ON Tuesday it was announced by Prime Minister Boris Johnson that plans for fans to return to football stadiums from 1 October will not go ahead.

By analysing the cost of pint and pie, along with estimated attendance numbers at each of the League Two's stadiums, money.co.uk have calculated the estimated revenue lost per game and for the season with limited fans in the stands.

Losses with no attendance: For every game without fans, Southend United could lose an estimated £78,070 at the concession stands.

If the rule on no spectators becomes season long, Southend United could lose £1,717,531.

Unsurprisingly, the clubs which have the largest stadiums are set to lose the most in the coming weeks.

Without fans, newly relegated Bolton Wanderers are set to lose £186,700 per game and £4,107,389 if this rule lasts all season.

Bradford City, Tranmere Rovers, Port Vale and Carlisle United are also all expected to lose over £2m if fans can't return this season.

At the other end of the spectrum are Salford City, who thanks to their stadium's smaller capacity, are set to lose around £30,648 per game and £674,256 over the season.

Collectively, it is estimated that League Two clubs could lose over £1.7m per game without fans and an eye-watering £37m if fans are unable to return all season.