According to a study by The Telegraph, Manchester United will suffer the most from Premier League teams. They will lose £139.39 million.
The English Premier League will lose more than one billion pounds if the matches of the 2020/2021 season are not watched.
According to a study by the British, The Telegraph, Manchester United will suffer the most from Premier League teams. They will lose 139.39 million pounds sterling.
Arsenal will lose 122.27 million in the game in front of empty stands. Still, it will deal a bigger blow to the Londoners’ budget than Manchester United. That is because, in the 2018/2019 season, the income of the “Gunners” in the presence of spectators at the stadium was almost a quarter of the club’s other income.
Tottenham will lose about 106 million pounds, Liverpool – £104 million, Chelsea – 82 million, Manchester City – £72 million.
The stadiums in England were originally scheduled to open to the public on October 1. Still, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said stadiums would remain closed due to the second wave of the coronavirus outbreak.
Notably, a recently published FIFA study shows that the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to cost club football worldwide $14 billion this year.