According to a study conducted by OLGB.com (as relayed by The Daily Mail), Tottenham are losing out on an average of more than £165,000 in revenue every home game due to empty seats at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
There has been a huge drop off in the attendance figures at Spurs’ home ground for the last month and a half.
Inews revealed two weeks ago that Tottenham’s home ground has seen well below 50,000 fans since their win over Norwich at the start of December.
OLGB.com have now revealed that the North London club are losing out on more matchday revenue than any other Premier League club as a result.
The calculations, which are based on the cheapest available ticket, put Spurs’ loss at more than £165,000 per home game due to an average of 8,284 empty seats per matchday at the stadium.
It is revealed that Tottenham have 5,000 more empty seats than any other top-flight club.
Chelsea (£155,000), Southampton (£108,416), Burnley (£101,790) and Manchester City (£86,275) round out the top-five in terms of lost revenue per home game.
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This is due to a multitude of reasons, one of them being that there are now very few foreign supporters who attend matches due to travel restrictions. The impact of Covid-19 itself as well as the requirement of proof of vaccination could be contributing to the lower attendances.
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