The Dulwich Hamlet Supporters’ Trust’s accounts for the year ended 31st December 2014 were submitted to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) this summer. They show that the Trust has made a profit of £4,674 in 2014, a fantastic increase of £3,328 from 2013 profits of £1,346.
This was largely driven by a 66% increase in Mega-Shed and online sales, which continues to be the most significant revenue stream for the Trust. The profits from the shop sales continue to be shared 50:50 with the Football Club resulting in £3,061 being passed to the Club during 2014. Retained profits will go some way in assisting the Trust in achieving our objectives of Dulwich Hamlet FC being a leading example of a financially sustainable football club that is fully owned by its supporters and has a secure long term home in East Dulwich.
The 100 club fund continues to grow with total contributions to the fund during 2014 of £3,311 and prizes of £1,322 paid out resulting in a net £1,989 being added to the Trust’s ring fenced fund for future investment. We encourage all supporters to join the 100 club, and you can find out more and join here.