‘Final eight’ of the ‘Champions’ in Lisbon with an economic impact of 50.4 million
IPAM estimates the presence of “16 thousand fans without a ticket and 3,300 visitors in the final”.
A study by the Portuguese Institute of Administration and Marketing (IPAM) estimates the economic impact of the ‘final to eight’ of the football Champions League, which will take place in Lisbon in August, at 50.4 million euros.
According to the economic and media impact study of the ‘final to eight’ event, which will take place, in an unprecedented format, in Lisbon, from 12 to 23 August, almost half (49%) of the impact will “benefit meals” at home and outside the housing.
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