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Crystal Palace Football Club

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Crystal Palace was formed in 1905 and plays its home matches at Selhurst Park (capacity: 26,309), where it has been based since 1924. The club went into administration in 1999 after owner Mark Goldberg appeared to overstretch himself in spending £23m on buying the club from former chairman Ron Noades. In July 2000, the administration period finally came to an end as Simon Jordan completed his takeover of the club, reforming the business as Crystal Palace 2000 Ltd.

Turnover and pre-tax profit figures are in millions. Financial results for 1996/97 and earlier are for the company Crystal Palace F.C. (1986) Ltd. Others for Crystal Palace Football Club | Crystal Palace F.C. (2000) Ltd.

Financial Overview

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

2007/08

11.975

-8.116

97.7

160

2006/07

18.093

-2.489

74.2

157

2005/06

20.260

8.733

64.9

149

2004/05

33.691

5.112

53.7

144

2003/04

9.829

-10.892

 

124

2002/03

10.578

-9.168

86.9

140

2001/02

12.165

-2.979

91.4

167

2000/01

12.205

-3.666

66.7

158

- - -

- - -

- - -

- - -

- - -

1996/97

7.856

-0.486

68.0

506

1995/96

5.935

4.202

75.0

481

1994/95

9.773

0.447

 

421

1993/94

5.951

-1.529

 

417

Website: 
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