由于COVID - 19大流行, NFL本赛季可能损失27亿美元的收入?
NFL could lose $2.7 billion in revenue this season due to COVID-19 pandemic?

NFL could lose $2.7 billion in revenue this season due to COVID-19 pandemic?

由于COVID - 19大流行, NFL本赛季可能损失27亿美元的收入?

2020年8月18日;美国加利福尼亚州Thousand橡树庄园;加州大学洛杉矶分校(Cal Lutheran University)2020赛季推出的NFL官员威尔逊·杜克(Wilson Duke)带金属盾牌柠檬足球概况。强制性信贷: Kirby Lee - USA TODAY体育运动

NFL知道,在COVID - 19大流行病中玩耍可能会在本季损失数十亿美元的收入。现在,潜在损失的规模及其对2021年薪金上限可能产生的影响越来越明显。

在NFL电视收视率大涨的一季里,由于没有游戏日的利润,收入进一步下降。由于体育场的容纳能力全面有限, NFL在本赛季的成本可能高得惊人。

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虽然达拉斯牛仔队(Dallas Cowboys)等球队已经允许2万名球迷进入AT&T体育场进行家庭比赛,但很多NFL俱乐部都在空荡的建筑里玩耍。丹佛布朗科斯(Denver Broncos)、费城鹰(Philadelphia Eagles)、绿湾饼干(Green Bay Packers)、拉斯维加斯赌台(Las Vegas Raiders)和西雅图海鹰(Seattle Seahawks)都在本赛季禁止球迷入场。

很多球队都在为NFL的工资上限在下一季下挫做准备,每个俱乐部可能会减少数千万美元。现在,团队营销报告(Team Marketing Report)20202 Fan成本指数(20202 Fan Cost Index)最近的估算突显了事情可能有多糟糕。

由于体育场收入大幅下降,预计NFL在本赛季将受到27亿美元的打击。虽然每个小组都会受到影响,但国际家庭护理组织表示, Raiders 、 Eagles 、 Packers 、 Patriot和San Francisco 49ers将受到最严重的伤害。

在COVID - 19大流行病爆发之前,国家劳动力市场希望到2021年的工资上限将超过2亿美元。一旦联盟和球员联盟签署了新的CBA ,预计未来几年这一数字还会更高。

今年夏天,联赛显然无法享受到每年创纪录的收入。由于预期利润会受到打击,各小组开始进行准备。与此同时, NFL和NFLPA就如何"分担痛苦"进行了谈判,并找到了一些创造性的解决办法,以减轻财政打击。

作为季节前协议的一部分, NFL和NFLPA商定下一季的薪金上限为1.75亿美元,大低于2020年的薪金上限(1.982亿美元)。随着CBA的签署,今年的经济影响可能会蔓延到多个季节。

幸运的是,有一些好消息给国家阵线带来了好处。它与电视网的合同将于2022年到期,这为利用怪物交易获利创造了新的机会。

ESPN和NBC正在为周日夜间足球(Sunday Night Football)展开数十亿美元的竞购战, FOX正在讨论为未来NFL赛季扩大播音权的创纪录报价。因此,尽管体育场的收入可能会下降,直到COVID - 19疫苗到位,但NFL似乎能够避免一场财务灾难。

The NFL knew it could lose billions of dollars in revenue this season by playing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, the magnitude of the potential losses and the impact it could have on the 2021 salary cap is becoming clearer.

Already amid a season when NFL TV ratings have taken a hit, revenue has been driven down even further by the absence of profits generated from the game-day experience. With stadium capacities limited across the board, the cost could be staggering for the NFL this season.

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NFL salary cap: NFL estimated to lose $2.7 billion this season?

While teams like the Dallas Cowboys have permitted 20,000 fans into AT&T Stadium for home games, plenty of NFL clubs are playing in empty buildings. The Denver Broncos, Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers, Las Vegas Raiders and Seattle Seahawks have all banned fan attendance this season.

Many teams were preparing for the NFL salary cap to drop to sink next season, potentially by tens of millions of dollars per club. Now, recent estimates by Team Marketing Report's 20202 Fan Cost Index highlight just how bad things could be.

The NFL is projected to take a $2.7 billion hit this season due to the massive drop in stadium revenue. While every team would be impacted, the FCI indicated the Raiders, Eagles, Packers, Patriots and San Francisco 49ers would be hurt the most.

Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the NFL hoped to soon have a salary cap in excess of $200 million by 2021. That number was projected to be even higher in future years once the league and the players' union signed the new CBA.

It became evident this summer that the league wouldn't enjoy the record-setting revenue it enjoyed every year. With profits expected to take a hit, teams started preparing. Meanwhile, the NFL and NFLPA negotiated how to "share the pain" and found some creative solutions to lessen the financial blow.

As part of the agreement before the season, the NFL and NFLPA agreed to a $175 million salary cap floor for next season, a steep drop from the 2020 salary cap ($198.2 million). With the CBA signed, the economic fallout this year can be spread across multiple seasons.

Fortunately, there is some good news for the NFL. Its contracts with television networks are set to expire by 2022, creating new opportunities to cash in with monster deals.

ESPN and NBC are in a multi-billion dollar bidding war for Sunday Night Football and FOX is discussing a record-breaking offer for expanded broadcasting rights for future NFL seasons. So, while stadium revenue might be down until a vaccine for COVID-19 is available, it seems the NFL will be able to avoid a financial disaster.

