The German Football Federation (DFB) sees itself hit “extremely hard” in the current Corona crisis.
One expects “definitely a two-digit million deficit this year,” General Secretary Friedrich Curtius told the magazine “The Mirror”. If the crisis drags on for another year, this deficit may even be “three digits”, Curtius added.
The DFB will lose revenue in March and June due to unusual country games, In addition, the football EM 2020 has been postponed by one year to the summer 2021.
In the amateur field, the game has been suspended for about two months. As of this weekend, the Federal Football League will resume the game with ghost games.