June 2022 income and expenditure

Expenditure was down again this month to £3103.29.

Pitch hires only totaled £104,17 for the Men’s First Team and £125 for the Women’s First Team. Pitch hire was higher for Youth Training (£680) and for the Access for Women (£537,30), who also spent £74,92 for some footballs. £115 was spent on Match officials by the Men’s First Team this month. Kit laundry totaled £120 for the Men’s First Team and £20 for the Men’s Development team.

The main item of spending for the Communications Committee this month was postage, with roughly £200 spent on standard postage and another £380 on zero rated postage. In addition, £40.24 was spent on MailChimp credits and £6.90 on online store costs.

Additional league registrations and DBS checks were needed this month, with £100 spent for the Access for Women Superleague registration and £130 spent on DBS checks by the Youth Training.

The finance committee spent the usual monthly £24,70 on the accounting software. This month, the League Liaison Committee spent £445 on disciplinary fines.

In terms of income, the Club’s income decreased this month from £6,952.59 in May to £4208,31.


The merchandise brought in £1082,25 (after the deduction of PayPal fees of £11.73). Memberships brought in £488,16 after £31,84 deduction in fees. Where a lot of renewals now take place in July/August, intake for June is generally much lower compared to the other summer months (only 33 renewals and only 9 new members).

The Club received a £863,15 Farenet Grant, as well as deposit and pitch hire refunds of £100 and £90. 

Generous Match Day donations for the Men’s First Team brought in £237.50 after £1,32 in fees. Other donations include £91,40 for the Women’s First Team, £743,25 of donations for the Youth Training, £130 for the Women’s 5 sessions, as well as £315 of other donations and £30,68 of direct debit donations.

In reporting the club’s expenditure, VAT is listed separately. In June, we only collected £11.17 and spent £6223,69.


We have recorded Hardship Fund income and spending separately and in June 2022, the income and spending for the Hardship Fund was:

Donations received for CCFC supporters £19,17 
Payments made from Hardship Fund £0 

In total, £14 610,26 has been received and £14 542 has been paid out so far from the Hardship Fund from March 2020 to the end of June 2022. The remaining balance is thus £68,29

The club’s full income and expenditure for June 2022 is as follows: 


Merchandise £ 1082,25* 
Membership £  488,16** 

Match Day Donations
Men’s First Team £     237,50 
Women’s First Team £   91,40*** 

Non Match Day Donations
Monthly Direct Debit £  30,68**** 
Other Donations £     315,00 
Youth Training Donations £     743,25 
Women’s 5 sessions £     130,00 

Refund of deposit from Greater London Women’s Football team £     100,00 
Farenet Grant £     863,15 
Refund of Pitch hire cost £       90,00 
Charity Bank Interest £       36,92 

Total CCFC Income £  4 208,31 

*After a total of £11.73 in fees

**After £31.84 in fees

*** After £0.10 in fees

**** After £1,32 in fees


Access for Women
Pitch hire April to May 2022 £     537,30 
Superleague Registration £     100,00 
Footballs £       74,92 

Communications Committee
Standard postage £     198,41 
Zero rated postage £     380,03 
Exempt postage £         1,54 
MailChimp website costs £       40,24 
Online store costs £         6,98 

Finance Committee
Accounting Software £       24,70 

League Liaison Committee
Disciplinary Fines £     445,00 

Men’s Development Team
Kit Laundry £       20,00 

Men’s First Team
Match officials £     115,00 
Pitch hire £     104,17 
Kit Laundry £     120,00 

Women’s First Team
Pitch hire £     125,00 

Youth Training
Match Day Pitch hire £     500,00 
Youth Trainings Pitch hire £     180,00 
DBS checks £     130,00 

Total CCFC Expenditure £  3 103,29 


Expenditure on our new home is managed by the Old Spotted Dog Ground Trust (OSDGT), the subsidiary company we set up. However, like the club, spending will appear on the OSDGT website and for transparency.

OSD Crowdfunding appeal* £     71,86* 

*After a total of £3,14 in fees

Loan repayment for purchase of the ground £  1 108,69 

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