Birmingham City face another huge loss just six months after a nine-point deduction

1 October 2019

Birmingham
Photo: Getty Images Birmingham supporters arriving at the club's St Andrew's Trillion Trophy Stadium. Birmingham City are currently 13th in the Championship.

Birmingham City's parent company reported a loss on the club of more than £32 million, according to its latest financial accounts.

In March the club were hit with a nine-point deduction in the Championship for breaching the EFL's Profitability and Sustainability regulations.

Jesper Elkjær Jensen jej@offthepitch.com

Birmingham City's parent company, Hong Kong-based Birmingham Sports Holdings Limited, has reported yet another substantial loss.

According to the company's latest financial accounts, it had losses in the football segment of HK$311 million for the fiscal year that ended 30th June 2019, equalling £32.2 million at current exchange rates.

Birmingham City generated a total revenue of HK$206 million in the 2019 fiscal, equalling £21.4 million.

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