National League funding split confirmed - Bees in lower tier

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National League funding split confirmed - Bees in lower tier

Postby hoofer2 » 21 Oct 2020, 11:35

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/54629239


The National League is to distribute the government's £10m support package on an average attendance basis, meaning seven former Football League clubs will receive a larger sum.

Chesterfield, Hartlepool, Notts County, Stockport, Torquay, Wrexham and Yeovil will receive £95,000 a month, with the 16 other clubs receiving £84,000.

National League games are currently being played behind closed doors.

The first payments of National Lottery funds is scheduled for next week.

In National League North and South, the majority of clubs will get £30,000 a month, although Chester, Dulwich Hamlet, Hereford, Maidstone and York will receive £36,000 a month on the same distribution model basis.
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Re: National League funding split confirmed - Bees in lower

Postby Patel89 » 21 Oct 2020, 12:00

What was our budget this season?

I read 400k a year somewhere is that true? if so this covers our monthly wage bill
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Re: National League funding split confirmed - Bees in lower

Postby MCB » 21 Oct 2020, 12:08

Patel89 wrote:What was our budget this season?

I read 400k a year somewhere is that true? if so this covers our monthly wage bill


Unspecified, but i've had £609,000 kicking around in my head - something like half of last seasons budget, and i'm not sure where I read it (or if I made it up).
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Re: National League funding split confirmed - Bees in lower

Postby Patel89 » 21 Oct 2020, 12:11

MCB wrote:
Patel89 wrote:What was our budget this season?

I read 400k a year somewhere is that true? if so this covers our monthly wage bill


Unspecified, but i've had £609,000 kicking around in my head - something like half of last seasons budget, and i'm not sure where I read it (or if I made it up).


Cheers even with that figure 84k goes a long way to filling a whole depending on how often we will get funding/support
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Re: National League funding split confirmed - Bees in lower

Postby ETBee » 21 Oct 2020, 13:15

It would appear that no account has been taken of income from season tickets sold and income from streaming and other sources. In practice a simple model is best. The split is between above and below the average attendance last year so Barrow and Harrogate would not have been in the higher band.
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Re: National League funding split confirmed - Bees in lower

Postby becbee » 21 Oct 2020, 13:40

I know there's no answer that would suit every team but when the average attendance was 2,174, Halifax and Woking on 2,141 and 2,138 respectively must be spitting feathers.
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Re: National League funding split confirmed - Bees in lower

Postby BEE428 » 21 Oct 2020, 13:51

Surely people in sports can figure out a way to open the stadiums
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Re: National League funding split confirmed - Bees in lower

Postby OB1 » 21 Oct 2020, 14:15

At those rates the £10m will only last 3 months.
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Re: National League funding split confirmed - Bees in lower

Postby rudebwoyben » 21 Oct 2020, 14:28

OB1 wrote:At those rates the £10m will only last 3 months.


Yes this is for the three months that’s been confirmed. They’ll decide whether to extend this in January(?)
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Re: National League funding split confirmed - Bees in lower

Postby MCB » 21 Oct 2020, 16:08

So a fan on twitter has worked out the monthly grant per spectator (based on last years attendance), and after last years shite crowds, we're doing quite well out of it.

1. Borehamwood - £116.02 per fan per month
2. Hungerford Town FC - £92.02 pfpm
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11. Barnet FC - £69.19 pfpm
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68. York City - £13.31 pfpm!


https://twitter.com/bobbinsoncrusoe/status/1318904787564376065
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Postby rudebwoyben » 21 Oct 2020, 16:26

Borehamwood is in the Secretary of State for Culture,Media and Sports constituency!
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Re: National League funding split confirmed - Bees in lower

Postby MCB » 21 Oct 2020, 17:48

rudebwoyben wrote:Borehamwood is in the Secretary of State for Culture,Media and Sports constituency!



https://twitter.com/OliverDowden/status/1312742652606111744
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