2019/20 Cup Competition Receipts

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2019/20 Cup Competition Receipts

Postby faerun exile » January 9th, 2020, 2:32 pm

With Flynny on record prior to the Millwall game as saying we have made £500k from cup competitions this season I was wondering how this was broken down.

EFL Cup: TV game v West Ham rumoured to be worth £100k. The BBC at the time confirmed that the other Round 2 televised game Lincoln v Everton was worth £100k in broadcast fees to each club so I guess we would be no different. Total: £100k.

FA Cup: £36k and £54k for winning Rounds 1 and 2. Plus TV monies £37.5k v Grimsby H and £75k M&T A. £50k overseas broadcast fee v Millwall. Total: £252.5k.

EFL Trophy: £20k participation, £10k beating Cheltenham, £20k beating Brighton, £40k beating MK. Total: £90k.

Gate receipts for above: £100k seems reasonable - includes sell-out v West Ham, 6k at Millwatt etc etc. Total: £100k.

So this gives an overall total of £540-550k.

Another £50k potentially available v Leicester City U21s in 1/4 final. £50k to win 1/2 final and a further £100k to win the final. Any game shown by Sky Sports is worth £20k to each team.

Plus associated gate receipts. Final v Portsmouth would certainly swell the coffers. Could be pushing £1M in the bank if we go the distance.
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Re: 2019/20 Cup Competition Receipts

Postby OLDCROMWELLIAN » January 9th, 2020, 4:02 pm

faerun exile wrote:With Flynny on record prior to the Millwall game as saying we have made £500k from cup competitions this season I was wondering how this was broken down.

EFL Cup: TV game v West Ham rumoured to be worth £100k. The BBC at the time confirmed that the other Round 2 televised game Lincoln v Everton was worth £100k in broadcast fees to each club so I guess we would be no different. Total: £100k.

FA Cup: £36k and £54k for winning Rounds 1 and 2. Plus TV monies £37.5k v Grimsby H and £75k M&T A. £50k overseas broadcast fee v Millwall. Total: £252.5k.

EFL Trophy: £20k participation, £10k beating Cheltenham, £20k beating Brighton, £40k beating MK. Total: £90k.

Gate receipts for above: £100k seems reasonable - includes sell-out v West Ham, 6k at Millwatt etc etc. Total: £100k.

So this gives an overall total of £540-550k.

Another £50k potentially available v Leicester City U21s in 1/4 final. £50k to win 1/2 final and a further £100k to win the final. Any game shown by Sky Sports is worth £20k to each team.

Plus associated gate receipts. Final v Portsmouth would certainly swell the coffers. Could be pushing £1M in the bank if we go the distance.


Was wondering what the figures were so far this season. Thanks for your estimate.
Even if we make no more for the rest of the season, unless our home gates fall away dramatically, shouldn't it be enough to at least break even this season?
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Re: 2019/20 Cup Competition Receipts

Postby Frank Nouble 3 » January 9th, 2020, 5:04 pm

OLDCROMWELLIAN wrote:
faerun exile wrote:With Flynny on record prior to the Millwall game as saying we have made £500k from cup competitions this season I was wondering how this was broken down.

EFL Cup: TV game v West Ham rumoured to be worth £100k. The BBC at the time confirmed that the other Round 2 televised game Lincoln v Everton was worth £100k in broadcast fees to each club so I guess we would be no different. Total: £100k.

FA Cup: £36k and £54k for winning Rounds 1 and 2. Plus TV monies £37.5k v Grimsby H and £75k M&T A. £50k overseas broadcast fee v Millwall. Total: £252.5k.

EFL Trophy: £20k participation, £10k beating Cheltenham, £20k beating Brighton, £40k beating MK. Total: £90k.

Gate receipts for above: £100k seems reasonable - includes sell-out v West Ham, 6k at Millwatt etc etc. Total: £100k.

So this gives an overall total of £540-550k.

Another £50k potentially available v Leicester City U21s in 1/4 final. £50k to win 1/2 final and a further £100k to win the final. Any game shown by Sky Sports is worth £20k to each team.

Plus associated gate receipts. Final v Portsmouth would certainly swell the coffers. Could be pushing £1M in the bank if we go the distance.


Was wondering what the figures were so far this season. Thanks for your estimate.
Even if we make no more for the rest of the season, unless our home gates fall away dramatically, shouldn't it be enough to at least break even this season?

As we tend to loose around £300k per annum.

