The Premier League originally planned to gradually open the stadium to fans after October 1, but this plan was shelved because of the aggravation of the epidemic. According to calculations by Swiss Ramble, a well-known football finance blogger, Manchester United will lose £77 million in match-day income if the game is empty until the end of the year, the most among Premier League teams.
The financial expert estimated that in the games played at Old Trafford, Manchester United scored an average of 4.3 million pounds per game. From the restart of the Premier League last season to the end of the season, the Red Devils have lost 30 million pounds of matchday income. Just look at this season, if the empty game continues to the end of the year, the Red Devils will lose 47 million pounds. If the empty game lasts until March next year, they will lose 72 million pounds. There will be no spectators in the whole season. Plus the income from the cup, the loss will be 1.11 Billion pounds.
The Premier League teams that have been more impacted by empty games are Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham. If they are empty until the end of the year, plus the loss of the previous season, these three BIG6 teams will lose 49 million pounds and 4900 in game-day income respectively. Ten thousand pounds, 51 million pounds.