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Ligue 1 syndicate forecasts enormous losses for clubs

The Ligue 1 clubs' syndicate has published a study suggesting that top-flight clubs will lose over €1 billion in revenue over two season due to Covid-19 pandemic.

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PSG’s fans in the stands watch Paris Saint-Germain v Celtic friendly match at the Parc des Princes stadium on July 21, 2020 in Paris, France.  *** Local Caption *** .
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The syndicate of Ligue 1 clubs has published a report on the expected losses the French football league can expect to face as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and the decision to end the season in France early with PSG crowned champions due to the spread of Covid-19.

The report suggests that Ligue 1 has shed €605 million worth of income over the course of the current season, with total losses across all of France’s divisions of €1.27 billion.

Ligue 1 to lose €650m next season

In 2020-21 the study anticipates losses of €650 million for Ligue 1 clubs over the course of the season, a situation exacerbated by Ligue 1 stadiums only being permitted to hold 5,000 spectators until 31 December. The 2020-21 season is due to start on 22 August

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