Dortmund say they could lose as much as €3 million per match played behind closed doors

11 March 2020

BVB
Photo: PA Images A series of matches in Germany and involving German teams have now been postponed due to the virus, but the league is yet to issue any across-the-board temporary restrictions.

Despite the potential drop in income, the club do not expect "any significant, lasting negative effects" on their net assets.

A series of matches in Germany or involving German teams have been directed to be played without spectators.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Dortmund could lose as much as €3 million per match forced to be played behind closed doors, but they do not expect "any significant, lasting negative effects" on their net assets due to the spread of the coronavirus, COVID-19. 

A series of matches in Germany and involving German teams have now been postponed due to the virus, but the league is yet to issue any across-the-board temporary restrictions, as its counterparts in Italy and Spain have done.

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