RFL Budget For £2m Loss In 2017

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12 July 2018

The Rugby Football League have confirmed that it will report a loss of £2.029 million (€2.29m) for last year, 2017.

A loss was budgeted for and approved by the RFL as it recognised 2017 would be a difficult financial year but that it would need to continue to invest in a number of areas.

Significant investment was made in the international set up to maximise the opportunity of ...

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