From £200,000 to £4.3 million: Here's how much Premier League clubs could miss out on per match played behind closed doors

10 March 2020

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Photo: PA Images Everton and Chelsea players walk past each other after the Premier League banned the pre-match handshake over coronavirus concerns.

Despite other countries implementing a series of preventative measures over coronavirus fears, all Premier League and EFL matches are currently set to go ahead as planned.

If, however, they are forced to play matches behind closed doors, Manchester United could lose out on as much as £4.3 million per home match, while Tottenham could lose around £2.5 million per match.

The EFL has told the government that some clubs fear going out of business if such measures are implemented.

Matches in LaLiga Smartbank and Santander will be played behind closed doors for the next two weeks.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

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