For the 2021-22 season, Liverpool reported a pre-tax profit of £7.5m, with total income increasing by £107m to £594m. The Reds played in all 63 club games during the 2021-22 season, including finals of the FA Cup and Carabao Cup, both of which they won.
Liverpool accounts: Premier League team reports £7.5m pre-tax profit for 2021-22
“Some of the numbers in these latest accounts look slightly skewed as a result of the previous reporting period being impacted by the global pandemic,” managing director Andy Hughes said.
“However, the underlying strength of our financial position remains strong and we continue to operate a sustainable club, which is our main objective from a financial perspective,” he added.
“The cost of running a football club does continue to rise but we maintain our position of growing this club with a significant investment with new and existing players signing contracts and the construction of the new Anfield Road Stand, which we look forward to coming on stream in the summer,” Hughes said.
“In the last five years we have invested over £250m in infrastructure and created world-class facilities for our players, staff and supporters,” he added.
“What’s important now is to finish this season as strong as possible, both on and off the pitch, while we continue to manage costs and explore opportunities for growth in our commercial operations so we can continue to reinvest revenues in players and infrastructure.”