground has a capacity of 22,199 and was the first all-seated and all-covered stadium in the United Kingdom. Pittodrie was also the first football stadium to feature the dugout, an invention of player / coach Donald Colman. Company shares were traded on the AIM stock exchange from 2000 until 2003 as Aberdeen Football Club plc. Significant honours include: 4 Scottish League titles, 7 Scottish FA Cups, 1 European Cup Winners Cup.

Turnover and pre-tax profit figures are in millions.

Financial Overview

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

2007/08

12.869

1.107

46.1

102

2006/07

7.519

-0.537

68.6

98

2005/06

6.772

-1.500

63.7

98

2004/05

7.178

-0.987

62.9

97

2003/04

7.132

-1.699

58.2

103

2002/03

7.043

-2.391

77.1

110

2001/02

7.555

-2.400

69.8

105

2000/01

5.794

-3.220

87.7

101

1999/00

7.128

-3.307

83.5

142

1998/99

6.381

-0.864

72.0

118

1997/98

5.308

-2.830

87.0

105

1996/97

5.569

-1.740

 

104

1995/96

5.719

-1.596

 

100

1994/95

4.104

-0.652

 

91

1993/94

4.914

0.269

 

93

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