The epidemic is destined to leave a very deep wound in the European football economy. It is to report Uefa In a report taken from myself Sole 24 ore, According to which the cost of a health emergency should be good 8 billion euros For clubs across the continent.
A figure that, if confirmed, will stop suddenly after 20 years of uninterrupted growth. The report underlined that 120 companies “Existential risk for difficulties»Found since epidemic outbreak in early 2020.
In any case, UEFA’s findings are similar to the Super League’s 12 founding clubs: the epidemic has deprived the entire region of 10% of expected revenue. Biennial 2019-2021. Lost revenue for 55 European leagues is calculated on 8.7 billion, Of which 7.2 billion is for the most important clubs.
The estimate is calculated on accounts previously published by football clubs, as well as re-negotiation (down side) of television rights for various competitions. According to UEFA, the deficit will be broken down as follows:
- in between 3.6 and 4 billion Less than euro Stadiums closed
- in between 2.6 and 2.6 billion Walk less Commercial revenue
- in the middle 1.2 and 1.4 billion Walk less Television rights.
The clubs most affected will be the French, including a 30% drop in total revenue, With the Scottish people. The Premiership closed its doors prematurely last season, as did France’s top football league, Ligue 1.
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