Sports: Finance

Culture Media and Sport written question – answered on 24th January 2008.

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Photo of Don Foster Don Foster Shadow Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport

To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport pursuant to the answer of 13 November 2007, Off icial Report, column 1006-07, on sports: finance, how much funding in each year was provided from (a) his departmental budget and (b) Lottery funding.

Photo of Gerry Sutcliffe Gerry Sutcliffe Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for Culture, Media and Sport) (Sport)

The figures in the table represent the actual spend (or 'outturn') on sport, from 1997-2000, as set out in the Department's published appropriation accounts, and for 2001-06 in the Department's resource accounts. Details of the 2007-08 allocation for sport as at the winter supplementary estimate can be found in central Government supply estimate 2007-08, winter supplementary estimates (HC29).

Departmental outturn
£ million
1997-98 50.1
1998-99 49.4
1999-2000 51.6
2000-01 52.6
2001-02 63.9
2002-03 109.8
2003-04 78.9
2004-05 111.5
2005-06 117.5
2006-07 169.5
2007-08(1) 187.4
Lottery funding for England
£ million
1997-98 153
1998-99 357
1999-2000 251
2000-01 232
2001-02 309
2002-03 313
2003-04 261
2004-05 232
2005-06 400
2006-07 296
2007-08(2) 227
(1) Plans figures as at winter supplementary estimate

(2) Projected income figure

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