Bohemians see balance sheet grow after worldwide demand for football shirts

Strong shirt sales, and membership numbers which are now approaching 2,000, helped the club to another surplus last year

Bohemian FC is known for its distinctive shirt designs, most recently releasing a Dublin Bus-themed jersey which players wear when playing in the FAI Cup. Picture: Getty

Bohemian FC, the League of Ireland club, grew its balance sheet to €2.6 million last year thanks to its European run and strong football shirt sales.

The club, which parted ways with manager Keith Long last week after a difficult run of form, enjoyed a better year on the balance sheet, with an operating surplus of €733,612 in 2021.

But directors at Bohs said they expected the club to post a “small” operating loss in ...