The Premier League in the 2019/20 season is considered a “leaving” season because the revenue of every team is seriously reduced because of the Covid-19 pandemic. Therefore, British football needs to prepare for the 2020/21 season better.
When can spectators return to the field? – Premier League
The 2019/20 season may not yet be the end of the bad, though everything has become out of control. British football experts are concerned that the 2020/21 season is truly a disaster for the Premier League.
The Premier League organizers recently confirmed the tournament will return on June 17, and attempt to finish before the end of August.
However, the current Bundesliga or the Premier League, La Liga, Serie A … do not dare to allow the fans to enter the field. This not only reduces the quality of the matches but also causes the clubs to suffer heavy losses. Therefore, British football wants to minimize damage by the plan to bring the audience back to the field.
According to the prediction of the Daily Mail, in the case of the control of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Premier League still has a great potential to play on the field without spectators in the 2020/21 campaign. And of course, this not simplest reduces the splendor of the matches but also makes 20 golf equipment lose a huge revenue source.
The figure that the Daily Mail estimates if the Premier League kicks off the pitch the entire 2020/21 campaign could amount to £ 880 million. This is indeed a huge amount of money, in the context of the English teams themselves who have encountered many difficulties in this 2019/20 season.
At this time, the pinnacle degree of the English Football Federation, as well as other clubs, wish that through the cease of this year, the stadiums may additionally reopen. According to the source of the Daily Mail, this will be the goal that British officials aim to.
Afraid of losing hundreds of millions of pounds
According to this source, in the event that the fans are allowed to play in December this year, the financial loss of 20 Premier League teams will be reduced to 416.77 million pounds. If the fans are allowed to come on at the beginning of the season, the damage will be around 126.3 million pounds.
It is predicted that Manchester United could be the team as a way to suffer the most damage, with about one hundred forty million kilos if Old Trafford Stadium has no audience inside the 2020/21 season. If Old Trafford could be reopened in December, the damage dropped to £ 61.2 million.
In the Premier League 2018/19 season, the Red Devils earned £ 110.8 million in revenue from ticket sales and other businesses at Old Trafford, accounting for 17.67% of total revenue. Meanwhile, this season “Red Devils” is also the team with the most damage because the last 9 rounds have no audience.
The statistics also show that Arsenal and Tottenham are the teams with big financial losses only Manchester United. Taking into account the remaining matches at Emirates this Premier League season and a 5% increase in revenue on the day of the match next season, Arsenal expects £ 122 million in losses. Arsenal’s loss will be reduced to £ 59.6 million if fans are allowed to play in December this year. If the next season the fans are at the start, Arsenal will only lose 16.2 million pounds.