However, soccerhub try to estimate how much Kano Pillars could get, from only match day tickets, if things are done the right way.
In 2019, Ashanti Kotoko earn $110,000 (N45m, current Nigerian exchange rate) from tickets sales in 2019, 40,000 capacity stadium filled up for CAF Champions League game against Kano Pillars, as reported by Guardian Sports
And the reason why the number is high, was Kano Pillars involvement, this is way more than what the biggest club in the country earn.
If this number can high because of Kano Pillars involvement in Ghana, this shows that the club itself is missing out on huge opportunities.
Kano Pillars home games are always filled up to the fullest capacity, but this never reflects in the standard of the club.
Thousands of die-hard fans always turn up for every pillars games.
We assume the average turn out to every Kano Pillars home games is around 10,000 fans.
The number could be higher, but we try not to exaggerate.
And gate fee is around N500 per fan, pillars should be earning around five millions per home games.
Which means they should be earning around ninety-five million per season,
The number could be higher, but we try not to exaggerate and give false expectations.
If Asante Kotoko, could earn around 45 million naira, in just one match, due to Pillars involvement in 2019, Kano Pillars should make more.
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