Lets do the maths for Championship clubs
13 Home fixtures averaging a gate of 3,500 = 45,500 spectators through the gate each season.
50% as full paying adults @ £15 per head = £341,250.00
50% as Concessions @ £5 per head = £113,750.00
Total home gate revenue of £455,000.00
TV Money £732,562.50 + £455,000.00 = £1,187,562.50
You can then take in to account merchandise, commercial opportunities, match day hospitality revenue, sponsorship etc etc, giving you a stable foundation to build a solid club if managed appropriately on and off the field in preparation to compete at a higher level should the opportunity present itself.
Sorry you were insulted by the poster above.
As you invited discussion could you note that the 2 bottom SL clubs and the 10 championship clubs below them averaged just over 2,000 fans last season.
Your gate money is optimistic.
I don't understand your SKY money because AFAIK Sky will only pay £180K to championship clubs in the proposed set up. If you revise your figures to these realities then SKY & gate money for Championship clubs = £440K
Of course add other revenues but the clubs turnovers are likely to be under £1,000,000 a year which they are now.
Superleague clubs turnovers are in the range of £3,200,000 to £6,500,000.
In reality the gulf is massive