Coronavirus lockdown has lost Doncaster Rovers more than £1 million, study says

Doncaster Rovers have lost a whopping £1.2 million in matchday revenue because of the coronavirus lockdown, a new study has suggested.

By Darren Burke
Wednesday, 5th August 2020, 4:06 pm
The coronavirus lockdown is predicted to have lost Doncaster Rovers £1.2 million.

The club has missed out on an eye-watering £1,270,808 according to Business Rescue Expert, making them the eighth biggest losers in League One.

In the Premier League, Manchester City have reportedly lost a whopping £23.9 million because of the coronavirus shutdown, with Manchester United second on £17.7 million in lost income.

The full breakdown of every league club in England suggests that a total of £305 million has been lost.

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The team at Business Rescue Expert factored in the price of pies, pints and programmes to help come up with the potential revenues lost by each club.

Sunderland topped the League One table, missing out on £4.5 million, which is more than many Championship and Premier League clubs.

Ipswich, Portsmouth, Bolton and Lincoln completed the League One top five.