Yeovil Town have announced a profit of £53,379 for the year ended 30 June 2012, with turnover up by 5% at £3.1m.
It is the third year in succession the League One club have recorded a profit.
The Glovers are sixth in the table, level on points with Tranmere and Swindon, and are only two points from the automatic promotion places.
"This has been achieved in extremely challenging economic conditions," Yeovil chief executive Marytn Starnes told the club website.
"Great credit must be attributed to everyone that has contributed to this performance."