Lyon's Q3 earnings drop as pandemic all but certain to cause steep additional losses
13 May 2020
The French club's revenue dropped by €9.8 million in the first three quarters of the season due to the coronavirus crisis.
Facing no European football next season, cancellation of non-matchday events and general uncertainty, Lyon's income looks certain to fall steeply in the coming year.
Lyon expect to lose out on a total of €50 million in income this season due to the crisis.
The club have not reiterated their projected sponsorship income for next season.
Olympique Lyon's revenue fell by €9.8 million to €175.1 million (excluding transfer income) in the first three quarters of the season , mainly due to the coronavirus pandemic, but the club face much steeper losses in the coming year as a veil of uncertainty continues to cloud the world of football.
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