With the second outbreak of the epidemic becoming more and more serious, European countries have recently tightened their anti-epidemic policies. This is reflected in the football field. That is, all countries originally planned to slowly let the spectators return to the stadium, but now they have canceled each. Italy has not allowed fans to return to the stadium, and now it has begun a new partial blockade. Germany will implement stricter blockade measures from next week, one of which includes returning to empty games. The UK, where the epidemic broke out earlier, cancelled plans to return spectators to the stadium a month ago. For the clubs of the five major leagues, it is an indisputable fact that they continue to lose money on match days. Clubs such as Manchester United have made certain adjustments to the auditorium to watch the game during the epidemic. Now these efforts have been in vain. The big teams are still suffering from the losses caused by the epidemic, accounting for more small and medium balls. How the team should survive the long and severe winter is also an issue that needs attention.