Chester FC say they approximate the reduction of anticipated income into the club by the end of the season at £100,000.
Asked how much money the club need to get through to the end of this season if the league is voided, the response in a club Q&A was:
Whilst it is not yet certain it is looking increasingly likely that the season will cease either for the foreseeable future or permanently. Calculating how much money the Club will need to survive is a far from simple task due to the wide-ranging variables both in terms of income now available through Government support and income previously expected which may no longer be realised.
What however is very clear is that due to the postponement of the season will have obviously impact on revenue anticipated from a match-day which alongside the postponement of LFC Ladies Fixtures, End of Season Awards Night, Pitch Hire and other activity will see a reduction of anticipated income into the Club of around £100,000 by the end of the season.