In their previous annual results, the Old Trafford giants' revenue dropped from £627.1m to £509m - figures that incorporated just a three-month hit of the coronavirus pandemic.
The economic ramifications continued in the year ending June 30, 2021, with United seeing revenue drop down to £494.1m.
The net loss of £92.2m - up 297.4 per cent from £23.2m in 2020 - was largely down to the accounting impact of a £66.6m non-cash tax charge.
With fans allowed back after 18months,Man Utd is expected to recover back some losses they made. Champions League participation was a key reason behind wages increasing by 13.6 per cent to £322.6m.
Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward said: "It has been an exciting start to the season at Old Trafford, with capacity crowds in attendance for the first time in almost 18 months.
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