Revealed: The multi-million pound sum lockdown has cost Sheffield Wednesday

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The staggering amount of matchday revenue every English club has lost due to the season finishing behind closed doors has been added up – with Sheffield Wednesday among the biggest losers.

The club has missed out on an eye-watering £3.5 million according to Business Rescue Expert, making them the 10th biggest losers in the Championship.

Manchester City topped the entire table, reportedly losing a whopping £23.9 million because of the coronavirus shutdown, with Manchester United second on £17.7 million in lost income.

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Leeds United topped the Championship table with an estimated lost £6.85 million.

Lockdown has cost Sheffield Wednesday £3.5million.Lockdown has cost Sheffield Wednesday £3.5million.
Lockdown has cost Sheffield Wednesday £3.5million.

Derby lost £5.8 million with Fulham third on £5.1 million.

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

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.

Championship revenue lost since Project Restart.

1. Leeds United (£6.8 million)

2. Derby County (£5.8 million)

3. Fulham (£5.1 million)

4.Nottingham Forest (£4.9 million)

5. Huddersfield (£4.3 million)

6. Stoke City (£4m)

7. Middlesborough (£3.94m)

8. Bristol City (£3.92m)

9. West Brom (£3.6m)

10. Sheffield Wednesday (£3.5m)

11. Birmingham City (£3.5m)

12. Swansea City (£3.2m)

13. Cardiff City (£3.2m)

14. Charlton (£3m)

15. QPR (£2.4m)

16. Reading (£2.4m)

17. Barnsley (£2.29m)

18. Preston North End (£2.28m)

19. Millwall (£2.24m)

20. Hull City (£2.29m)

21.Blackburn (£2.1m)

Brentford (£1.7m)Wigan (£1.5m)Luton (£1.5m)