23 per cent increase in turnover
Burton Albion Football Club has announced a profit of £101,690 for 2013 with a turnover of £2.6 million, equating to a 23 per cent increase on 2012.
The club has also seen gate receipts rise to £745,029, a 23 per cent increase on the previous year.
Furthermore Albion have seen a 30 per cent increase in revenue from the bar and conferencing facilities.
Matchday executive box revenue has improved by 34 percent compared to 2012.
Chairman Ben Robinson said: "As a company we want to give supporters the best value for money.
"As we haven't got to deliver dividends to the shareholders and directors the profits we make can be reinvested directly into the club and the community."