Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club has announced the second-highest annual surplus in its history for the year ending September 2018.
The £908,260 profit comes on the back of a record-breaking year of attendances for domestic cricket, together with a sell-out programme of international fixtures and success across the commercial functions of the Club.
The result, which comes on the back of a £279,000 profit the previous year, was driven by a £2.3 million increase in annual turnover from £10.8 to £13.1 million.
The average T20 Vitality Blast attendance of 11,377 represented 11% year-on-year growth in 2018 – and the Club’s Membership figure of 8,234 was the highest for a non-Ashes year.
“These results no doubt emphasise the importance of international cricket to our ongoing sustainability,” said Chief Executive Lisa Pursehouse.
“However, I’m delighted that maintaining consistent growth in attendances for membership and domestic cricket at Trent Bridge has also contributed to the bottom line.”
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