Crisis due Covid-19
Pandemic situation Covid-19 no signs of letting up in the UK. And therefore, the English Premier League can not come back to finish ninth round with 92 unfinished match. And the 2019/20 campaign can end or not is still a question unanswered.
Premiership losing a lot of money if you do not play in next season's audience
2019/20 season but may still not be the end of the worst. English football experts are concerned that the new 2020/21 season is a disaster for the English Premier League in particular, for the level of football in all of Europe in general.
As predicted by the Daily Mail, in the case of a pandemic can control Covid-19, the Premiership is still capable of a huge game in the game, not the audience in the campaign 2020/21. And of course, this not only reduces the attractiveness of the game, but that 20 clubs lost a huge source of revenue.
According to The Telegraph, the big clubs in the Premier League can lose about 21.3 million pounds fare if the season 2019/20 continue on the pitch not the audience. But in the next season, things are a lot worse.
Figures that estimate the Daily Mail Premiership if not the audience play in the entire 2020/21 campaign can be up to 880 million pounds. This is indeed a huge amount, in the context of the English team itself is inherently difficult in the 2019/20 season.
At this time, elite of the FA and the clubs hope that later this year, the stadium can be reopened. In case fans are allowed on the field in December of this year, the financial losses of the 20 Premier League teams will be reduced to 416.77 million pounds. If the fans are coming off the first season, the damage will be about 126.3 million pounds.
Manchester United - Arsenal suffered heavy losses
According to estimates, MU will be the worst losers, with about 140 million pounds if the Old Trafford no spectators in season 2020/21. If you can open the door at Old Trafford back in September 12, losses decreased to 61.2 million pounds.
Old Trafford has a capacity of best Premiership present time
In the 2018/19 season, "Reds" earned 110.8 million pounds of revenue from ticket sales and other types of business in Old Trafford, accounting for 17.67% of total revenue. Meanwhile, this season, "Red Devil" is also the most damage since 9 last round with no spectators.
The statistics also show that Arsenal and Tottenham are the large financial losses just less each MU. Including the remaining matches this season on Emirates Stadium and 5% increase in revenues on the day matches next season, Arsenal expected losses of about 122 million pounds.
Arsenal's losses will fall to 59.6 million pounds if fans are allowed on the field from December this year. If the next season the fans are on the field at the outset, Arsenal will lose 16.2 million pounds.
Tottenham lost 106.5 million pounds if the stone must match on the field next season without spectators while the loss of 105 million pounds Liverpool. The corresponding losses of Chelsea and Manchester City is 81.5 million pounds and 74 million pounds if they have to play in next season no audience.
Arsenal may damage quarter revenue because of ice on the field no audience
This disparity is by the Old Trafford club's largest accommodating Premiership this time, with 74,879 seats. Followed by Tottenham Hotspur Stadium with 62,214 seats. Next is Emirates Stadium with 60,260 seats, but Arsenal's fare is higher than Tottenham lot.
Followed by London Stadium - the home ground of West Ham club with 60,000 seats, while Etihad Stadium Manchester City ranked fifth with 55 017 seats. Liverpool's Anfield capacity of 54 074 seats only.