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    How much every Championship club lost over lockdown

    In this article, we take a look at how much every Championship club lost over the coronavirus lockdown which saw the 2019/20 season come to a halt.

    English teams in the football pyramid has lost a huge amount of matchday revenue with the season finishing behind closed doors.

    Each side’s total has been compiled, looked into and revealed according to Business Rescue Expert.

    They took into out the the price of pies, pints and programmes, before giving a full breakdown of every league club in England – totalling £305 million gone.

    24th) LUTON

    The Hatters have lost a total of £1.5 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (10,048), their cheapest ticket (£20), pie cost (£3.50), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3).

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    23rd) WIGAN

    The Latics have lost a total of £1.5 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (10,610), their cheapest ticket (£20), pie cost (£2.80), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    22nd) BRENTFORD

    The Bees have lost a total of £1.7 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (11,690), their cheapest ticket (£20), pie cost (£3.50), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    21st) BLACKBURN

    The Rovers have lost a total of £2.1 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (13,873), their cheapest ticket (£22), pie cost (£2.80), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3).

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    20th) HULL

    The Tigers have lost a total of £2.2 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (11,553), their cheapest ticket (£28.50), pie cost (£3.20), pint cost (£3.90) and programme price (£3).

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    19th) MILLWALL

    The Lions have lost a total of £2.2 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (13,482), their cheapest ticket (£23), pie cost (£3.50), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3).

     

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    18th) PRESTON

    The Lilywhites have lost a total of £2.2 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (13,579), their cheapest ticket (£24), pie cost (£3), pint cost (£3.60) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    17th) BARNSLEY

    The Tykes have lost a total of £2.2 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (14,061), their cheapest ticket (£23), pie cost (£3.20), pint cost (£4) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    16th) READING

    The Royals have lost a total of £6.8 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (14,407), their cheapest ticket (£23), pie cost (£3.90), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    15th) QPR

    The R’s have lost a total of £2.4 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (13,721), their cheapest ticket (£25), pie cost (£3.60), pint cost (£4.60) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    14th) CHARLTON

    The Addicks have lost a total of £3.0 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (18,017), their cheapest ticket (£23), pie cost (£4), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    13th) CARDIFF

    The Bluebirds have lost a total of £3.2 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (22,822), their cheapest ticket (£17), pie cost (£3.90), pint cost (£4.30) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    12th) SWANSEA

    The Swans have lost a total of £3.2 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (16,151), their cheapest ticket (£30), pie cost (£3.90), pint cost (£3.90) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    11th) BIRMINGHAM

    The Blues have lost a total of £3.5 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (20,412), their cheapest ticket (£25), pie cost (£3), pint cost (£3.60) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    10th) SHEFFIELD WED

    The Owls have lost a total of £3.5 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (23,732), their cheapest ticket (£20), pie cost (£3.50), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    9th) WEST BROM

    The Baggies have lost a total of £3.6 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (24,053), their cheapest ticket (£20), pie cost (£3.40), pint cost (£3.80) and programme price (£3.50).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    8th) BRISTOL CITY

    The Robins have lost a total of £3.9 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (21,693), their cheapest ticket (£25), pie cost (£3.70), pint cost (£3.95) and programme price (£3.50).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    7th) MIDDLESBROUGH

    The Boro have lost a total of £3.9 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (19,933), their cheapest ticket (£30), pie cost (£3), pint cost (£3.60) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    6th) STOKE

    The Potters have lost a total of £4.0 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (22,828), their cheapest ticket (£25), pie cost (£3.20), pint cost (£3.60) and programme price (£3.50).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    5th) HUDDERSFIELD

    The Terriers have lost a total of £4.3 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (21,748), their cheapest ticket (£30), pie cost (£3.40), pint cost (£3.20) and programme price (£3.50).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    4th) NOTT’M FOREST

    The Reds have lost a total of £4.9 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (27,748), their cheapest ticket (£25), pie cost (£3.30), pint cost (£4.50) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    3rd) FULHAM

    The Cottagers have lost a total of £5.1 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (18,204), their cheapest ticket (£45), pie cost (£4.50), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3.50).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    2nd) DERBY

    The Rams have lost a total of £5.8 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (26,727), their cheapest ticket (£33), pie cost (£3.80), pint cost (£4.20) and programme price (£3).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

     

    1st) LEEDS

    The Whites have lost a total of £6.8 million worth of revenue due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    Business Rescue Expert took into account their average attendance (25,321), their cheapest ticket (£28), pie cost (£3.80), pint cost (£3.50) and programme price (£3.50).

    www.fanbanter.co.uk – Fan reaction to the latest football news, gossip & funnies

    Now you have seen how much every Championship club lost over lockdown, which surprised you? What are your thoughts?

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