Following the latest UEFA benchmarking report, it’s time to check out the Top 10 football clubs with the biggest debt around Europe in 2020.
Falling into debt in 2020 is a nightmare scenario for any football club, no matter who. It can lead to a potential administration and penalties should board members fail to handle things.
For example, the Italian football governing body demoted Parma to Serie D in 2015 after declaring bankruptcy.
There have been other cases where governing bodies have given cash-strapped clubs winding-up orders as well.
For most teams in debt, however, it doesn’t really matter too much. Many feel they can pay their debtors off with a good solid long-term financial plan – no problem.
That’s not always been the case, though,
So with this in mind, we give you the Top 10 football clubs with the biggest debt in Europe this year.