SWINDON Town could lose up to £1.25 million at the concession stands if fans are not allowed into stadiums for the rest of this season, a study has found.

For every game without fans, the County Ground outfit could lose an estimated £55,391, according to money.co.uk.

If the rule on no spectators becomes season long, Swindon Town could lose approximately £1,218,602.

Unsurprisingly, the clubs which have the largest stadiums are set to lose the most in the coming weeks. Without fans, Sunderland are set to lose £218,282 per game and £4,802,213 if this rule lasts all season.

Charlton Athletic and Ipswich Town are also expected to lose around £3m if fans can't return this season.

At the other end of the spectrum are Accrington Stanley, who thanks to their stadium's smaller capacity, are set to lose around £17,172 per game and £377,784 over the season.

Collectively, it is estimated that League One clubs could lose over £1.5m per game (£1,543,422) without fans and an eye-watering £34m (£33,955,293) if fans are unable to return all season.

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For more details, check out the full study here: https://www.money.co.uk/guides/stadium-concessions-revenue-loss#league-one