We donated money to Laylac Center, a youth centre in Bethlehem, for their library and to Different Strokes, a charity that supports to younger stroke survivors in the UK.
In April 2019, Clapton CFC spent £28,846.42, with the largest costs (£16,318.17) a long expected payment to HM Revenue and Customs for VAT collected on sales of our replica shirts – we can expect another one of around the same amount in May. Other associated costs were £1215.00 for registering for VAT in Spain and […]
In March 2019, Clapton CFC spent £37,994.52 and once again, for hopefully the final time, the largest costs (£32,936.15) went towards the production of our replica shirts. We also purchased the defibrillator that members voted on in February and paid for flights for players to play in Catalonia on 8 April (although Barcelona City Council […]
In February 2019, Clapton CFC spent £49,670.47, with the largest costs (£46,904.67) once again going towards the production and distribution of our replica shirts: almost 4000 were produced this month. With three home games in February, we also spent more on programmes (£675) and the various costs of hosting matches. Total income in February 2019 […]
In January 2019, Clapton CFC spent £35,119.88, with the largest costs (£24,646.92) once again going towards the production and distribution of our replica shirts: another 1500 were produced this month. The month also saw the club finish construction of our temporary new stand, which so far has cost us £5,034.18. We also settled our half […]
In December 2018, Clapton CFC spent £33,207.09, with the largest costs (£28,873.18) for the production of 2000 replica shirts in advance of the reopening of our online store. The month also saw the construction of our temporary new stand and costs associated with sending out membership packs to an influx of new members. Additionally, CCFC made […]
In addition, the club sent a donation of £60.68 from supporters to Fanladen St Pauli
In addition, the club passed on donations from CCFC supporters of £89.08 to the Walter Tull History Project and £673.40 from CCFC and Walthamstow FC for the Newham Bookshop appeal