My maths make that £700k profit if we go as far as possible here.
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Re: 2019/20 Cup Competition Receipts

Postby Willthiswork » January 9th, 2020, 5:09 pm

Frank Nouble 3 wrote:As we tend to loose around £300k per annum.

My maths make that £700k profit if we go as far as possible here.


Isn't it £1m for the winners of the EFL trophy?
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Re: 2019/20 Cup Competition Receipts

Postby faerun exile » January 9th, 2020, 5:13 pm

Willthiswork wrote:
Frank Nouble 3 wrote:As we tend to loose around £300k per annum.

My maths make that £700k profit if we go as far as possible here.


Isn't it £1m for the winners of the EFL trophy?

£100k.
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Re: 2019/20 Cup Competition Receipts

Postby bedeck » January 11th, 2020, 2:31 pm

Break even gate at Rodney this season is 3,300, wh have had more than that at every game this season, some nearer 5,000. This will help as well.
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Re: 2019/20 Cup Competition Receipts

Postby faerun exile » January 11th, 2020, 2:45 pm

bedeck wrote:Break even gate at Rodney this season is 3,300, wh have had more than that at every game this season, some nearer 5,000. This will help as well.


If that’s correct we will need to average 2,364 over the remaining 10 home league games. Home league average currently stands at 4,020.
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Re: 2019/20 Cup Competition Receipts

Postby Stan A. Einstein » January 11th, 2020, 2:50 pm

faerun exile wrote:
bedeck wrote:Break even gate at Rodney this season is 3,300, wh have had more than that at every game this season, some nearer 5,000. This will help as well.


If that’s correct we will need to average 2,364 over the remaining 10 home league games. Home league average currently stands at 4,020.


Which is okay. Actually considering our slide in form is not too bad at all. Does though blow out of the water the 'poor little Newport punching above our weight' argument.
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Re: 2019/20 Cup Competition Receipts

Postby faerun exile » January 11th, 2020, 4:12 pm

faerun exile wrote:
bedeck wrote:Break even gate at Rodney this season is 3,300, wh have had more than that at every game this season, some nearer 5,000. This will help as well.


If that’s correct we will need to average 2,364 over the remaining 10 home league games. Home league average currently stands at 4,020.


15/16: made £339,522 profit, av home gate 2,747, league position 22nd.

16/17: made £351,456 loss, av home gate 2,853, league position 22nd.

17/18: made £82,680 profit, av home gate 3,489, league position 11th.

18/19: profit/loss tbc, av home gate 4,396, league position 7th.

19/20: profit/loss tbc, av home gate 4,020, league position 14th.
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Re: 2019/20 Cup Competition Receipts

Postby Willthiswork » January 11th, 2020, 5:27 pm

faerun exile wrote:
Willthiswork wrote:
Frank Nouble 3 wrote:As we tend to loose around £300k per annum.

My maths make that £700k profit if we go as far as possible here.


Isn't it £1m for the winners of the EFL trophy?

£100k.

Ah yes! We could make £1m from the trophy (all tv and fixtures etc) if we win it.
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Re: 2019/20 Cup Competition Receipts

Postby faerun exile » February 5th, 2020, 10:27 am

faerun exile wrote:With Flynny on record prior to the Millwall game as saying we have made £500k from cup competitions this season I was wondering how this was broken down.

EFL Cup: TV game v West Ham rumoured to be worth £100k. The BBC at the time confirmed that the other Round 2 televised game Lincoln v Everton was worth £100k in broadcast fees to each club so I guess we would be no different. Total: £100k.

FA Cup: £36k and £54k for winning Rounds 1 and 2. Plus TV monies £37.5k v Grimsby H and £75k M&T A. £50k overseas broadcast fee v Millwall. Total: £252.5k.

EFL Trophy: £20k participation, £10k beating Cheltenham, £20k beating Brighton, £40k beating MK. Total: £90k.

Gate receipts for above: £100k seems reasonable - includes sell-out v West Ham, 6k at Millwatt etc etc. Total: £100k.

So this gives an overall total of £540-550k.

Another £50k potentially available v Leicester City U21s in 1/4 final. £50k to win 1/2 final and a further £100k to win the final. Any game shown by Sky Sports is worth £20k to each team.

Plus associated gate receipts. Final v Portsmouth would certainly swell the coffers. Could be pushing £1M in the bank if we go the distance.


Da iawn lads. Another £70k in the bank. Guestimate of £625k ish made so far this season from the cup comps. £50k on offer v Salford and a share of the EFL Trophy final gate receipts if we get there. Would be lucrative for us if Portsmouth make the final.

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