Football clubs and insurers set for 2025 courtroom clash


A legal dispute between several Premier League football clubs and their insurers over Covid-19-related business interruption payouts is set to go to trial in 2025, according to a court order.

The case against Allianz, Aviva, CNA, Liberty Mutual, MS Amlin and Zurich was initially filed in May 2022.

The claimants are some 20 companies associated with eight football clubs, namely Arsenal

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