It is no secret that Corona virus pandemic has affected several facets of life, like Education, Religion, Sport, Economy and other businesses throughout the world, football is no exception.
Football is one of the most popular Sport people watched and followed throughout the world and due to the COVID-19 pandemic, football has been playing behind closed doors following the restart after initial lockdown because of safety of spectors from the virus.
It is well known that besides fans cheering their team on match day by showing their support, they also paid to watch them and this served as a revenue to the club. Since the restart of the season, fans has not be allowed to enter stadium and if this continues to next season, club will be affected with lost of match day revenue which served as one of their source of income.
According to financial expert, this is how much English premier league clubs will lose if 2020/21 season is played behind closed doors. It was revealed Manchester United, Arsenal, and Tottenham Hotspur will be more affected.
It remained to be seen, if the matches will continue be playing behind closed doors or fans will be allowed to the stadium next season.
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