Either Alabama or Clemson will suffer a defeat in Monday’s national championship game, but another football team that won’t even take the field will also walk away as a big loser.

The San Francisco 49ers are expected to lose between $8 million and $12 million for the game in Santa Clara, California, according to a report from Forbes.

Though Levi’s Stadium is owned by the Santa Clara Stadium Authority, the 49ers operate the venue and are responsible for the $25 million required to stage the game and other related events. Compared with the expected revenue of $15 million from the contest, that means the 49ers will shell out a boatload of money to host two teams from across the country.

The financial loss coincides with plummeting ticket prices for the game, which is set to kick off at 8 p.m. ET.

Forbes notes that the 49ers generated more than $1 billion in revenue thanks to Levi’s Stadium, but the franchise’s front office can’t be too pleased with losing so much money on a game that doesn’t even involve the team.