Super League could cut domestic league revenues ‘by up to 55 per cent’

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A European Super League (ESL) would lead to a decline in domestic league revenues of up to 55 per cent and have a detrimental effect on leagues across the continent, according to a report from professional services company KPMG released today (Friday).

According to the study prepared for LaLiga, the organising body of the top two divisions of Spanish club football, 40 domestic European leagues account for €25.73bn ($27.09bn) of revenue, more than 70 per cent of the value of football in Europe, including €11bn in broadcast rights.

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