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Leyton Orient Football Club Limited

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Traditional Leyton Orient football shirt

The O's play at Brisbane Road (Capacity: 11,217) in the London Borough of Waltham Forest. The home stadium is officially known as the Matchroom Stadium after chairman Barry Hearn's sports promotion company. Barry Hearn became chairman in 1995 after the club was famously put on sale for five pounds by the then-chairman, Tony Wood OBE, after his coffee-growing business in Rwanda was destroyed by that country's civil war. The club has spent one single season in the top-flight of English football, in 1962-63. Promoted to League One for season 2006/07.

Turnover and pre-tax profit figures are in millions.

Financial Overview

 

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

2006/07

3.606

-0.132

64.9

121

2006/07

4.055

0.869

54.9

117

2005/06

2.836

0.501

64.2

117

2004/05

2.068

6.256

70.8

83

2003/04

2.002

-0.670

77.1

81

2002/03

2.367

-0.649

70.9

73

2001/02

2.738

-0.754

72.4

77

2000/01

3.271

0.084

55.7

98

1999/00

1.914

-0.808

85.4

103

1998/99

2.435

-0.075

62.4

93

1997/98

2.152

-0.057

60.6

55

1996/97

1.715

-0.657

75.6

56

1995/96

1.727

0.012

56.2

55

1994/95

1.178

1.434

 

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