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Sports Cricket 18 Mar 2020 Cancelling football ...

Cancelling football season could cost Europe's top clubs four billion euros: report

AFP
Published Mar 18, 2020, 11:54 pm IST
Updated Mar 18, 2020, 11:54 pm IST
Clubs in the so-called 'Big Five' leagues all rely heavily on television money to help fill their coffers
Chelsea flag flies before kick off of the English Premier League football match between Chelsea and Everton at Stamford Bridge in London. AFP Photo
 Chelsea flag flies before kick off of the English Premier League football match between Chelsea and Everton at Stamford Bridge in London. AFP Photo

Paris: Europe's top five football leagues could lose as much as four billion euros ($4.33 billion, 3.75 billion pounds) in combined revenue if the coronavirus pandemic completely wipes out the rest of the season, according to a study by KPMG.

The accounting firm, one of the world's biggest, calculated the total potential matchday, broadcasting and commercial revenues set to be generated by the remaining matches in the Premier league, La Liga, German Bundesliga, Italy's Serie A and France's Ligue 1 added up to between 3.45-4 billion euros across the five leagues.

 

KPMG estimates England's Premier League would lose the most, with as much as 1.25 billion euros going up in smoke should the season be halted -- a potential 800 million euros of that in broadcasting revenue alone.

"Broadcasters who have collective deals with leagues may claim that they want money back proportionally if matches are cancelled and the season is not completed," said the report.

The Premier League's broadcasting revenue losses would be the highest despite having fewer games left to play than every other league apart from the Bundesliga, which has the lowest number of teams at 18.

 

However clubs in the so-called "Big Five" leagues all rely heavily on television money to help fill their coffers.

La Liga in Spain could lose as much as 600 million euros from broadcasters, the report said, while Serie A clubs stand to lose up to 450 million euros from a cancelled season.

The Bundesliga and Ligue 1 stand to lose as much as 400 and 200 millions euros respectively.

UEFA has committed to trying to finish club seasons by June 30, but the target date will need to be reviewed if the spread of the virus does not slow.

 

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