The Champions League final will have a Latin touch 0:41 (CNN Spanish) – On May 28, Liverpool CF will face Real Madrid at the Stade de France in the Champions League final. And the winner, in addition to being crowned champion in Europe’s most prestigious club football tournament, will also take home a significant sum of money. How much does the champion of the Champions League earn? In total, the gross revenue from the 2021 UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League and UEFA Europa Conference League and UEFA Super Cup is estimated at €3.5 billion, which is approximately $3.6 million. But how much money goes to the Champions League? According to a UEFA document, the total amount available to participating clubs is 2.732 million euros ($2.8 million), of which 2.032 million euros ($2.1 million) will be distributed to clubs. that compete in the UEFA Champions League and the European Super Cup, where the Champions League and Europa League champions will meet on August 10. However, the total figures are distributed throughout the tournament in the following way: A total of 30 million euros (US$ 31.6 million) was paid to the teams that participate in the qualifiers. The teams that were eliminated received a fixed payment of 5 million euros ($5.2 million). However, the winners of the playoffs do not receive a fixed payment, as they receive it by participating in the group stage. Carlos Sainz prediction for the Champions League final 1:17 During the group stage each team receives 2.8 million euros ($2.9 million) for a win and 930,000 euros ($981,000) for a draw. While clubs that qualify for the knockout rounds can expect to receive the following amounts of money: Round of 16 qualification: €9.6 million (US$10.1 million) per club Quarter-final qualification: 10.6 million euros (US$11.1 million) per club Qualification for the semi-finals: 12.5 million euros (US$13.1 million) per club Qualification for the final: 15.5 million euros (US$16, 3 million) per club The winners of the Champions League receive an additional 4.5 million euros (US$4.7 million), while the two clubs that qualify for the Super Cup can each receive an additional 3.5 million euros (US$4.7 million). $3.6 million). The winner of the Super Cup will receive an additional 1 million euros (US$ 1 million). In total: The winner of the Champions League — assuming he won every game during the group stage like Liverpool — would take home a total of 85 million euros ($89 million). Real Madrid — which was the first team to win a Champions League — has won a total of 13 championships in this competition, crowning itself as the club with the most victories in history. For its part, Liverpool is the English team that has won the most Champions Leagues, with a total of 6 titles. The last time the two teams met was in Kyiv in 2018, when Salah left the pitch in tears after being injured by a tackle from Sergio Ramos. Real Madrid ended up winning 3-1 and lifted their thirteenth European Cup. Issy Ronald contributed to this report.
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