How much money do Europa League 2019-20 winners get
Clubs participating in the Europa League accumulate more money as theyadvanceinthe competition, with the prize money growing the closer they get to the final.
Much like the Champions League, prize money for the Europa Leagueis separated into fixed payments that are dependent on tournament participation, results & finishes as well as variables that are based on the value of the television market.
For the 2019-20 season, Europa League competition winners receive€8,500,000 (£7.5m/$10m). The runners-up earn€4,500,000 (£4m/$5m).
Group stage participation earns teams a base fee of€2,920,000 (£2.5m/$3.5m), while each win in the grouppays€570,000 (£515k/$680k)and a draw €190,000 (£170k/$230k). Each group winner then earns€1,000,000 (£900k/$1.2m), while each runner-up receives€500,000 (£450k/$600k).
Teams who reach the knockout stage of the competition are then awarded additional prize money:€500,000(£450k/$600k) for the round of 32, €1,100,000 (£1m/$1.3m) for the round of 16, €1,500,000 (£1.4m/$1.8m)for the quarter-finals and €2,400,000 (£2.2m/$3m) for the semi-finals.
Source : goal.com
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