Pro14 company’s revenue increases by €1.5m

Celtic Rugby saw revenue increase over last few years, but faces a major challenge this year as season is cancelled over coronavirus

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
15th March, 2020
Pro14 company’s revenue increases by €1.5m
Pro14 rugby faces an uncertain few weeks ahead with the cancellation of games for an initial two week period Picture: Getty

Revenue at Celtic Rugby, the company behind the Pro14 rugby league grew from £24.8 million to £26.3 million in 2019.

The company was left with a pre-tax profit of just £14,459 after costs of around £26.3 million.

While the competition’s revenue has increased for the last few years, it faces a major challenge for the current season, which has been suspended because of the outbreak of the Covid-19 coronavirus.

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