Aug 18, 2020; Thousand Oaks California, USA; A general view of a NFL official Wilson Duke football with metallic shield lgoo introduced for the 2020 season at Los Angeles Rams training camp at Cal Lutheran University. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

2020年8月18日;美国加利福尼亚州Thousand橡树庄园;加州大学洛杉矶分校(Cal Lutheran University)2020赛季推出的NFL官员威尔逊·杜克(Wilson Duke)带金属盾牌柠檬足球概况。强制性信贷: Kirby Lee - USA TODAY体育运动

The NFL knew it could lose billions of dollars in revenue this season by playing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, the magnitude of the potential losses and the impact it could have on the 2021 salary cap is becoming clearer.

NFL知道,在COVID - 19大流行病中玩耍可能会在本季损失数十亿美元的收入。现在,潜在损失的规模及其对2021年薪金上限可能产生的影响越来越明显。

Already amid a season when NFL TV ratings have taken a hit, revenue has been driven down even further by the absence of profits generated from the game-day experience. With stadium capacities limited across the board, the cost could be staggering for the NFL this season.

在NFL电视收视率大涨的一季里,由于没有游戏日的利润,收入进一步下降。由于体育场的容纳能力全面有限, NFL在本赛季的成本可能高得惊人。

NFL Week 9: Schedule and game-by-game picks

NFL第9周:每场比赛的时间和地点

NFL salary cap: NFL estimated to lose $2.7 billion this season?

NFL工资上限: NFL估计本季亏损27亿美元?

While teams like the Dallas Cowboys have permitted 20,000 fans into AT&T Stadium for home games, plenty of NFL clubs are playing in empty buildings. The Denver Broncos, Philadelphia Eagles, Green Bay Packers, Las Vegas Raiders and Seattle Seahawks have all banned fan attendance this season.

虽然达拉斯牛仔队(Dallas Cowboys)等球队已经允许2万名球迷进入AT&T体育场进行家庭比赛,但很多NFL俱乐部都在空荡的建筑里玩耍。丹佛布朗科斯(Denver Broncos)、费城鹰(Philadelphia Eagles)、绿湾饼干(Green Bay Packers)、拉斯维加斯赌台(Las Vegas Raiders)和西雅图海鹰(Seattle Seahawks)都在本赛季禁止球迷入场。

Many teams were preparing for the NFL salary cap to drop to sink next season, potentially by tens of millions of dollars per club. Now, recent estimates by Team Marketing Report's 20202 Fan Cost Index highlight just how bad things could be.

很多球队都在为NFL的工资上限在下一季下挫做准备,每个俱乐部可能会减少数千万美元。现在,团队营销报告(Team Marketing Report)20202 Fan成本指数(20202 Fan Cost Index)最近的估算突显了事情可能有多糟糕。

The NFL is projected to take a $2.7 billion hit this season due to the massive drop in stadium revenue. While every team would be impacted, the FCI indicated the Raiders, Eagles, Packers, Patriots and San Francisco 49ers would be hurt the most.

由于体育场收入大幅下降,预计NFL在本赛季将受到27亿美元的打击。虽然每个小组都会受到影响,但国际家庭护理组织表示, Raiders 、 Eagles 、 Packers 、 Patriot和San Francisco 49ers将受到最严重的伤害。

Before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the NFL hoped to soon have a salary cap in excess of $200 million by 2021. That number was projected to be even higher in future years once the league and the players' union signed the new CBA.

在COVID - 19大流行病爆发之前,国家劳动力市场希望到2021年的工资上限将超过2亿美元。一旦联盟和球员联盟签署了新的CBA ,预计未来几年这一数字还会更高。

It became evident this summer that the league wouldn't enjoy the record-setting revenue it enjoyed every year. With profits expected to take a hit, teams started preparing. Meanwhile, the NFL and NFLPA negotiated how to "share the pain" and found some creative solutions to lessen the financial blow.

今年夏天,联赛显然无法享受到每年创纪录的收入。由于预期利润会受到打击,各小组开始进行准备。与此同时, NFL和NFLPA就如何"分担痛苦"进行了谈判,并找到了一些创造性的解决办法,以减轻财政打击。

As part of the agreement before the season, the NFL and NFLPA agreed to a $175 million salary cap floor for next season, a steep drop from the 2020 salary cap ($198.2 million). With the CBA signed, the economic fallout this year can be spread across multiple seasons.

作为季节前协议的一部分, NFL和NFLPA商定下一季的薪金上限为1.75亿美元,大低于2020年的薪金上限(1.982亿美元)。随着CBA的签署,今年的经济影响可能会蔓延到多个季节。

Fortunately, there is some good news for the NFL. Its contracts with television networks are set to expire by 2022, creating new opportunities to cash in with monster deals.

幸运的是,有一些好消息给国家阵线带来了好处。它与电视网的合同将于2022年到期,这为利用怪物交易获利创造了新的机会。

ESPN and NBC are in a multi-billion dollar bidding war for Sunday Night Football and FOX is discussing a record-breaking offer for expanded broadcasting rights for future NFL seasons. So, while stadium revenue might be down until a vaccine for COVID-19 is available, it seems the NFL will be able to avoid a financial disaster.

ESPN和NBC正在为周日夜间足球(Sunday Night Football)展开数十亿美元的竞购战, FOX正在讨论为未来NFL赛季扩大播音权的创纪录报价。因此,尽管体育场的收入可能会下降,直到COVID - 19疫苗到位,但NFL似乎能够避免一场财务灾难。