RFL Reports 2011 Growth
18 July 2012 by Editor
The RFL increased its turnover to an all-time high of £27.04m in 2011 when the distribution of funds to member clubs reached record levels, it was announced at the sport’s Annual General Meeting earlier today.
The turnover of £27.04m represents an 18.5 per cent increase on 2010 largely attributable to match and sponsorship income derived from hosting the Four Nations tournament that...
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