Nottingham Forest: Season ticket sales boost as ownership looks to future

1 March 2019

Nottingham Forest Owner
Photo: Getty Images Nottingham Forest owner, Evangelos Marinakis, who also owns Olympiacos, announced last week that the East Midlands club plans to revamp their stadium, its first major redevelopment for 25 years.

Owners restructuring starting to have an impact on commercial side.

Turnover rises 9 per cent with season ticket and membership sales up. Ambitious stadium redevelopment promises new revenue opportunities.

A huge increase in season ticket sales and 21 per cent hike in home attendances contributed to Nottingham Forest’s £22.7 million turnover for the year ended 31 May 2018.

The Championship club sold 17,606 season tickets – 4,133 more than in 2017. Gates at home league fixtures rose 21 per cent to 24,680 (from 20,333).

Catering and retail sales grew 19 per cent and 8 per cent, respectively.

The annual report came in the first full season for the club under new owners Evangelos Marinakis and Sokratis Kominakis (NF Football Investments Limited).

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