That sets them up nicely in the short term and they also appear to be heading in the right direction in the long term, with work well underway on a new 57-acre facility that chairman John Conlan has described as 'something rather special'.
The club plans to switch bases from their current Sudbury complex - home to the Exiles for some 83 years - to the already impressive looking development on the site of a former golf course, which is just moments away from where there are now, at the end of the season.
"This is a huge step for us. It's a huge, state-of-the-art facility with £10/11 million of investment and it is something rather special," said Conlan.
"It's been 80 years (at Sunbury), but unfortunately we have outgrown it. It's a bit sad but something special is now here.
"A lot of progress has been made: there are six full-size pitches, one is an artificial one, and there are six junior pitches. The clubhouse foundations are in, work is starting on that next week and should be finished by the end of May."
London Irish enjoy a unique standing in the English game as the only professional side to also have a fully amateur structure within it.
The first XV of the amateur side ply their trade in National League Two South, with a whole host of other senior and age-group teams also within the set up.
That forms a proud part of the club as a whole, as does their record of producing young talent who graduate from the academy to the first team and then on to international honours.
Flying wing Marland Yarde is the most recent of those star names now involved with England and Conlan hopes the new training facilities will lead to an even greater pool of talent making it on the big stage in future years.
"We have created out of our academy and from the elite end of our rugby some famous players," added Conlan.
"And we're still doing that for England and elsewhere, and we hope with these new facilities to do even better.
"Some great players have come out of our academy and Marland Yarde is the latest of a long line that have come out of there.
"This is the largest amateur club in the UK, so you have a full professional club and they share the same as the international stars who are and will be based here. It's for everyone: from kids to the community, to the old guys who want to turn out and play again to the international players in our elite squad.
"We're quite encouraged for the future."