Financial report: Luton Town revenue up on rising matchday income and league distributions

4 March 2020

Photo: PA Images The club spent £1.3 million on player acquisitions and had sales for £2.5 million, meaning their net transfer spending stood at negative £1.2 million.

The club's turnover rose to £7.7 million last season, Luton's just-published financial statements reveals.

Luton had net transfer spending of just over £1 million during the year.

Emil Gjerding Nielson

Luton Town's revenue rose by £1.7 million last season, primarily due to an increase in matchday income and league distributions, the club's just-published financial statements have revealed. 

Matchday income and league distributions rose by £1.1 million to £5.1 million, meaning the club's turnover stood at £7.7 million in total.

Commercial income rose by around £300,000 to £1.2 million, and income from retail and catering rose by around the same to £1.4 million.

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