Friday, June 10 – 1927
Liverpool A.F.C. made a profit of £5,955 last season.
(Hull Daily Mail, 10-06-1927)
Happy financial times for Liverpool F.C.
Liverpool’s finances are in a very healthy state, there being a balance to the credit of the club of £36,088 – a marked contrast to 15 years ago, when the management was faced with a debt of £20,000.
On last season’s working there was a profit of £5,955 17s. 11d. the income from League and Central League matches amounted to £38,077 13s. 8d., and against £3,686 5s. 9d. received from matches played away the club paid £5,763 11s. 1d. to visiting clubs.
Benefits to players absorbed £4,294 10s., and entertainment tax amounted to £5,872 1s. 3d., while travelling expenses swallowed up £3,578 19s. 2s.
(The Athletic News, 13-06-1927)