The Companies Of Plymouth Argyle
It was just 14 months ago that Plymouth Argyle were associated with only two companies, now the football club is linked to six!
Since the arrival of Directors Sir Roy Gardner and Keith Todd in the summer of 2009 four new companies have emerged with various directors and shareholders attached to each one.
But who are they? Let's have a look at each company associated with Argyle.
Plymouth Argyle Football Company Limited.
Nature of business - To operate sports arenas and stadiums.
The original Argyle company which was formed in 1910 that now includes Directors Sir Roy Gardner, Keith Todd, Paul Stapleton, Tony Wrathall, Robert Dennerly, George Synan and Yasuaki Kagami plus around 950 ordinary shareholders.
Plymouth Argyle Football Company Holdings Limited.
Formed in 2001 and includes Directors Sir Roy Gardner, Keith Todd, Paul Stapleton, Tony Wrathall, Robert Dennerly, George Synan and Yasuaki Kagami.
Home Park Properties Limited.
Formed in January 2010, originally called Scott Lodge Development Limited but had a name change in March 2010.
Set-up to purchase the Home Park stadium from the football club but no developments as yet.
Keith Todd named as the only Director.
Formed in March 2009 to provide the necessary funds from wealthy investors to purchase Home Park stadium through a mortgage.
Keith Todd - 150 shares.
Sir Roy Gardner - 200.
Andrew Gardner - 50.
Danielle Gardner - 20.
Russell Chambers - 25.
Michael Claydon - 25.
Daniel Desmond - 100.
Dick and Don Limited - 25.
Larry Hirst - 25.
Rob Lucas - 100.
Natalie Newby-Ricci - 20.
Eddie O`Connor - 100.
Joseph J Plumeri - 100.
David Rowe - 100.
Roland Rudd - 25.
Peter J Wood - 100.
Bernard Taylor - 50.
Mastpoint Finance Limited.
Formed in August 2009 to deal with a new mortgage for Argyle with Sir Roy Gardner and Keith Todd named as Trustees.
Plymouth World Cup Bid Limited.
Formed in August 2009 to oversee Plymouth's bid to become a host city for the 2018 World Cup.
Directors named as Paul Stapleton and Douglas Fletcher.